This place is best described as a shack just off of US 20 near Chesteron. What they lack in roadside appeal they make up for in excellent beer selection. Their strength is local and regional breweries with good stocks of FFF, Greenbush, 18th St, and others including some hard-to-find bottles. They also have a decent selection of US brews from outside the Midwest. They are a little weak on foeign beer with Belgian being their best non-US offerings, and I was actually a little dissapointed in the absence of much German beer. The real standout aspect of this place though is the fact that they let you assemble your own 6er from any beer in the store.
This use to be a great place to go. There is this B I G fat kid working there, about 16 years old and weighing 4,000 lbs. anyway, he is rude and talks dirty to young girls-asking "what color panties they have on"? Sick. The prices are outrageous-but everything is going up and the service and quality are droping like flies. Take care. N
A small, unassuming store that, from the outside, could be easily mistaken for just another roadside beer shop selling nothing to the left of Bud Light. Once inside, however, youíll discover the best selection of domestic craft beers in the Chesterton/ Porter/ Portage area, and at very reasonable prices. Be sure to check out the rack of singles selling for a buck apiece.
Very small unsuspecting store, Pulled in here and turned out it was an interesting place. They manage to fit a lot of beer in a small space. They had offerings of FFF, H of D, the bruery and other interesting brews, Enjoyable stop, worth a look if your going by, friendly staff as well.
Cool place. Ski lodge-ish. Employees are good people with good beer knowledge. OK selection. Good rares but a little lacking in everyday locals. Would prefer to see more from the region and less from Colorado/Maine. Prices a bit high, but pretty much on par for the region.