They have some good finds here. Being a MN guy obese excited to find some Madison River and Red Lodge six packs. They had some Cambridge brewing bombers along with some twisted pine andsome solid imports. The owner and his wife are awesome. Got to watch Red Dawn (the Swayze version) at the bar while having a pint of Lone Peak XPA. Pretty good selection of local and regional taps. Glassware was clean. Great stop in Mandan
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 15/20
I drove right by the first time, until I realized what I was looking for. Not well marked, but if you think ‘old McDonalds building’ you’ll spot it quick. A smallish liquor store is part of the building, along with a bar (indoor and outdoor seating). It was quiet when I stopped in, so I got very prompt and attentive service. If I hadtime I would have stayed for a pint and chatted with the man behind the counter as he seemed like a beer guy. Next time for sure. Mix your own sixer options, good six-pack selection, and a cooler of bombers. Fair prices in my opinion. I was surprised to see 3F Golden Blend, Struise Pannepot, Haandbryggeriet Coffee Porter, and a couple Mikkellers. Some different bombers than found in Bismarck. Cool place, I hope to see it prosper.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Located on the main drag in a former McDonalds building, this place is half liquor store, half bar. The bar has over 20 taps of mostly local and regional craft inclauding 4 taps of Buffalo Commons The owner was there when I checked out and he said they were also going to start brewing making this the only drive thru liquor store/bar/brewpub. The liquor store section has more beer available than anything. The craft six packs and the pick six are in the coolers. They have a solid selection and the ocassional goody. I picked up a Mikkeller 19. My visit to Bismarck had me a little dispirited but this a solid place with an exiting future.