Wow nice fancy sandwich place. Sat at the bar for lunch, has a large display of maybe 100 plus beers. Nice lounging area with a modern look. The menu is split up by beer styles and a nice cool thing at the end of the discription it has the ratebeer pecentage acoording to the style. A few beers that stood out here were, full line of FFF, GI bourboun country, Founders Kentucky stout, Allagash Iterlude and Lost coast products. It’s a bit pricy but the food is excellent, pretzel rolls, creat your own sandwich, 2 nice sides! I noticed it had an outdoor patio, but it was too cold today. The location is prime and the service was great. nice to check out.
I live right near this place and it’s a regular stop for me when I need a good sandwich and a nice brew. They have an enormous selection of delicious sandwiches with awesome ingridients like blackened chicken, avocadoes, chipotle chutney, and all manners of deliciousness. atmosphere is a little hoyty toyty, but the impressive beer list makes up for it. Offerings from Jolly Pumpklin, Lagunitas, FFF, DFH, germans, belgians and more are all divided on the menue by beer style. They also have the Kalamazoo Amber! Prices can be steap on the bombers, though drafts and singles are fairly priced for the area. A must try on your visit to the city, near map room and piece as well.
Great North American craft beer selection in an interesting old/new building. They have about 10 taps with Old Rasputin. Oomagang, New Holland, Lakefront, Goose Isalnd, but it’s in there bottle selection that things get interesting. They have a large amount of Lagunitas, Victory, Great Lakes Brewing, Breckenridge, Two Brothers, Three Floyds, Lost Coast, Anderson Valley, Bar Harbor, Jolly Pumpkin among some other hard to find unique beers. They have a handful of 22 ozers that are a treat for beer lovers with a few $$. They Beer menu is larger than the food menu with each style being a catagory. The food is great, huge selection made to order sandwiches, 100 named, but you can make a crazy combination if you want. The interior has a nice wood bar at the end of a long room, high ceilings with interesting wooded arches that look like they are very old. There is a fire place that will be nice this winter to sit next to and sip a Rogue Hazelnut Stout.They also have a nice outdoor patio. The staff is friendly, some are really knowledgable about beer. It’s a casual laid back vibe, that makes it seems older than a few weeks. It’s a nice stop on a beer bar tour including the Map Room (about a mile north near Damen/Armitage), Small Bar (just down the street on Division) and Jerry’s. Cheers!