Cute place. Has definite popularity on a Saturday evening. Big door opens to provide spillage to the outside. Not a lot of seating. Not a huge bar. But the beers are often new and perhaps a bit unusual. Fairly funky - a very slimmed down version of the Lost Abbey warehouse location. Worth a visit once in awhile - likely always to find a new and interesting beer. There’s a mug club - otherwise the beer is in a plastic pint container. Had a chance to talk to a brewer taking a break with a beer. Bartender was communicative.
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 11/20
I am adding this as a new place, because this entity is a different one than the restaurant. The owner of Sudwerk Brewery does not own the restaurant. THe brewery sells the beer to the restaurant, and the restaurant just has the Sudwerk name associated with it. The dock store is going to provide growler fills and pints of Sudwerk beers that are not necessarily available at the restaurant. $15 to buy the growler glassware, and then $10 refills. Pretty sweet deal. This will be a nice place to chill outside in the summer while not having to deal with the creeper regulars and shitty service that the restaurant provides.