Visited on 27th May 2015. Joined at the hip to the main Pizza Port outlet by a back yard bar area. Nice concept and use of minimal space. Small but crammed bottle/canned beer shop with pumps out back and a gate to the food/Pizza Port Pub. Stock different on-tap beers to the main bar: so a beer festival every evening if you wish to combine the two places.
Bottle shop right next to the bar, to much to the shop in terms of deco and etc. but selection of beers make up for it, as well as the proximity to their bar. Worth popping into if visiting pizza port. Great selection of bottles and cans lots of american and european beers all refrigerated.
Not a massive range by SD standards but very well picked and from what I can tell very well priced. Courtyard now in use behind the shop where they allow bottles to be consumed (as well as some tap beers). When combined with the bar one of the world’s most complete venues.
Great bottle shop connected to one of my favorite breweries on earth. You can find a lot of rare beers from California but also a great international beer selection. We were drinking a Schlenkerla in the shop.
I decided to walk over here while we were waiting for our pizza next door. Atmosphere was decent, one or two people milling around looking at bottles but other than that it is a typical bottle shop. Quality was pretty good. I didn’t see any out of date bottles and they had some nice glasses but the space seemed a little rough around the edges. Service was good, typical "do you need any help," but I was just browsing. Selection was solid, lots of different beers from all over the world with plenty of local options represented as well. I did see a few bottles I would be interested in but the prices were a bit high for my tastes so I passed on them. Overall a nice bottle shop, definitely worth the stop if you are going to Pizza Port but I wouldn’t go out of my way to stop in.