Convenient location near the airport. I was lucky enough to visit shortly after MKE Beer Week and they still had ’10 and ’13 BCS along with ’13 Barley Wine. Flights of the 3 were only $12 and the pours were 6-7 ounces. Seemed like they had other solid stuff on tap, but I didn’t care with all the Bourbon County deliciousness on tap. Service was great and food was pretty good.
KPD (244) Michigan | January 4, 2013| Updated January 7, 2013
Stopped in Friday pm at happy hour pricing. Not many folks in the place yet. Beautiful place, in the national historic register. Really nice interior and exterior. Good tap list with US micros and some internationals. Must stop for beer drinkers IMO.
Only been once during MKE beer week for KBS draft release. I enjoyed my brief visit there and tap list at the time was epic. I’m not sure about the regular tap list. The bartender was super friendly. I will be back next time I’m in the area.
25 tap lines and a food menu are enough to make me frequent this close to home place often. The beer list has something for everyone and they use the 25 tap lines well. Old wooden décor, a bier garten and TVs around the bar to check out the game give this place a livelier feel than most beer bars in the area. The service has always been good and the food while not out of this world is decent enough to make this a nice place to get dinner and good beers at a reasonable price.
It has reopened, and sounds similar to before; large number of taps with some elite stuff mixed in, including DFH which is not supposed to be in WI any longer?? Interesting very old building with personality. Didn’t try the food, so no comment there. 5 minute turn around to pick someone up from arrivals at the airport. I’ll go back.
The rumor is true The Landmark 1850 Inn will be opening again September 18th @ 11:00 am for the packer game. During the game $1.00 off any tap beer, touchdown shots, and .35 cent wings. Kitchen serving homemade pizzas, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and appetizers. Happy Hour Monday - Thursday 3-6 pm, $1.00 off any tap beer, rail cocktails, and appetizers. Second Shift Happy Hour Sunday - Thursday, $1.00 off any tap beer and rail cocktails. The Landmark has 27 rotating tap lines. Here is just a few of the tap beers: Southern Tier Pumking, Three Floyds Artic Panzer Wolf and Robert The Bruce, Dogfish 90 Minute IPA and Poppa Skull, Bocker Cuvee Des Jacobins, Spaten Optimator, Chouffe Houblon Dobblen IPA Tripel, Delirium Tremens, Wurzburger Oktoberfest, Founders Breakfast Stout, and many more. Stop in and see for yourself!
Great selection of tap beers and decent enough food. Bar staff was always friendly and talkative even when busy. I heard originally that they were renovating the old building, now I hear that they will not be moving back. I hope it’s not true because I would miss the old building.
I’ve been here a few times, and usually shortly after opening, so I cannot comment on the rush. This rating reflects the pre-renovation condition, as that was my last trip. The bar has a very convenient airport/Amtrak location, which works well for unexpected travel delays (or can cause them). The interior was dark and slightly smoky, with the impressive array of taps providing most of the aesthetic appeal. I’ve never had anything but friendly, attentive, and informative service. The beer selection is very good, usually with more than one how the hell did he get that kinda taps. The place was a little smoky, but it’s a bar. Great stuff!