Port Huron Brewing Company, Wisconsin Dells, WI

It seems like new microbreweries are popping up everywhere and anywhere. At least this is the case where I live in Austin. What you find is a bunch of them all crowded together in a warehouse district. They hone their craft in those old converted warehouses.

Port Huron Brewing Company is also doing this in what appears to be a warehouse looking building. Instead of being tucked in a crowded warehouse district, they are a bit on the edge of the country. This place got on my radar because my buddy wanted to visit it during his bachelor party. We all took a Lyft from Downtown Wisconsin Dells to this brewery.

While the outside is a steel pole shed, the inside feels like a rustic cabin. It also has the feel of a man cave with the growler collection and the perfectly varnished bar.

In full view from the bar is the brewing operation.

Now I can tell I’m in Wisconsin just by looking at the prices. You would be lucky to get a pint of Bud Light at many bars in Austin for the prices they charge for their craft beer.

They even have pretzel rods at the bar for your beer munchies.

If you’re not up for a pint, they have smaller glasses also.

The beer was good. My first beer was a Honey Blonde. It went down smoothly. The second beer I had was a Hefeweizen. I liked this one a lot more than my first. I do have a thing for wheat beers and this one hit the spot. My final beer was a small glass of Million Dollar Smoked Maibock. This had a nice smoky flavor to it and way more of a kick.

My buddy made a good choice when wanting to come to this brewery. The location itself is off the beaten path of the normal tourist areas of Wisconsin Dells. In many ways it’s nice to get away from that and have a good beer! The service was also really good and it was enjoyable hanging out there.

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