How It Works

We know you like good beer – trust us, we do too. But breweries don't always bottle or can your favorite beers. That's where we come in. We've tracked down your favorite brews and brought them straight from the brew floor to your neighrborhood. Here's how getting Really Good Beer works:

Step 1

Pick your Really Good Beer & the growler size.

Step 2

We'll fill it up perfectly and seal it for you.

Step 3

You take it home, on a picnic, to the moon – where ever!

 

Available Sizes

64oz glass Growlers

About a 6-pack worth

32oz Glass Growlers

Couple Tall Boys worth

32oz Crowlers®

What's a Crowler®?

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Various cans & Bottles

All your favorites

 

Proper Growler Care

Your growler is a sacred vessel, and your key to awesomeness. You're responsible for growler care to ensure that your craft beer experience is enjoyable on each visit. The good news is that it's only four easy step – no more, no less.

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1. CLEAN QUICK OR STORE COLD

The best time to clean a growler is right after you finish the beer. Since that's not always the case, store in a chill cooler or fridge to stunt bacterial growth.

2. Triple rinse with hot water

Don't make the mistake of using soap! Hot tap water, swirled and shaken vigorously three times should take care of pretty much anything that might be in the growler.

3. Dry upside down

Allow your growler to completely dry on a rack if possible. No rack? No sweat—if you don't have one just dry uncapped in a dry place.

4. Leave uncapped

Make sure to leave your growler uncapped after it's been cleaned. Capping can cause stale air which is an open invitation for bacteria.

 

Common Confusions

  1. Are you a bar?
    A bar is not how we choose to describe ourselves.  You are however able to stop in and have a pint or flight while shopping for your favorite beer to take home.  Since you can enjoy a beer on site, you can call us a bar if you prefer.
  2. Do you sell food?
    We do not sell any food. You are welcome to bring food in with you to enjoy with the beer of your choice.  
  3. Is there a deposit on the growlers?
    The first time you purchase a growler, you pay for the glass container. Each time you come back just bring in your cleaned growler and all you pay for is the beer fill. It's a one-time purchase in other words. If you lose or break your growler (for shame!) you'll have to buy a new one – so treat your growler with care.
  4. What the heck is a Crowler®?
    A Crowler is what happens when you cross a growler and a can. Developed by the team at Oskar Blues, a 32oz Crowler is the perfect way to store your favorite draft beers for longer than a couple weeks.
  5. How long does the beer last in a growler?
    Typically, with a clean growler, beer that's stored properly can last up to 7 days. Crowler fills do can last up to a month with proper storage.
  6. Do you have tastings or classes?
    Follow us on social to learn about all of our in store events or check out our event calendar using the link on the left navigation pane.