I met Bill (the owner) at a Port City beer tasting last year at J. Gilberts in Reston, and enjoyed some of his brews. He was also very down to earth and extremely informed regarding his beer process and vision for Port City.
A friend got me a gift card last Christmas and I never made it up there, so last weekend I finally had an opportunity and made the trek from Prince William. We did a flight for $9, which got us 7 small beers (<4 oz or so). We also ended up buying a growler of my favorite beer they make, the Revival Oyster Stout. I asked why they don't bottle it but the bartender said it was super expensive to make since they buy fresh local oysters, but its one of Bill's favorites as well. They'd probably have to selll 6 packs for $15+ which would be tough with all the other choices for beer consumers.
The brewery is small, and I wish I had taken a tour, which they do hourly on weekends. But we stood around a table, watched the 1 TV which had the NFL playoff game, and enjoyed some good suds. No food options, although a grilled cheese food truck rolled up around dinner time.
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