Patterson Pony Keg

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100 Patterson Avenue
Dayton, Ohio, 45419
United States

(937) 298-8082 | map

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Reviews by rogueleonardi:
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2.41/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2 | service: 3.5 | selection: 2

I hate reading outdated reviews about a store having a nice selection then I get there and it's nothing like what the review says.

They had fewer types of craft beer than macros. They had a old rickity wood shelf with a rogue dead guy ale that looked like it had been their since 03'. The store has almost no light, it looks run down, and smells of mold. The lady behind the counter was very nice but had no idea what Great Lakes is. I didn't buy anything because the dead guy was $8. it's usually $4.99. Don't waste your time going here, unless you like macro brews.

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3.7/5  rDev 0%

Well this was a surprise! From years ago I remembered this as being strictly a macro drive-thru. It still has that side, but if you go inside you're going to be seriously impressed with the selection of craft and imported beers. The variety of Samuel Smith brews was very impressive, one of the biggest I remember seeing. Still no Harpoon in here, but lots of equally impressive micros from Stone's, Rogue, and so forth. The young man waiting on me was knowledgeable and helpful. A good surprise indeed.

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Patterson Pony Keg in Dayton, OH
3.06 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
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