Portersville, also known as Porter’s Mills, was a logging boom town located on the Chippewa River in the late 1800s. The sawmill was owned by Northwestern Lumber Company, and at its peak it employed 500 workers. When the pine timber upriver ran out, the company moved its offices to Stanley, Wisconsin. The population eventually moved on, and the town ceased to be.  

Portersville lives on in this balanced, smooth and creamy porter that you will love.

Timeless. Sophisticated. A taste that is unforgettable.

IBU 25 
Malt Pale, Crystal 77, Chocolate
Hops Cascade, Cluster