If you prefer your 4 Pines brews in supersized bottles, you're in luck. All the standard beers can be taken home in growler form, plus whatever is on the Keller Door tap, and the cider too. It'll cost you $15 outright for the bottle, $20 to fill it and then $20 for subsequent fills when you return it.
Some things in bulk are disgusting, like margarine or any kind of dairy product. But beer in big serves is a thing a beauty, which is why the 1.89L growler makes for the perfect vessel. It's enough fresh ale to share around a group of friends, or to keep one very thirsty person out of trouble for a couple of days. And you also feel a bit like an old-timey pirate lugging a hug glass bottle of beer around, which only adds to the appeal.