Daniel Gerzina | Eater Chicago | September 12, 2018

Marcus Sullivan of SVN Chicago Commercial’s Restaurant Resource Group represented the buyer in the transaction.

The owners of Chicago’s most popular pour-your-own-beer bar, Tapster in Wicker Park, are almost ready to unveil their new Lincoln Park location. It’ll open in the former Wrightwood Tapspace at 1059 W. Wrightwood Avenue to the general public on September 18. The new spot will have 40 taps using the PourMyBeer system, 70 seats and 175-person total capacity, be open seven days a week and won’t serve food. Tapster Wicker Park was the first of its kind in the city, although the first Chicagoland self-serve bar opened in the suburbs and another is now open in Logan Square.