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Guaranteed to become your favorite stop on the tour, the popular and intimate Tasting Room is available for smaller gatherings. The experience includes a complete selection of Kansas City’s hometown beers, served fresh and cold in a pub-like atmosphere brimming with brewing tradition.
Hops, hops, and more hops are what make an I.P.A. an I.P.A. Complex aroma balanced with smooth, rich malt. Made with Pale 2-row, Vienna, Carapils, Biscuit and Crystal malts. Hops are Horizon, Chinook, Cascade, Centennial, German Hallertaur and English Fuggle and East Kent Goldings. Winner of the Bronze Medal in English-style India Pale Ale Category at the 2002 and 2004 Great American Beer Festival. 6.9% ABV 70 IBU
Medium-bodied English-style brown ale with a slightly nutty and sweet flavor. Made with Pale 2-Row malt and imported Crystal, Biscuit, Munich and Chocolate malts. Hops are English Northdown and Fuggle; fermented with our house ale yeast. Voted Best beer in Kansas City by the readers of the Pitch Weekly. 5.8% ABV 15 IBU
After primary fermentation, 150 pounds of real raspberries are added to this wheat beer causing a secondary fermentation and distinct rasberry flavor, color and aroma. Voted Best beer in Kansas City by the readers of the Pitch Weekly. 4.5% ABV 10 IBU4.8% ABV 12 IBU
a crisp and refreshing, light-bodied lager beer. McCoy's traditional euro-domestic style beer. Lightly hopped with German Hallertaur, Spalt, and Czech Saaz; fermented with Swedish lager yeast for an oh so clean finish. 4.8% ABV 12 IBU
A dry Irish-style stout, Muddy Mo’ is full-bodied with a wonderful aroma. The chocolate malt topped with Cluster hops combines remarkable creaminess, smooth drinkability and the hearty, robust flavor of a classic Irish stout. Often called the best stout this side of Dublin, the Muddy Mo’ Stout pairs well with our Brownie Sundae.
Unmistakably malty, Possum Trot draws its inspiration from the classic brown ales of England. This unique style, given Kansas City’s original nickname, combines a variety of barley to produce a toasty, nutty malt flavor with a slight hop bitterness in the finish for balance.
A medium-bodied ale that has been hopped more to the extreme. This beer has a copper hue and a noticeable floral aroma. Our I.P.A. is brewed in the tradition of 18th century English-style pale ales. Traditionally, these ales were brewed with extra hops, (a natural preservative) to allow the beer to endure its long journey from England to India, around the Cape of Good Hope.