Microbreweries Are On Tap


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Nightclubs / Dance Halls , Breweries
Missouri is Full of Hops
Author: H&L Partners
We know Missouri is known for its wines, but let us show you why our exceptional microbrews must be enjoyed as well. From German-style lagers to age-old stouts to summer wheat beers, you can find the perfect brew for you. Not only do we brew great beers, we serve those beers with a large assortment of food.

Located beside the Katy Trail in Augusta, the Augusta Brew Haus & Bier Garden combines our German heritage and a fondness for beer. Pick one of their hand-crafted beers with a burger, a brat, some barbecue and other pub-fare. Besides beer, they serve wines from local wineries. Facebook reviewer Cyndy M. says: “One of my favorite spots on the Katy – great beer, good food and a wonderful outdoor area to enjoy the view.”

Take a tour of Mother’s Brewing Company and discover how craft beers are made at this Springfield favorite. Mother’s was voted Best Local Craft Beer by 417 Magazine. Stop by their tasting room for a sample and a pint. If the weather’s nice, relax in their Backyard and join a game of bocce.

Uniqueness is always on the menu at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood, a trendy neighborhood in St. Louis. This brewhouse utilizes the finest ingredients for their craft beers and the food. Every weekend, Schlafly offers free tours of the brewery; afterwards, enjoy a pulled pork sandwich, topped with Chipotle Pale Ale Barbecue Sauce. If you’re craving sweets, try a piece of Imperial Stout Pecan Pie, made with northern Missouri pecans. In downtown St. Louis, less than two miles from the Gateway Arch, visit the Schlafly Tap Room, situated in a restored circa 1904 warehouse. The Tap Room has 15 beers on tap (selected from more than 40 they brew throughout the year). So stop in often, because the “taps” change often. Both locations serve a full menu of specialty foods and schedule live music and special events year-round.

Travel to one of Lonely Planet’s "Top 10 Destinations for 2014" – Kansas City. KC appears on the list for its marvelous food and its inviting atmosphere. In the entire world, only Rome, Italy, has more fountains than Kansas City. At The World War I Museum and Memorial, special exhibits highlight the 100-year anniversary of the start of WWI. After you visit the museum, drive to North Kansas City, where Cinder Block Brewery (thought we got off subject, didn't you) creates flavorful, bold and unique artisan beers. Featured in Pitch Weekly, Cinder Block offers five bottled beers year-round, plus seasonal selections. Not sure which beer will satisfy your palate? Pick a flight and sample several, including: Pavers Porter, Block IPA and Prime Pale Ale. Just outside, on Friday and Saturday nights, the “Back Rack Grill” food truck serves yummy offerings
to complement the beer. The menu includes, among other good stuff: brisket nachos, smoked salmon subs and pulled pork. At Cinder Block, you are welcome to bring your own food (check with the brewery for restrictions).

Bias Winery & Gruhlke’s Microbrewery in Berger was one of the first locations in Missouri to combined a winery and a microbrewery. Seven handcrafted brews cover the beer spectrum from light to very hoppy. Legend has it this establishment is named for a gnome who buried his treasure and agreed to share his secret beer formulas in exchange for naming the microbrewery after him.

Celebrating local farmers and local food; that's the philosophy at Broadway Brewery. At this Columbia brewpub, the rotating seasonal menu includes eclectic pub fare – a bison grinder and a beast master pizza for example – to pair with a Moon Dog Brown Ale and a Jam Session IPA. With 10 brews on tap, you are bound to find the perfect one, or two or 10.

Located in a revamped tin mill
more than 100 years old, Tin Mill Brewing Company claims to be the only true lager microbrewery in the state of Missouri, and one of the few German-style microbreweries in the country. Feel like you’ve traveled to Germany at this Hermann pub when you order-up a tankard of beer, brewed in accordance to the German Purity Law of 1516.

“Good Beer – Good Cheer – Always on Tap Here” is the motto at the Public House Brewing Company in Rolla. Several of their brews captured medals at the 2014 Best of Craft Beer Competition in Bend, Oregon. Along with their five regular beers, they brew a rotating list of seasonal choices; plus they bring in “guest beers” from other microbreweries.


  Augusta Brew Haus & Bier Garden
The Bier Garden is located right beside the Katy Trail. With Augusta's strong German heritage, there ...

  Mother's Brewing Company
Stop by our tasting room for a sample and a pint of our hand-crafted brews. We have beers that are available ...

  Schlafly Bottleworks
Schlafly Bottleworks is a unique restaurant, featuring fresh meats and produce procured from local farmers ...

  Schlafly Tap Room
The Schlafly Tap Room opened in 1991. It is housed in a beautifully restored circa 1904 building. The ...

  National World War I Museum and Memorial
This is the only American museum dedicated solely to preserving the objects, history and personal experiences ...

  Cinder Block Brewery
Cinder Block Brewery is a craft brewery dedicated to creating flavorful, bold and unique artisan beers. ...

  Bias Winery and Gruhlke's Microbrewery
Our wines and beers are made on the estate, perched atop the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River bottoms. ...

  Broadway Brewery
Our house brewed ales are crafted from malted barley and fresh hops to ensure optimum quality. The Broadway ...

  Tin Mill Brewing Company
We are located downtown, in a revamped tin mill that is more than 100 years old. We believe Tin Mill ...

  Public House Brewing Company - Rolla
Public House Brewing Company is a microbrewery and pub in a warm, inviting, smoke-free atmosphere. We ...