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It’s been fairly the 12 months. Roughly a 12 months in the past, breweries throughout the nation have been closing their beer gardens, their patios and, in all too many circumstances, their doors altogether.
Within the Kansas Metropolis space, issues now are beginning to flip round. Patios that have been as soon as vacant are echoing once more with the sound of laughter and clinking beer glasses.
Breweries like BKS Artisan Ales — 633 E. 63rd St., Suite 120, Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — have reopened their beer halls. Even higher, new breweries are opening. Tall Trellis Brew Co., a restaurant/brewery/taproom, is opening in Olathe, Kansas.
Although there’s mild on the finish of the tunnel, the COVID-19 pandemic additionally has highlighted the necessity for psychological well being help, and one brewery within the metro is working in direction of this purpose.
Limitless Brewing — 9765 Widmer Highway, Lenexa, Kansas — not too long ago launched a really particular beer. Issues We Don’t Say is a New England IPA clocking in at 6% ABV. This beer, obtainable in 4 16-ounce cans for a restricted time, was brewed in collaboration with Hope for the Day, a company devoted to de-stigmatizing psychological well being points and offering sources for suicide prevention.
The general goal of this collaboration, which concerned breweries like Eagle Park Brewing and Malteurop Malting Co., is to encourage individuals to talk up and break the silence about psychological well being.
Alma Mader Brewing — 2635 Southwest Blvd., Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — launched a number of beers this week, every obtainable on the market on-line. Ranges, a New England-style IPA clocking in at 7% ABV, is brewed with Citra and HBC 586 hops. Gentle Commodity is a juicy pale ale clocking in at 5.6% ABV, brewed with Citra, Strata and Azacca hops.
Strange Days Brewing — 316 Oak St., Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — simply dropped Astra Aspera, an American blonde ale (5.3% ABV) brewed with a German pilsner malt, and Strata hops. It’s out of this world!
Pathlight Brewing — 11200 W. seventy fifth St., Shawnee, Kansas — launched a bitter fruited IPA. Princess Tanney is a heavy hitting IPA brewed with blackberries, Mosaic hops, and a bitter yeast pressure. This tart troubadour clocks in at 6.7% ABV.
Cinder Block Brewery — 110 E. 18th Ave., North Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — launched New Development. This single hop IPA boasts of grapefruit, guava, white grape and clocks in at a extremely crushable 6.3% ABV.
Casual Animal Brewing Co. — 1725 McGee St., Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — launched Photo voltaic Tiger, an unfiltered golden ale (5.8% ABV) with a malty end.
Squad Targets (5.3% ABV, 15 IBU) is a strawberry blonde ale brewed by Lost Evenings Brewing Co. — 8625 Hauser Court docket, Lenexa, Kansas.
Wednesday, Could 26
Thursday, Could 27
Friday, Could 28
Erin Eades is a singer songwriter based mostly out of Kansas Metropolis, and this Friday she will be performing reside from 6 – 9 p.m. at Lost Evenings Brewing Co. — 8625 Hauser Court docket, Lenexa, Kansas.
Apex Aleworks — 4356 S. Noland Highway, Independence, Missouri — is internet hosting one other Comedy Night hosted by Jeff Krakenberg this Friday from 7 – 9 p.m. Get there by 6 p.m. for $2 off craft beer flights, and keep for the laughs.
Saturday, Could 29
Buddha Stomach Chef might be posted up at Cinder Block Brewery — 110 E. 18th Ave., North Kansas Metropolis, Missouri — this Saturday from midday – 3 p.m. Buddha Stomach Chef focuses on smoked bulgogi wings, home smoked Thai basil wings, smoked brisket and smash burgers.