Kansas City’s craft brewery scene is booming. With many spots to choose from, check out these breweries on your next visit to Kansas City.
Located in the Crossroads arts section of the city, Border Brewing Company is an intimate taproom with a variety of brews for novice beer drinkers and craft aficionados. Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Opened in 1989, Boulevard is one of the biggest craft brewers in the Midwest. The large brewery offers multiple year-round beers, plus seasonal options and limited releases. Take a 45-minute tour of the brewery. Tours are available daily for a $5 fee and free on Wednesday.
If you’re looking for a brewery with a great food selection, check out Brewery Emperial. More than just a brewery, the space features a restaurant and beer garden, weather permitting. You’ll find several rotating beers and a large, unique food menu. Open daily.
The newest brewery on this list, Casual Animal opened in 2018. The microbrewery offers small batches of all-natural beers. Closed Monday.
Stockyards Brewing is located on the ground floor of the historic Live Stock Exchange building. Choose from year-round and seasonal beers, a selection of cocktails and small snacks. Closed Monday.
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