Indian Springs Brewing Co. Beer

Indian Springs Brewing Co. offers 10 taps.

Early this month, brewer Todd Ebbinghaus and his wife, Tammy, will celebrate the one-year anniversary of their brewery, Indian Springs Brewing Co. Located in downtown Neosho, Missouri, the taproom building dates back to the 1890s.

The brewery name honors local history, too: It’s named for the once-thriving settlement of nearby Indian Springs, a medical resort town of the same era whose healing waters were said to rival Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

These days, the town of Indian Springs is long gone, but patrons can still find good medicine from the brewery’s 10 taps. This fall, try the South Brown & Down, a chocolatey English malt ale with a toffee-nut finish. 

Indian Springs Brewing Co., 109 E. Main St., Neosho, Missouri, 417.454.9498, indianspringsbrewing.com

Subscribe to Breaking News

* I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy.

When Rose Hansen isn’t out chasing stories, she lives like a pioneer woman (of sorts) on a cattle farm in McDonald County, where she also practices a love/hate relationship with gardening.

More Southern Missouri Beer, Wine and Cocktails articles.