The food truck operating out of Diametric Brewing Co. offers classic barbecue, tacos, smoked wings and more.
The menu offers plenty of smash burgers, a Nashville chicken sandwich and plenty more.
Specialties include an old English brown ale and a vanilla cream ale.
Set to open next year, the new location will give the company more room to brew your favorite beers and more.
Slated to open this fall, the brewery hopes to become a community hub where family, friends and neighbors can share a beer and a laugh.
The brewery usually offers the largest Oktoberfest celebration in Kansas City.
The event will happen across four separate dates.
You can get a sampling of 24 Schlafly brews for $85 to enjoy at home.
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Look for sandwiches, wings and rice bowls.
The new brewery brings dino-themed drinks, locally made wine and a glowing lava bar to the Plaza Shopping Center.
The restaurant and bar is operating at 25 percent capacity.
Until now, the beers were only available at the brewery.
The Maplewood brewery moved up from ninth place last year.
Expect to see more tap handles, plus pub fare including barbecue and pizza.
The taproom will expand from its current 50 seats to about 120 seats.
The brewery invites homebrewers to brew their own recipes and serve them on tap.
Nick Mader opens his own 10-barrel brewhouse and taproom in the town where his brewing career began.
We caught up with the head brewer of Rockwell to discuss all things beer.