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14th Annual Parkville Microbrew Fest

Saturday, April 29, 2017
From 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at English Landing Park
Admission starts at 11:00am, Gates open at 1:00pm

Special Tapping at 3:30pm: 2nd Shift's Grace Brett Beer Batch 4 at Booth 26 {Apr 29 @ 3:15 pm} Special Tapping at 3:30pm: Kaw Point Meadery's Southern Peach at Booth 83 {Apr 29 @ 3:15 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Brickway's Epic Blackout Stout at Booth 40 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Cinder Block's Lusus Naturae at Booth 39 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Heavy Riff's Foeder Beer at Booth 58 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Infusion's Chocolate Pistachio Porter at Booth 59 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Celtis Meadery's Barrel-Aged Brett Bochet at Booth 77 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 3pm: Blue Blood's MalBrett at Booth 43 {Apr 29 @ 2:45 pm} Special Tapping at 2pm: Rock & Run's Funky Funky Farmhouse at Booth 64 {Apr 29 @ 1:45 pm} Special Tapping at 2pm: Torn Label's Magic Magic at Booth 23 {Apr 29 @ 1:45 pm}

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Belgian Dubbel

An “indulgence” to the senses, this ale, originating from Belgian monastic abbies during the middle ages, slants heavily sweet from the use of candy sugar characteristic of the style. Moderate carbonation and mouthfeel make this ale very easy drinking for its strength. A couple pints of this may make you also exclaim, “alleluia!”

Belgian Hard Apple Cider

Mixed Apples; Whiskey Oak Barrel

Believe In the Process

Dank with Tropical and stone fruit aromas.

Bitter Professor IPA

Hopped with Amarillo, Cascade, and Simcoe hops. Subtle grapefruit and tangerine flavors.

Black IPA

Like the sturdy automobiles that rolled off Henry Ford’s assembly line in the early 20th century, you can have any color of IPA from us as long as it’s black! The dark malt in this beer is more than just show, however. It’s rich body blends nicely with enjoyable hop character that makes for …

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Black Walnut Wheat

Buckets, burlap bags and pickup truck beds are filled with black walnuts each fall in the Ozarks. The rich and lively flavor of the wild, hand-harvested black walnut is a renowned flavor of the region. We’re proud to continue celebrating local flavor and tradition with our handcrafted Black Walnut Wheat Ale.

Blackberry

Sweet berry melomel made with caramelized local clover honey & fresh blackberries

Bleach Blonde

A crisp, full bodied Pale Ale brewed with oats for a nice finish, with fruity hop notes. Light on the bitterness, a very satisfying beer.

Block IPA

The Block IPA is a true Hop Monster with 6 different hop varieties slammed in every inch of this beer. The malt bill is simple and straight forward so not to get in the way of the true hop flavor. The initial aroma is citrus and passion fruit followed by a burst of green …

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Blood Orange Bohemian

My mother’s cooking is perfect, and so is this blood orange beer, both deserve honor and respect, or from my cousins you will hear…”

Blueberry Session Mead

Clover Honey; Blueberries

Bonito Blonde

An approachable beer, with some substance.Our Bonito blonde ale is inspired by our perma-sunny days. This brew draws you in with its golden color and soft malt character, while the light mouthfeel and dry finish keeps you coming back. And what would set a San Diego blonde apart? A subtle hint of hops, naturally.20 …

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Boone County Brown

Boone County Brown is a rich brown ale that is surprisingly easy to drink with a remarkably smooth finish. Leaving behind notes of dark chocolate and roasted coffee. With a full bodied caramel backdrop, Boone County Brown is a smooth and mellow beer that is beyond satisfying.Recipe Information:Style: American Brown Ale-Alcohol by Volume: 4.5%-International …

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Our Sponsors

Main Street Parkville Association sincerely thanks Park University for their Premiere Sponsorship for 2017!

Contributing Sponsors
Parkville Coffee
Engaged Companies
Media Sponsor
KC Beer Blog

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