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Tap List | Servaes Plans Grand Opening for The Mosaic Room April 15 Celebration

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Above image credit: Servaes Brewing Co. is leaning into big black stours for Black Friday. (Courtesy | Servaes Brewing Co.)
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In late 2022, Servaes Brewing Co. bought the building next door with plans to expand brewhouse storage and increase taproom capacity. That new addition is slated for a grand opening party on Saturday, April 15.

Dubbed The Mosaic Room, the new space will double the capacity of the Shawnee brewery’s current taproom. The Mosaic Room will feature a second bar complete with 12 taps that will be used for both Servaes beers and a couple of guest taps. The current bar will also get a bit of an upgrade that will allow the bartenders more room to operate as well as additional bar seating for patrons.

Servaes also has added a dedicated kids area offering games and activities for the little ones while their parents enjoy a brew. There will also be a set of garage doors that can be opened on nice days to provide a bit of open-air seating. The new room also includes private event space that can be rented out. The number of restrooms will also be bumped from two to three with the new expansion.

The new expansion isn’t just going to help provide extra space for patrons. Brewing operations will likely be expanded as part of the remodel. The extra space has allowed Servaes to outfit the brewery with an additional walk-in cooler for keg storage and a room to expand their barrel program. The extra keg storage will likely allow Servaes to send more beer into the distribution circuit, which means you’ll start seeing more Servaes beers on tap around town.

To celebrate the expansion, Servaes is planning a big grand opening featuring a food truck, a cookie pop-up, barrel-aged beer releases and guest taps.

Maximo’s Ice & Eats food truck will be on-site from noon to 4 p.m. Kat’s Confections will be there from noon to 3 p.m. Weldwerks Brewing, Avery Brewing and Fishback & Stephenson Cider will each occupy two guest taps. And Servaes is planning on having more than 15 beers available for the party.

Congratulations, Servaes. We can’t wait to see what you’ve done with the place.

Graphic for Servaes Brewing Co.'s grand opening for The Mosaic Room.
Servaes Brewing Co. is set to open up its new Mosaic Room on April 15. (Courtesy | Servaes Brewing Co.)

Beer Releases

Boho Brewing — 15425 Old Town Drive, Parkville, Missouri — may be one of the newest breweries in town, but it’s already cranking out beers. Boho just released a new West Coast IPA. The 7% ABV IPA was hopped with Citra, Cascade, Chinook and Trident. The body has a slightly sweet caramel characteristic to help round out the bitterness.

River Bluff Brewing — 201 Main St., Kansas City, Missouri — has a new beer available. With the warmer weather approaching, River Bluff has brewed up a 5% ABV hefeweizen called Hipster Cigarettes. If you’re worried about whether the beer tastes like cigarettes, fear not. It’s a classic hefeweizen with big banana flavors and aromas mixed with a little bit of spicy clove.

Double Shift’s new Fly High Momma IPA.
Proceeds from Double Shift’s new Fly High Momma IPA support ALS research. (Courtesy | Double Shift Brewing)

Double Shift Brewing — 412 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Missouri — just released Fly High Momma, a new version of the national Ales for ALS series. The series is meant to both raise awareness and funds for ALS research. This version uses Citra, Ekuanot, Ahtanum, Loral, HBC630 and HBC586 for dry hopping. The result is a juicy IPA with a sturdy malt backbone. Double Shift is donating $1 from every pour to the ALS Therapy Development Institute.

3Halves Brewing Co. — 110 E. Kansas St., Liberty, Missouri — has a new version of their Friendly Banter series. The latest release, which is the fourth version, is Passive Aggressive, a hazy IPA. The beer has notes of orange, berry and pear along with a slight sweetness from the malt. It clocks in at 7.7% ABV.

Free State Brewing Co. — 636 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Kansas — utilized a couple of new hops in its latest IPA. The 6.9% ABV West Coast IPA, McOcho, uses Mckenzie and Jackson Ocho. It’s got a wide variety of notes from papaya to cannabis to pine resin. It finishes with some lingering notes of orange zest.

Pathlight Brewing — 11200 W. 75th St., Shawnee, Kansas — released a brand new sour ale. Prairie Wild Rosé is an oak-aged wild ale with Chambourcin grapes. The grapes come from Kansas and were pressed before being added to a saison base. The 6.5% ABV beer has a lot of brightness before finishing with a crisp, subtle tartness. 

Red Crow Brewing Co. — 1062 W. Santa Fe St., Olathe, Kansas — has the perfect patio beer on tap. They just came out with Sybil 31, a 5% ABV tropical wheat ale. While it has similar qualities to the brewery’s regular wheat ale, Donna, it uses a different yeast strain to help impart those yummy tropical flavors. It’s light and sweet with underlying citrus notes.

Beer Events

Friday, April 7

Boho Brewing — 15425 Old Town Drive, Parkville, Missouri — is kicking off the Easter weekend with a fun activity. The brewery will be hosting an Easter Egg Celebration. Instead of having to hunt for hidden eggs, Boho will be doing an egg drawing every hour from 5-8 p.m. The eggs will have fun prizes so be sure to swing into the taproom for some early Easter fun!

Saturday, April 8

Crane Brewing Co. — 6515 Railroad St., Raytown, Missouri — is throwing their second annual Grown-Up Egg Hunt in and around the brewery. The goal is simple. At 6 p.m., you’ll have a chance to find as many eggs as you can hidden around the Rock Island trail and inside the brewery. Crane will be giving away over $500 worth of prizes including gift cards, merch, free pours and more.

Cinder Block Brewery — 110 E. 18th Ave., North Kansas City, Missouri — wants to help take the edge off the hectic wedding planning process for you. They’ll be hosting a Wedding Vendor Showcase to show off various local wedding-related vendors. Whether you still need a venue, catering, hair and makeup, or something else, you’re sure to find it at the showcase. The event is free to attend and will also have a beer sampling plus complimentary champagne cider to sip on while you browse.

Sunday, April 9

Transport Brewery — 11113 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, Kansas — wants the grown ups to have a little fun on Easter with their Adult Easter Egg Hunt. The event kicks off at 3:45 p.m. Teams of two will be tasked with finding their specific set of eggs as fast as they can. The fastest team will receive a $100 Transport gift card and the second fastest will receive a $50 gift card. But there are also prizes within each of your eggs as well as some golden eggs that include prizes to local Shawnee businesses. Each team member will receive a welcome beer, a t-shirt and another beer upon completion of the hunt.

Alex Andujar is a former beer sales rep turned personal trainer. When he’s not training clients you can find him trying new beers at many of Kansas City’s great local breweries.

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