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Tap List | The Tiki Night You Need This Summer

Paper cranes Colorful paper cranes at Crane Brewing Company and colorful tiki umbrellas to get excited for. (Emily Woodring | Flatland).
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Crane Brewing Company is hosting its third annual “Tiki Night” on the evening of July 27, with three different beers on tap, including a Tiki Weiss, a sour ale brewed with cinnamon, grapefruit, and lime zest.

If you’re not a beer person, Crane will also have a tiki cocktail on tap. Don’t worry: There will be food by Chef Anourom Thompson, who runs Anousone’s Mobile Cuisine, an Asian Fusion food truck, and live music by Eems, the incredible ukuleleist. Get ready for tiny umbrellas. 

Tap Notes

Der Bauer (7.75%) by KC Bier Co. is a German-style version of a farmhouse ale. Dry-hopped with Mandarina Bavaria, which gives it a citrusy hoppy scent. 

Calibration Brewery has a new cider with coconut and passionfruit called “A Strange Boy.” (5.7%). 

BKS Artisan Ales is tapping Space Nelson (8.2%) on July 27, a double dry-hopped New England Style IPA with Galaxy & Nelson Sauvin hops. 

Delta 88 (6.1%) an American Style IPA is back on tap at Big Rip Brewing Company. 

Friggatriskaidekaphilia (6.3%) is a Norweigan Farmhouse IPA dry-hopped with three different kinds of hops and brewed with Kveik yeast by Crane Brewing Company.

Friggatriskaidekaphilia on tap at Crane Brewing Company (Emily Woodring | Flatland).

This Week

Tuesday, July 23

Torn Label Brewing Company and Hogshead KC join together for a three-course beer pairing dinner at 6 p.m. The menu includes a country-ham-wrapped monkfish and champagne-mascarpone ice cream. Tickets are available here

Wednesday, July 24

Pineapple on the Plaza, a Brew Lab and Kansas City Tea Company collaboration, will be on tap at Brew Lab. From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m,  the pineapple kolsch will be discounted, and Kansas City Tea Company will be there with samples. 

Thursday, July 25

Ready to feel like a kid again? Or maybe a parent, if you accidentally step on one of these suckers? Yes, Legos is what I am referencing. City Barrel Brewing is hosting an adult Lego night from 3 to 11 p.m. There will be all the legos you need at the brewery to relax and have fun with some friends. 

Get a team together to test your knowledge on successful women from before our time to now. Boulevard Brewing Company is hosting a hop quiz on powerful women. $2 of the ticket goes to the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA). A $10 ticket includes two draft beers, and any tips will also go to the organization. 

Friday, July 26

Kick it with friends out on Border Brewing Company’s patio while you watch Sporting KC take on New York City FC. Enjoy their Patio Pale Ale while you’re out there. 

Saturday, July 27

New Axiom Brewing Company is releasing a new beer every hour in honor of their first anniversary. Between 2 Buns by The Carlsons, a food truck, will be there flipping burgers. 

Crane Brewing Company celebrates its third annual tiki night with three different tiki beers and even a tiki cocktail on tap for the non-beer drinkers out there. 

Sunday, July 28

Head up to Excelsior Springs to enjoy a Sunday afternoon of relaxation. Enjoy one hour of yoga in The Elms Hotel & Spa’s outdoor gazebo. The Elms is hosting a summer beer yoga event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Excelsior Sping’s very own Dubious Claims Brewery will be featuring their new summer mango beer and a healthy lunch will be provided afterward. 

Monday, July 29

If you are not already a member of the Growler Club at KC Bier Co., now is the time. This evening, members will receive a complimentary buffet of pretzels and bier cheese at the Bierhalle and will also be the first to taste Festbier, which will release on August 1. This Vienna-Style Lager was given a World Class 96 rating and listed #10 in the Top Beers of 2018 by The Beer Connoisseur magazine. Becoming a member of the growler club is a one-time payment of $55 and the many benefits are listed here

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