Our next open dates are:
- Friday, October 20th @ 4pm-9pm
- Saturday, October 21st @ 1pm-8pm
- Sunday, October 22nd @ 1pm-8pm
Hope you can make it for some delicious craft beer plus free chips & salsa!
MiamiCreek A reminder that our tap room is closed today, Saturday, October 14. We are on the road at the botanical brew fest. Hope to see you there!
MiamiCreek We are closed this weekend, however, we will reopen October 6th! Hope to see you then. Cheers!
Recent Brewery Untappd Checkins
- Brad S. had a Lemon Basil Saison by Miami Creek Brewing Company on October 15, 2017 Details
- Ryan G. had a Lemon Basil Saison by Miami Creek Brewing Company on October 15, 2017 Details
- Marcus E. had a Lemon Basil Saison at Botanical Brewfest - Overland Park Arboretum on October 14, 2017 Details
- Edward K. had a Pineapple Sage IPA by Miami Creek Brewing Company on October 14, 2017 Details
Author Archives: Will Reece
Happy New Year fellow lovers of craft beer! We wanted to take a moment to reflect on 2016 and let you know what Miami Creek Brewing Company has in store for 2017. In October 2016, we saw our doors … Continue reading
Kansas City – MO, January 20th: Miami Creek Brewing Company, a newcomer to the KC craft beer scene, announced that they will be making their first public appearance at the 2016 KC Brewfest on February 27th at Union Station. While … Continue reading
This past fall we added 50 apple trees to our orchard. They are in the ground, hopefully developing their root system and will go crazy when warmer temperatures hit this spring. Here are the details about the varieties we added … Continue reading
I know, I know… pumpkin ale is probably a little overplayed, but some of us just can’t get enough of the stuff. Plus, there may be an opportunity to improve on what some pumpkin beer lacks… quality local pumpkins! I recently … Continue reading
Many of you know Chrissy and I recently took a trip to Kona, Hawaii. During our stay we had the pleasure to get personal tours of two different coffee farms. I set these tours up ahead of time hoping for … Continue reading
A great resource that many of us in the mid-west don’t take advantage of is the black walnut tree. It can be tapped as a source of syrup, the leaves can be harvested as a bittering agent, the very young … Continue reading
What a surprise! Mowing grass in a neglected part of our property when I looked up and noticed something that looked a lot like hop cones… and quite a distance from the rhizomes I planted this spring. I looked further … Continue reading
Many of you may know that we’ve passed our Missouri/FDA inspection for our commercial kitchen. This is an exciting step towards getting our brewery opened. Next up is our federal permit, which we are waiting patiently for. In the meantime, … Continue reading
Another full day at the office and 3 hours working on the ceiling framing in the brew house. The best part about calling it a day is the reward that awaits in the kegs… but after a pint of one … Continue reading