Named from the Native American village that preceded Lebanon, Missouri. This area became inhabited due to the magnetic, healing properties of its waters. Will our unfiltered hefeweizen heal you? We think it's worth a try...
A Belgian-style Witbier, this light bodied beer is brewed with Boat Town's blend of coriander and orange peel. A refreshing, bold flavor profile and crafted with both sweet and bitter orange makes this a crowd favorite!
A delightfully complex Imperial Stout. Also one of our favorites to experiment with. Sometimes aged in a whiskey barrel, other times with whatever the hell we want. Always perfect.
Dark, roasty flavors with a hint of chocolate come together so well they'll knock off any of your rough edges. This dark, bock lager is also known as the Killer of the Chiller. Inquire inside for details.
Summer days are best spent on a lake bobbing around next to a tri-toon. Our Belgian Tripel delivers on those lazy summer days with fruity, floral notes developed by Belgian yeast.
Everyone loves Danny, and EVERYONE knows a Danny down the road. Our first Danny was encountered at a brewery location that didn't pan out. Danny down that road stopped by daily to check on us. Fast forward to where we are now and we have our own Dan down the road at Happy Trails RV! Have a nice, easy drink with your own Danny, a Vienna Lager brewed with Munich, Vienna, and German Pilsner grains with a low hop profile.
We never set out to be Hop heads, but our venture into IPA-land resulted in this aromatic beauty! Heavy, late-hopped Session IPA. This may just be your gateway IPA.
Because beer is not a singular sensory beverage, be sure to stop in regularly to see what's on tap and enjoy the people of this region. We are a friendly, diverse bunch and you will most likely leave with some amazing memories to share.
$5 - $8
$9 - $20
Your very own 32 oz. of your choice, canned fresh, on-site, upon request. These travel well and make great gifts!
Some limited releases and high ABV beers are unavailable for Crowlering, but it never hurts to ask!