Skip to main content



Missouri River Breweries for the M.R. 340 or to pretend you are Lewis and Clark

As Brother K.E. Myces mentioned, I’ve been on a bit of a beer drinking sabbatical due to Covid-19 and my preparation for the M.R.340. The M.R. is a 340 miles paddle race from Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kansas to St. Charles, that paddlers have 85 hours to complete. Most participants have a “ground crew” that follows their paddlers in a vehicle to provide extra supplies. Since most paddlers travel about 8 mph, the ground crews tend to have plenty of spare time on their hands. Here is a list of breweries located along the route of the Missouri River, for anyone wanting to follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, or their favorite MR340 racer.  Make sure to give each place acall to check their hours and as always wear a mask.

River Bottoms Brewing in Carrollton, MO. I’ve written extensively about them, but great beer, great pizza, a perfect lunch or happy hour stop.
Bushwhacker Bend Winery, Glasgow, MO. I know this isn’t a brewery, but there aren’t any other breweries until you reach…

Latest Posts

Manhattan Brewing Company! Great beer in a great town.

5 Video Games to Pair With Beer Sitting in Your Fridge Right Now!

CO2 shortage? Will beer become the next toilet paper?

Easy Sport Recreation Ale…..I mean Rally Ale.

A Public Service Announcement from KCBeerBlog: Covid-19 Sucks!! How and Where to Drink Local!

Alma Mader Brewing, Great Beer, and Great Neighbors!

¡Vamos! Mexican-Style lager is gone, what will the replacement be?

Short Pours: The best selling beers in America!

Matriculating to Glory: A Prelude