Dead Canary Brewing

Dead Canary Brewing Company is located in Kansas City, MO. We are a woman owned microbrewery and create high content, high flavor, knock you on yo ass beers.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

update everybody!

Sorry for the delayed blogs, we have been very busy getting everything ready for our test batches and dealing with construction delays. Awesome!

Many things to update on:

Test Batches: On their way...good solid, recipes that will knock you on yo' ass.

Space: Who knew we would need a steal I-Beam Frame? Damn 1892! Seriously, we love the fact that we are in the epicenter of the gritty, honest history of Kansas City... tenements, warehouses and railroad tracks...it's home.

Potential Brewers: Still looking for two more brewers to work under Sarah...but, we found our chemist!

Initiatives: Priced out the greenhouse and solar panels...both are plausible and energy efficient.

Woo Hoo!!: courting major distributor in Missouri... or the other way...but, the company seems to understand our vision and hopeful contribution to craft brewing.

Brews in the belly: Cat House Stout- Dry hopped mint chocolate imperial stout, Local No. 12-lemongrass maple strong ale, Speakeasy IPA- honeysuckle grapefruit IPA, Bathtub Barleywine: copiously hopped barleywine, and chickory rhubarb imperial porter.

Thanks to everyone for being so patient and supportive! Special thanks to our construction guys....Tony, you are amazing! To the few, but mighty Kansas City beer lovers, we only hope our ales are as resilient, strong, and loud as you are! Thanks!

Ms. Canary

5 comments:

LC said...

Honeysuckle grapefruit IPA?!?

I'm in for that!

jules81081 said...

I want to work for these birds!!!

Amy said...

Good luck! I'll be keeping my eye out for opening day. I'm curious as to how you picked those unusual brews, and am interested in trying them.

The IPA sounds like a good summer drink. cheers!

Meetzorp said...

Are you guys still looking for a brewer? Because I brew (in my kitchen, in kitchenesque quantities), I'm local, I'm available, and by golly, I'm a woman, too.

Nazbot said...

I am not a woman, but I am a homebrewer, and I am also interested in working with you. Where do I send a resume?