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OFFERED MON-THURS 11AM – 4PM | FRI - SUN 10AM – 4PM TICKETS ARE $5 (FREE ON WEDNESDAYS!)

Enjoy a 45-minute walking tour of the brewery that concludes with samples in our Tasting Room.

Tour tickets are $5.00 each. Tickets for the entire day become available when our doors open; they’re offered on a first-come, first-served basis from the Tours Rec Center Welcome Desk. Tickets must be purchased in person; each individual can buy up to four.

Tours are not recommended for children under 7. All tour guests (except babes in arms) must have a ticket. Anyone wishing to sample beer should be prepared to present a valid ID.

(816) 701-7247 or Email Us!

Offered Sunday-Friday

On the first Monday of each month at 10am Central time, we make the following month’s tickets available for purchase—each ticket is $25.

OFFERED SUNDAYS AT 11AM, 1PM 3PM

Join us on Sundays at 11am, 1pm 3pm for a walking tour of our brewery that includes beers along the way, brand new production stops, and a souvenir tasting notebook and glass!

On the first Monday of each month at 10am Central time, we make the following month’s tickets available for purchase—each ticket is $30. (Max 10 per tour)

All guests must be 21 or over and are required to wear closed-toe shoes. Note: the Unfiltered Tour path is not wheelchair accessible.

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Monday - THURSDAY: 11:30-3:30

Enjoy a private guided walking tour of our facility with Tasting Room samples. After your tour, hang out in our Beer Hall for onemore beer per person.

Tickets are $20 per person, with a 10-person minimum and a 25-person maximum. Inquiries must be received at least 72 hours prior to yourdesired tour date.

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2501 Southwest BoulevardKansas City, MO 64108

8:30AM - 5:00PM

(816) 474-7095

Beer Hall - 2nd Floor

2534 Madison AvenueKansas City, MO 64108

Opens at 11AM Mon-Thurs | 10am Fri-Sun

(816) 701-7247

8700 Elmwood Ave #100Kansas City,

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His most recent U.S.-based studies areentitled "Factors that Mediate and Moderate the Relationship between Exposure to Community Violence and Youth Multiple Problem Behaviors" and “Network Support Engagement in HIV Care for Younger Black Men” which arefunded by Institutional funds and the National Institute of Mental Health, respectively. A second focus of his research is on the role of culture and gender in sexual decision making, and on global HIV prevention and intervention. He has conducted and corroborated on international studies in the Caribbean and South Africa.Professor Voisin is Director of the STI/HIV Intervention Network (SHINE) at SSA, which was developed to conduct innovative multidisciplinary problem-solving research to reduce the disproportionate impact of STIs and HIV on vulnerable populations. He is currently writing a book entitled America the Beautiful and Violent: Black youth and communities coping with exposure to community violence. Columbia University Press.

Biography

Dexter R. Voisin is a Professor in the School of Social Service Administration and a Faculty Affiliate at the Center for the Study of Race, Culture, and Politics and the Center for Health and the Social Sciences. His fields of special interest include community violence exposure, adolescent sexual risk behaviors, the role of gender in adapting to risks, international HIV prevention, and social work practice.

A central focus of Voisin’s scholarship is examining the impact of community violence on a wide range of problem behaviors and impact of gender on risk and protective youth trajectories. His research demonstrates that the problems of community violence exposure are correlated with youth mental health problems, school failure, negative peer networks, and high rates of HIV-related risk behaviors, which are interconnected outcomes in the lives of adolescents, particularly those who live in urban communities.

Professor Voisin has authored more than 100 peer reviewed publications in such journals as AIDS , AIDS Care, AIDS and Behavior, AIDS Education and Prevention , the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, the American Journal of Public Health, Behavioral Medicine, Children and Youth Services Review, Journal of Epidemiology Community Health, Journal of Adolescence , among others . Due to his expertise on adolescent sexuality, trauma exposure, and international HIV prevention, he is highly sought after as a peer reviewer and has reviewed articles for various academic journals across many disciplines. His scholarship is recognized as being one of highest cited and influential among Black scholars in premier Schools of Social Work, by the Journal of Evidenced-Informed Social Work and Research on Social Work Practice.

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