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Horseshoe Bend Brewing Company, Lake Ozark
Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
Chris Case, Brewmaster of Horseshoe Bend Brewing Company’s vast culinary experience spills over into what he considers “perfect” beer. Graduating from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park, NY, he has been in the industry professionally, since 1994. As a certified Chef, he has worked around the world, giving him the opportunity to taste various international and regional beers. After living and working in Germany, he discovered the native wheat beer, Hefeweizen (Hefe meaning yeast), and wanted to create his own version. This has been his favorite beer to brew, as well as to drink!A visit to Horseshoe Bend Brewing Company represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Lake Ozark family vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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We were looking for a new micro brewery while we we were visiting family. We found this place and were not disappointed. They have taken over an old fire station so the building is really neat!Wood fi... read more »
We drove by here on our way to rent wave runners and thought it would be a great place to try on our way home. The Trip Advisor reviews were good so we were excited to try it. It was a cute place, but... read more »
Beer is good and at bar tender very friendly. Menu is limited for food but the wood fired pizzas and panini are tasty. Wood fired cookie is a great way to end the meal.
The beer is varied- get a flight to figure out what hits the spot for you. I preferred the Harbor Hopped IPA and Station No. 2 Irish Red. There are good cocktail alternatives if you aren't a beer fan. The food is great, as well! The paninis were a hit and the salted cookies are top notch. Finally, the service is fantastic. Friendly and attentive staff make tourists and locals both feel like neighbors. Highly recommended
Found this place just driving by - glad we did. It is an old fire station turned into a brewery. Small tasting room inside and a beer garden outside which is where the wood fire oven is. The most amazing cookies come out of that oven, along with pizza. The beer was very good - loved the sour. They also serve wine and cocktails. My husband who isn't a huge beer had The Caddy - Cadillac Margarita and it was very tasty.
Could have used more variety in the beer, even as a small brewery. Not impressed with the staff. Cookies were good! Overall, just ok.
Warm chocolate chip cookies were awesome. Beer is just OK. Pretty small place.
The beer and atmosphere is fantastic! This is definitely one of the best microbreweries I've visited. Chris, the brewmaster, is extremely knowledgeable and great to talk to about his craft. Try the MnO and the Sour beer. You won't be disappointed.
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