Boho Brewing is located at the Creekside development in Parkville, MO. We're excited to bring our high quality beer to the people of Kansas City.
Come on by and try for yourself!
What's On Tap
Hazy German Wheat
Hazy German style wheat beer with notes of banana and clove with a tart finish
A smooth and boozy dark lager with notes of chocolate and toasted marshmallow
Double Witbier finished with Indian long pepper. Light smoke and cedar upfront with a warm spice background of coriander, cardamom and orange peel.
Hazy IPA with Cascade, Idaho 7, Citra and Mosaic hops. A medium body beer that is juicy with citrus and tropical flavors.
A single decocted lager beer with German Pilsner, Munich, Caraaroma and Carafa II malts. A refreshing dark beer with notes of toffee, dark fruit and chocolate.
A double decocted lager with bohemian malt and Saaz hops. Malty with a smooth bitterness and floral aroma.
Made with Pilsner malt and rice for a crisp, dry and very clear beer that provides a neutral pallet for the Nectaron, Mosaic, Motueka and Citra hops.
Cascadian Dark Ale
Cascadian Dark Ale made with Pale Ale Malt, C-60, Carafa II and Midnight Wheat. Hopped with Cascade, Amarillo, Chinook and Centennial. Light easy drinking beer with hints of chocolate and roasty flavors
New England Pale Ale
A hazy pale ale made with Pilsner and oat malt for a soft pallet. Hopped with Cascade, Mozaic and Motueka hops.
German Style Ale
German Style Ale made with German Pilsner and wheat malt to give it a bready background. Hopped with Huell Melon and Hallertau Blanc for a fresh melon citrus expression.
American Cream Ale
This American ale is just like life at Creekside, light and easy. Brewed with Pilsner malt and Crystal hops this ale has a slight fruity aroma, light malt flavor and a crisp finish.
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Our beer is always available in the taproom, but can also be found at some of the finest establishments in the area.
Want to sell our beer?
4-packs and kegs are available for wholesale.
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15425 Old Town Drive, Suite 118
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