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Big Game Action at Missing Links

Just in time for football playoffs and mid-season hockey, we’ve added a couple big screens above the bar! Now you can cheer on all the black and gold and enjoy delicious flights direct from the tap. See you here Sunday around 1pm?

Your Favorite Place = a Certified Independent Craft Brewery!

You’ll start seeing another logo around the website and pub soon–we’re a Certified Independent Craft Brewery by the Brewers Association. What does this mean for you?  Well, this is an assurance that we’re a real local independent brewer, not some offshoot or subsidiary with corporate overlords.  The mortality statistics for small business are huge and well

Updated food menu!

We’ve added a few new items to our menu–cheesy garlic breadsticks and a bratwurst sandwich! Our breadsticks are made on a focaccia with garlic butter and parmesan cheese, served with side of marinara to dip. Just in time for this chilly winter is our delicious bratwurst sandwich, served on a pretzel bun and beer cheese.

Angie DeRose Coming 1/13/2018

The popular and talented Angie DeRose will bring her solo acoustic show to Missing Links on Jan 13, 2018!  Angie is well known in our area, performing at several other venues around Butler, and even spending some time in Nashville.  Angie’s influences span the musical spectrum, but her main love is traditional County. For more

2017 Winter Holiday Hours

We’re all spending Christmas Eve with our families, so we’ll be closed Sunday 12/24.  That means you have until 11pm today to get your growlers filled to make it through the holiday weekend. Saturday 12/23 11am to 11pm (regular hours) Sunday 12/24 CLOSED (Christmas Eve)   We’ll return to regular hours the following week: Friday

Pint and a T for Christmas 2017

Solve your Christmas shopping dilemma… Stop by the Brewery this weekend and pick up a Logo Pint Glass and T-Shirt combo for $20! We also have Logo Growlers and Gift Certificates available! Weekend hours are Friday 4-11p and Saturday 11a-11p. We will be closed on Sunday for Christmas Eve.  

Missing Links’ Roll in the Hay Farmhouse Ale

Saison is a style of beer which originated in the French farmlands.  Saisons were brewed in the winter, and meant to be served during the summer to the seasonal farmhands.  Traditional saisons had a low ABV of around 3%, but modern versions have a middle ABV around 5%.  Flavors are usually light but complex, sometimes

Missing Links’ Big Bang Bock

Brewed since the 1300s, bocks are one of the oldest styles of beer.  Originating in what is modern-day Germany, bocks are a type of strong lager, similar to a marzen.  Traditional bocks are lightly hopped, and have an ABV around 6-7%.  A traditional bock is sweet, clear and caramel colored.  Bocks are “lagered”, or brewed

Missing Links’ Fall Fest Ale

Fermentation is a temperature dependent process, and before temperature controlled fermenters like you see in our brewing room were invented, beer could only be brewed in certain months.  The Marzen, for instance, originated in Germany and was brewed in March.  The beer was stored all summer long.  In late September, when autumn started and brewing

Missing Links’ Bedrock IPA

American IPAs are traditional IPAs brewed with American hop varieties, rather than English hops.  These are not the same as an American Pale Ale.  We talked about traditional IPAs in our blog post for Lake Arthur IPA. Missing Links’ Bedrock IPA has intense and complex flavors without overpowering bitterness. Three hop varieties are added during