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12581 Dallas Ln
phone: (417) 926-9185
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(Place added by: Shultzerdugen)
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| Reviews: 3
Reviews by karst:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
December 2005 update:
Chad has nearly jumped through all the hoops of the state license requirements. and will be back to brewing.
Little Yeoman will change location- adding a restaurant and be located in nearby Cabool Missouri (28 mi N on Hwy 63) later this summer. I visited last Thursday March 9 and enjoyed their hospitality and had a great time trying some new brews. Steve Markley, the founder of Little Yeoman has a regular Thursday noon jam session with local dairy farmer who plays a mean mandolin.
Little Yeoman beer is sold within an 80-mile radius and produces 10,000 gallons of brew a year. From a couple of small rooms and some steel tanks, the brewery produces nine varieties of beer including a pale ale, stout, porter, raspberry cream ale, pilsner and Irish Red. Although not for sale a fine barleywine is made for private consumption.
The company motto is to the point: Brew it, bottle it, drink it. Chad Frederick, who grew up in Cabool, will continue the tradition of craft brewed beer and with the help of his family add a selection of food. Chad is completing his degree in biology from Drewery University in Springfield, Missouri. We all want to see Steve Markley, along with Chad Frederick and Bruce Roberts continue to brew their beer.
03-13-2005 13:54:09 |
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vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 5 | selection: 2.5 | $
OK, you really need to visit this place. The three beers we have sampled are not great, but they are decent, and this is the kind of place that you just want to succeed. It is a very small operation the brewery portion is a tiny, one-room building with two tanks situated on private land in the middle of the Mark Twain National Forest. The drive to get there is an adventure in itself. The owner/brewer lives a short walk away thru the woods from the brewery. This is technically a microbrewery, rather than a brewpub, so they dont serve food and dont have a taproom. However, they do have a gathering place for visitors, which is their storage room for grain, hops, supplies, etc.
When we arrived, there were about 8 other visitors hanging out, sitting around in a circle, chatting with each other and sampling large . umm tasters of beer. The lone employee that day, who obviously loved working there, greeted us warmly, grabbed us each a chair and asked us what kind of beer we wanted. There were only two options (remember, two tanks) a Pale Ale, and a Porter. We wound up both having one of each while we sat and talked with the employee and few of the other patrons. It could not have been any friendlier, more laid back, and more pleasant.
This brewery survives on local retail bottle sales, and bottle sales at the brewery. There were a few varieties available in bottles that day, and we took home a 6-pk of the Stout, which cost a whopping five dollars.
So seriously, visit this place, let them know you appreciate their efforts, and buy a 6-pk or two of their beer. There should be more places like this.
11-03-2005 18:06:11 |
More by grumpy
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4
I've been going to Steve Markely's out of the way brewery for years, as much for the music as the beer. Steve is a mean banjo and upright bass player, and is more than willing for a session if he's not busy brewing.
This is the Ozarks at its best. Sitting outside, enjoying craft beers, playing music, talking and drinking it up. This isn't swank. This isn't fancy. This is just the way it should be. Great beer, great people, great times. All in the beauty of the outdoors.
It's the end of one era, the start of another, as Steve is passing along the torch to brewer and soon to be owner/operator Chad Frederick. Chad is one of my best buds from way back, so I can't be unbiased, but who the fuck is? I was always more into gonzo jouranlism anyways. Chad is smart as hell, a great guy, and I'm sure he'll do his best to keep the good times rolling. My fingers are crossed.
Support your local brewery.
03-14-2005 02:53:14 |
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Little Yeoman Brewing Company (DUPLICATE) in Cabool, MO
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