We take a lot of pride offering a variety of types of beer - we hope you love them as much as we do! This is our entire collection of brews from Wire Road that we have put out over
time, so some may not be available when you come in.
Spirit Horse storms into Wire Road from somewhere out there. This hop forward IPA has the charm and personality to win you over. A beer large in stature but gentle on the palette, Spirit Horse grazes on Citra, Sabro and Galaxy hops to create a hazy and hoppy IPA that will not soon be forgotten.
Saisons were originally created as a refreshing drink for french farmers during the warm summers, and this one is no exception! Meaning "large field" in french, the Grand Champ was common field where farmers cultivated their land in long, narrow strips at Ste. Genevieve and other settlements.
This robust porter full of chocolate malt flavors was named after Elk Horn Tavern that sat along the Wire Road and played important role in the Battle of Pea Ridge. The original tavern had a set of elk horns mounted on the roof, referring to an old Ozarks superstition to keep evil spirits away.
"What we have here is failure to communicate" how crushable this Cool Hand Kolsch really is. Quite opposite of the stubbornly tough "beautiful-rebel" Luke was, Cool Hand is a tad more delicate, malty and balanced with a crisp and smooth dry finish. A tasty "quencher", Cool Hand Kolsch is a must have at Wire Road.
This carefully crafted kettle sour blasts your taste buds with a distinct rush of tangy lime to satisfy even the most rugged beer enthusiast. Light, crisp, and crushable, Limestone Cowboy rides into Wire Road as a true favorite of "people I don't even know"!
Celebrating the west side of Springfield, this refreshing Dry-Hopped Berliner Weisse has been a favorite among our testers.
It's Mueller Time! Paul Mueller Company delivered for Wire Road so we are returning the favor! If you've seen our top-of-the line brew house, then you've witnessed the impressive brewing equipment and services they provide. Mueller Time Pilsner is a reliable, easy drinking traditional German style beer with German malts, hops and Weihenstephan lager yeast.
Relax after a hard day's work and sip on the refreshing, fruity and hoppy IPA full of flavor. Your worries can wait for another day.
This ale is low in bitterness with rich malt sweetness and is an homage to the Ozarks fiddle tradition originating from Scotts ancestors who settled in this area.
Hello up there! Inspired by the historical Old Wire Road our brewery sits on, this stout is dedicated to those who put up telegraph lines during the Civil War which were responsible for communication between camps. Hope you're not afraid of heights!
We love this beer like we love our local Battlefield residents! Never had an ESB? ESB stands for "extra special bitter", a style of beer that has a masterful balance of hop bitterness and malt sweetness. Despite the name, the bitterness is not overpowering. Give Battlefield Bitter a try, it won't disappoint!
This complex Belgian Dark Strong Ale has both a delicious blend of malt and a toasty richness infused with a subtle fruity and spicy elements leaving you wanting another. Attractive?Yes. Bold? Incredibly. Delicious? Undoubtedly. Low ABV? Absolutely not! Enjoy a 10 ounce pour of this Wire Road offering and experience lingering effect.
This Pale Ale is hoppy and refreshing - a perfect craft brew to enjoy today, tomorrow or any day this week.
Some days call for extra coffee, but we can do better than that! Introducing Shock & Ahhh Coffee Stout, brewed with our Copper Canyon Nitro Cold Brew Coffee.
The Dreamspinner Dunkel is named after Gottfried Duden and his 1829 writings about Missouri that had critics calling him a dream spinner! In the 1830's, over 120,000 Germans immigrated to the US - over 1/3 of them chose Missouri. After coming to Missouri himself, Duden wrote of a land that surely had to be too good to be true!
Crisp and flavorful, Hop Secret Pale Ale is smooth on the front end and finishes with tropical notes highlighted by the Vic Secret, Citra and Simcoe combination of hops. This beer will secure a spot on the favorites list quickly at Wire Road.
This Hefe is a pale, refreshing wheat beer for those Hefeweizen lovers out there!
This "Big" Imperial IPA has nothing to hide. In true fashion of our brewer, the beer is balanced with local honey to compliment 7 different hops making John the Elder a solid choice for Wire Road beer lovers who appreciate a quality, high gravity beer.
A great option to transition from dark and malty beers to light and crisp spring time pours. Sweeny's brings a very slight balanced bitterness complimented by a somewhat toasty and nutty flavor. The ruby colored Sweeny's Irish Red is clean, dry, and worth the trip to Wire Road!
This one may sneak up on you! This high ABV brew is complex and spicy from Belgian yeast.
Next comes our Brett Famre (Read "Farm") Foeder-aged Farmhouse Ale. This ale is made with Brettanomyces yeast, inspiring the clever play on names.
Foeder aged sour grisette. Multiple layers of sour, salt, and funk picked up during the 10 week aging process in our oak foeder. A solid sour with good kick!
Giddy up! This rotating tap is for those renegades who seek out adventurous flavors! We have either small batches brewed exclusively for our Distinguished Drinkers Society members or exclusive first tastes for the newest Wire Road brews.