After a day on the water at Lake of the Ozarks, relax with locally crafted beverages and good food at Ozark Distillery and Brewery. This family owned and operated distillery has been a mainstay in Osage Beach for years and is a great place to unwind.
Eating & Drinking at Ozark Distillery and Brewery
Those who appreciate small businesses who support local growers and take the time to hone their craft the old-fashioned way will find much to applaud at the Ozark Distillery. Their claim to fame is their Ozark Moonshine, made with Missouri grown corn and mashed and distilled using traditional methods. Each batch is hand-crafted in small quantities, resulting in a smooth, naturally sweet product. Their flavored moonshines are made by infusing real apples, blackberries, and vanilla beans, along with the distilled corn spirits.
The brewery building is adjacent to the distillery, and here you will find locally crafted beers by the flight, pint, or growler. Choose from a half a dozen options, including pilsner, blonde ale, IPA, porter, and stout, with other offerings available seasonally. Munch on a complementary bowl of popcorn when you purchase a pint or stay for an entire meal. Aside from their beverages, the Ozark Distillery also serves up pizzas made with fresh ingredients.
With free tastings offered throughout, there is no pressure to choose your favorite before you’ve sampled your way through their top products. Stay and enjoy food and drinks in the relaxed atmosphere of Ozark Distillery & Brewery or pick up a few items to go. Extras such as their well-loved barbeque sauce, Bloody Mary mix, and glassware are available.
Learn more about the intricate process behind crafting these beverages with a tour of the facilities. Tours are offered on Saturdays and take approximately 45 minutes.
Planning Your Visit to Ozark Distillery and Brewery
Ozark Distillery and Brewery is located in Osage Beach, MO at 1684 State Hwy KK. They are open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-8pm and are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Tours are available on Saturdays and cost $10 per person for anyone 12 years old and above. Children 11 years old and younger are free and welcome to attend.