Explore 20 Destinations at Sixth Annual Pint Path in North Kansas City

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Brewery-in-planning Vine Street Brewing, homebrewers Shark Girl Brewing and Fustercluck Brewing, and several breweries are some of the 20-plus destinations to explore at the Sixth Annual Pint Path. The pub crawl-style event in North Kansas City takes place on Saturday, September 25th, noon to 5 pm. 

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Pint Path features specials from more than 20 participating restaurants, breweries, bars, retailers, and small businesses. Destinations include Velo Garage & Taphouse, The Big Rip Brewing Company, Cinder Block Brewery, Callsign Brewing, Calibration Brewery, Tap Shack in the Iron District, Pat’s Pub, Driftwood Ceramics, The Brewkery, and Screenland Armour. Pub crawlers can enjoy beer, wine, cocktails, and free beer from local homebrewers and various stops. Businesses will also distribute prizes….READ MORE>>

Pete Dulin

Pete Dulin is a Kansas City-based writer who covers food, craft beer, wine, and business. His work has appeared in Zócalo Public Square, NPR, Feast, The Kansas City Star, River Front Times, Visit KC, Flatland, The Boston Globe, Thinking Bigger, and many other publications. He is the author of Expedition of Thirst: Exploring Breweries, Wineries, and Distilleries Across the Heart of Kansas and Missouri, Kansas City Beer: A History of Brewing in the Heartland, and KC Ale Trail.