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Kansas City Breweries & Beverage Company

Kansas City Breweries & Beverage Company

High Growth Value Brands for Retailers & Beverage Markets.

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The company is seeking the first 10% or $250,000 of it’s $2,500,000 Reg. D 506c offering to start large scale production of its union produced and locally owned KCLite, KCLager & KCMalt beers.


$250,000 Sales
Cash Flow Positive
300% ROI
5,000 Users

Company Overview

KC Breweries Co continues its securities offering to begin next phase beverage production and construction of its American Owned brewery and beverage complex.

The company is seeking the next 10% or $250,000 of it’s $2,500,000 Reg. D 506c offering which was registered on EDGAR 9/25/2019 to start large scale production of its Union produced American owned Lite, Lager & Malt beers.

Originally KC Breweries Co launched KC Lite, KC Lager & KC Malt brands during a proof of concept period in competition with the foreign owned InBev controlled Anheuser-Bush distributors of Budweiser, Miller & Coors who have been operating under a 2012 Felony Anti- Trust consent decree with the US Department of Justice which was revised again in May 2019 to stop InBev from continuing illegal monopolization practices to maintain their US market share.

KC Brand beers were released in April 2016 & 2017. Of the three KC Brands, KC Lite and KC Lager sold $250,000 in sales over the next twelve months and all three will appear as part of it's formal product launch in 2020.

KC Breweries Co was the largest beer-maker in Kansas City (larger than Anheuser-Bush) before prohibition, and the Company was revived in 2012 after more than 100 years. One of the first beer production lenders Ms. Bricker a 40 year employee of another Kansas City Icon Hallmark Cards Inc. took ownership in October 2016 to expand the Company’s beverage production adding non-alcoholic beverages.

“The need to add non-alcoholic beverages is driven by the proof of concept success of KC Brands and the sales volume that resulted from consumer interest in American Owned value brands,” said Samuel Lipari, the independent business consultant assisting with development and expansion.

Ms. Bricker’s goal is to spread ownership across a community of investors and union members to ensure KC Breweries Co remains American owned, Union built, Union brewed & Union distributed for the next 100+ years.

Accredited investors can currently purchase shares directly from the Company Web-Site through an email request of it's Reg. D 506c subscription agreement or through subscription agreement download. KC Breweries Co is also in application with Title lll Crowdfunding portals for non-accredited investors to purchase shares which will be announced later this month.

KC Breweries Co is a qualifying Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) business under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) which eliminates, defers, or reduces the investor’s capital gains tax depending on the investment. The Company is looking forward to providing Investment opportunities and great tasting American owned beverages for many years to come.



  • Secured Loud & Proud Trademark From 12Brands LLC.

    July, 2018
  • Seed Campaign Secured 130 Investors

    July, 2018
  • Selected Top Breweries In The Region - Kansas City Business Journal

    March, 2018
  • $250,000 Revenues In 12 Month Proof of Concept.

    December, 2017

Press Mentions

Key Customers & Partners

Teamsters Local 41 12Brands LLC NFL Place Kicker Norm Johnson AFL-CIO Kansas City Regal Brau Brewing Company Tasty Expo - Kansas City Hy-Vee T-MAC Racing Nascar Truck Series MB Motorsports Westrock Packaging Kansas City Business Journal Pittsburg State University Marketing Class Macadoodles Mike's Wine & Spirits Kansas City Breweries Co

Previous Funding

  • $43,652 Equity
  • Raise Source: Investors
  • May 2018

Risks & Disclosures

American Owned beverage production is in huge demand for many US consumers, brand labels and businesses after Belgium owned Miller/Coors attempted to stop producing Pabst's well know iconic brands our grandfathers, fathers and uncles grew up drinking and that hipsters readily prefer.

Without a settlement there was not enough production capacity remaining in our US markets to keep Pabst's brands in our stores at prices beer drinkers could afford. One problem Pabst's did not account for, all Pabst's brands are distributed by Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV distributors.

(Revised in May 2019) Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV signed a consent decree with the US Department of Justice to stop their per se Sherman Act I violations to exclude competitors from challenging the giant Budweiser, Busch, Miller, Coors, Corona combine & the hundreds of craft beer brands the foreign cartel has taken over to keep consumer prices high for America's beer drinkers.


The only market solution is to develop capacity with Kansas City Breweries & Beverage Complex.