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Native Stone Winery & Bull Rock Brewery

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Reviews: 2
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rAvg: 3.54
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4301 Native Stone Rd
Jefferson City, Missouri, 65109-8424
United States
phone: (573) 584-8600

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3.45/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4

Cara & Larry Stauffer run a small brewery at their winery. Three beers were on tap a Raspberry Ale, Kolsch and Red Ale. They have a beautiful location about 10 miles from Jeff. City

They provide Microbrewery and Winery tours. The site has a nice hiking trail that goes about a mile down to the Missouri River bluffs. Lewis and Clark marked this location on the river by a large "Bull Sack" rock that is atop the bluff behind Bull Rock Brewery.

A chef, Curt Barrows cooks up a fine meal or light lunch to go with your beer.
Bring your own growlers. and call ahead for tours as the Stauffers have a lot of chores to do through the week. Best bet to find them around is weekends.

Wait staff very friendly and knowlegable about beer and wines. (744 characters)

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3.63/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4.5

Visited on a Saturday afternoon. The place looked like a typical Missouri winery (which this doubles as). When we came in, we waited a few minutes before someone came out (they open at 11:30 and we were there right at 11:30). The guy working was very friendly and gave us each free samples of their four beers: Oatmeal Stout, Kolsch, Raspberry Ale, and Irish Red. The beers were all average with the exception of the Irish Red, which was surprisingly pretty good. (We also sampled a couple of the wines.)

We sat down and ate lunch, and it was pretty good. The service was prompt as we got our meals within a few minutes of ordering (we were the only ones there, but it was still pretty fast). The guy chatted with us for awhile, we ate, and I grabbed a couple of growlers to go and a bottle of wine for the wife.

Bull Rock isn't a destination brewery, but if going with a wine lover and you want to have some beer as well, this isn't a bad place to hit up if in central Missouri. (987 characters)

Native Stone Winery & Bull Rock Brewery in Jefferson City, MO
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