Busted Kansas City Water Infrastructure RUINS Local Craft Beer?!?!

An important argument from hipsters who create pricey concoctions that are intended to savor whilst everybody else just guzzles corporate swill. Check the argument:

Rising floodwaters impact water used by Kansas City brewers

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- As the sun rises above the towering brick buildings in Kansas City's River Market, Damon Arredondo pulls into the Strange Days parking lot to unlock the shop and start brewing the day's batch. Arredondo takes his job seriously.


  1. Mandar Bourjaily7/8/19, 3:43 PM

    The hipsters just need to brew a turbid beer.

  2. I boil all my drinking water, ever since we were advised to not worry about the COLOR of the (brown) water, during the Spring floods. Yeah, I believe whatever KC gubmnt says, like airport, no cost to taxpayers, and 25 million tourists "anally".

    Or as Swallow-well would say, "I am bold, without the bold."

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

  3. I don't think Tony knows how waters systems work. When it floods like it has, how old or new your system is doesn't have much impact. Systems can only handle so much water and so many pollutants.

  4. K C water is highly contaminated. Do not drink!

    Get purified water.

    Bathing and washing clothes are less dangerous.

    Good luck.

  5. May 2017 -

    What happened to the three millions of gallons of raw, untreated sewage coming down the Missouri River for the drinking pleasure of
    K C and the surrounding 30 communities who buy water from Killa City.

    Why should KCMO residents pay water rates that have gone up 88%, while the thirty other towns and villages that buy water from KCMO have only experienced a 38% increase?


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