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Pony Express Brewing
(Closed)
311 North Burch Street
Olathe KS 66061
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Notes

Opened: 1995

Annual Production: 4,500 bbl

Contributors: Ed Baldwin, Robert Borsato, Roger Fickel

3/21/2005: "Chili" O'Gowan reports:

The Pony Express Brewing Company in Olathe, Kansas (Kansas City suburb) is alive and well, under new ownership. I bought a six each of Rattlesnake Pale Ale and Original Wheat for the weekend. It'd been a while since I had them, so I can't remember if they're using the same recipes or not, but both were very good. And I'm an old Boulevard fan, so that's saying something. I haven't tried their "Tornado Red" again. I remember not liking the old Arrowhead Red recipe, though - way too sweet for my taste. But that's just my taste. Haven't tried the Pony Gold yet, either. But like I said, their pale and wheats are good enough that they've earned another purchase or two from me.

Updated: January 8, 2008

Beer List

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    • Date: September 18, 1997 (#2254)
      Package: bottled
      Place: from the brewery
      Score: 14 points
      Overall Impression (2½)
      Amber, low carbonation, big head. Spicy, brown aroma. Good body, pretty good balace, slightly spicy bitterness middle through finish.
    • Date: September 27, 1996 (#1728)
      Package: draught
      Score: 14½ points
      Overall Impression (3)
      Golden brown. Malty sweet aroma. Thick, malty, bitter finish.