Limitless Brewing is moving a half-mile away—but will still be open for Christmas

Limitless Brewing beers/Courtesy photo

Limitless Brewing was Lenexa’s first brewery and has enjoyed being tucked away in an industrial park just west of I-35. With little signage and no foot traffic from the neighboring HVAC contractor or the maker of stadium chairs, most patrons found the microbrewery by word of mouth.

Now, Limitless is ready to be more recognizable. The current brewery will close in December with a new location at 9500 Dice Lane in Lenexa hosting its grand opening on December 11. The new location is only a half-mile away, but it’s right off 95th Street.

Emily Mobley, one of the four owners of Limitless, says the new space is much larger, complete with a large outdoor patio. The new space offers an opportunity to add more fermenters in the future. Loyal customers won’t have a longer drive.

Limitless is also adding permanent food options in partnership with Point and Flat BBQ. Thursdays will feature barbecue nachos, Fridays will feature barbecue pizza, and Saturdays will offer barbecue all day. 

There will be new brews along with the move—because there always are. “The brewery almost never makes the same beer twice,” Mobley says.

Aside from their popular JoCo Juice hazy IPA and Shake It Off pineapple cream ale, Limitless offers a range of beers that are different and new. 

The brewery will continue to be open 365 days a year—yes, they’re open 2-7 pm on Christmas in case you find yourself in Lenexa, looking for a drink with (or away from) family. 

“We are excited to grow with our community. We wouldn’t be here without everyone’s support,” Mobley says.

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