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Happy Basset Brewing Company

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Happy Basset Brewing Company

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6044 SW 29th St, Topeka, KS 66614-4268
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kansasrod wrote a review Mar 2021
OSKALOOSA1,101 contributions187 helpful votes
There are 2 in Topeka. We visited the one on South 47th. Spacious. Good variety of beer on tap for $5 a glass. Food truck outside served wonderful melt-in-the mouth fried fish with 2 sides for $10. Off the beaten path and easy to miss the first time since it is in a large metal shed. We enjoyed with a group of about 15 from work. Nice to be able to find area where it is not too loud to hold conversations.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Boesdady_20 wrote a review Oct 2020
Copperas Cove, Texas88 contributions26 helpful votes
Good microbrew, definitely worth the visit. I stopped by while I was on a day trip through the area, and was very happy with the friendly environment, helpful staff, and quality of the beer. I bought a 64 oz growler to take some home with me.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Shaun M wrote a review Aug 2020
Kansas82 contributions36 helpful votes
I have loved their beer for some time however my last visit, they have a sign posted on the door saying that they encourage staff and visitors to wear masks, that they may not due to pre-existing conditions. Not a single person working was following the mak directive so while it is possible that they all have pre-existing conditions, I find it more likely that they are simply choosing to ignore it and using the pre-existing as an excuse. One person I could believe but not everyone so I do not feel safe visiting until the pandemic is done or they choose to follow the directives and protect their visitors. Other local breweries, are wearing masks and requiring guests to do so as well so they will get my business for now. If you are ok with the risk, feel free as I love their beers but I cannot.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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K_Loves_to_Travel wrote a review Dec 2019
Sea Isle City, New Jersey127 contributions47 helpful votes
Love the shirts, bought one for our Son. Got a blonde and an ipa and both were good. Lots of people there and seemed like a good crowd. Had a food truck out front. Service was fine. Glad we went.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ksufan88 wrote a review Sep 2019
Wichita, Kansas3,865 contributions368 helpful votes
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We stopped in on a Sunday afternoon when this place was very busy and nearly everybody was playing bingo. We were fortunate to grab the last available table. Unfortunately, the bar had only a waitress and a bartender so we had to wait in a long line at the bar. They offer a beer on special each month for a discounted price. In September, it was a brown ale for $4 called Belly Rub Brown Ale. It was a catchy name, but didn’t taste that great. The rest of their beers all had dog-related names. You can order small sampler size glasses for $2 or $2.50 each for 4 samples. The brewery is located in a strip center right next to a pet store and had a food truck (vegetarian/ vegan) parked out front the day we were there. We saw a sign that Glory Days will deliver pizza to the brewery for free which we thought we be a good idea if we are ever back in this area.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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