Friction Beer Co. Wants To Bring A Little Heat To The Crossroads
Nathan Ryerson and Brent Anderson know that some Kansas Citians may not like Friction Beer Co. when it opens in 2019. And they’re OK with it.
“I think choice can be daunting to people,” Anderson said. “We don’t want to be everything to everybody. We want the people who love us to really love us.”
The duo signed a lease earlier this month on the former event space at 1701 McGee St., Suite 100. The future home of Friction Beer Co. — which will likely open with its pale ale, IPA, double IPA and milk stout on tap — is next to Tapcade, the beer bar and arcade, and Screenland Crossroads movie theater.