The Cassville Chamber of Commerce welcomed Hungry Hollow Brewery to the community on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Owned by Joe and Veronica Zucca, the custom-built brewery — Barry County’s first, specializes in artisan-style craft beer and operates on a five-barrel wood-fired steam brewhouse. Its first two artisan releases are the Three Point Five Imperial IPA, a hoppy, high-alcohol brew with tropical notes; and the Ozark Country French Saison, a sweet and fruity summer ale. The brewery plans to release other beers seasonally, and some of its ales are already available in select retail stores in 750ml bottles. Located approximately four miles north of Cassville in a rural setting, the brewery features a relaxed, quiet atmosphere with an outdoor, lighted deck, rustic seating, swings, and a firepit in a serene, wooded area with a platform for bands, and offers special events throughout the summer months. Food vendors are on-hand for events, but residents may bring food and non-alcoholic drinks for picnic meals or for grilling. Hours are Fridays 4-10 p.m., and Saturdays, 2-10 p.m. For more information, call 417-342-4735, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the brewery on Facebook, or visit www.hungryhollowbrewing.com. The brewery is located at 14396 Farm Road 2140. Pictured in front row of photo, from left, are: Larry Daniels, Patti Daniels, Rhonda Stafford, Wade Hermansen, Kaya Ragsdale, Veronica Zucca, Joe Zucca and Adrienne Zucca. Second row: McKenzie Kochell, Lisa Reid, Michelle Pilant, Rick Ragsdale, Sheila Harris, John Hendricks, Robyn Hendricks, and Joel Clark. Third row: Allison Angel, Dan Angel, and Jeff Martinson (back). Julia Kilmeremail@example.com
The Cassville Chamber of Commerce welcomed Hungry Hollow Brewery to the community on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.