Our beer list changes often. We’re always dreaming up new concoctions and tinkering with current recipes to try and make something great. That means these beers can come and go from the menu pretty quickly, so come by the taproom if there’s something that sounds interesting. It might not be around long.
In addition to beer, we serve Glacial Till hard ciders, Stone Cellars wine, Blumers craft sodas (non-alcoholic), cold brew coffee and our very own non-alcoholic sparkling hop water.
Feel free to order online for taproom pick up HERE
Easy and Light
Easy Drinking German Style lager light malt sweetness with no bitterness.
A blend of a meyer lemon saison and golden sour aged in foeders with the addition of brettanomyces for a funky finish.
Hot As Helles
Traditional Helles Creek with a kick of habanero peppers.
A czech style pilsner with a "keller" amount of haze! Dry hopped with saaz hops for the noblest of palates! A perfect pilsner for porches and patios! Na zdravi!
The first saison coming out out of our foeders is a fantastic one! We used a proprietary blend of saccharomyces and brettanomyces for a bright yet funky flavor that's crisp and dry on the finish!
Cakes And Pies
a strawberry shortcake inspired beer made with over 170 lbs of strawberries, 20 lbs of marshmallows, and (you guessed it) bourbon vanilla beans!
a coffee and vanilla light lager brewed with locally sourced Stories Costa Rican coffee and real bourbon vanilla bean added to the brew!
Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say, on a bright, Hawaiian Christmas day! For everyone waiting for your year end bonus check to come, this beer will make the time fly. This beer has plenty of spice on the back end to remind you of Christmas, as well as a Belgian yeast flavor on the front that hits you like a sled polished with an experimental kitchen spray thats 100 times more non stick than teflon!
Soft, elegant malt complexity is in the forefront, with a firm enough hop bitterness to provide a balanced finish. Some toasted/nutty character from the use of Vienna malt.
Fairy Nectar IPA
Aromatic hops and notes of grapefruit, mango and tropical goodness fill this tasty IPA. Leaving very little bitterness behind.
Perfect for poolside, Rubber Floaties is a 7.5% Double IPA dry hopped with Lotus hops and finished on 200 lbs of toasted coconut! Dangerously drinkable, you'll need a life jacket after a few of these!
Oats, I Did It Again
A nelson sauvin and strata dry hopped IPA with a extra dosage of flaked oats for a soft, pillowy mouthfeel. Like drinking a hoppy cloud!
Project Pour: Year 2
Pour Craft Beer & Spirits is celebrating their second year anniversary and we are proud to offer Project Pour: Year 2 to commemorate it! We used "2" of our favorite hops, citra and topaz, for a juicy IPA worthy of a celebration! Cheers and congrats Pour!
Fairy Nectar Vic Secret Dry Hopped
The latest in our rotating single hop Fairy Nectar series, the Vic Secret variant gives a huge tropical hit with a slight dank note at the end. No secrets here, this beer is damn good!
The temperature is dropping and so are the leaves. That means you need to bundle up on these winter nights, and what better to wear than a Cashmere Sweater? The only thing better than that is a Cashmere Weather in your glass. A light, hazy IPA and hopped with cashmere hops, its a juice bomb perfect for a bonfire on a cold winter night!
A collaboration With Our Friends at The Casual Pint to celebrate their 4 year anniversary! Dry hopped with 4 NZ hops - waimea, cashmere, lotus, and sultana for an intensely juicy, hoppy beer that's worthy of a celebration!
Juice and Desist
Our superbly juicy double IPA returns with a combination of amarillo, simcoe, and citra hops for a light and hoppy combination with a 9.4% back end that sneak up on you!
Fairy Nectar - Double Dry Hopped
The 2018 Juicy Hazy IPA category Silver Medalist at GABF is Back! With the extra dose of Citra and Mosaic hops, this juice bomb will deliver exactly what you are looking for! Hazy, juicy, and full of tropical and citrus flavor all with very low bitterness, this is a NEIPA that hits all the right notes!
Malty and Roasty
Dunkel Breakin' My Heart
All German Malts and all German Yeast makes for a beer that could only taste better if it were drank in Munich! Dark, roasty, and chocolatey, you'll want to fill your boot with this one!
What do you get when you add our Dunkel Breakin' My Heart to whiskey and rye barrels and then put them away for a year? You get the Dunk Tank - a BA Munich style Dunkel that just gives a hint of whiskey and barrel. Not too boozy, but enough to warm you on a cold winter's night!
200 lbs of coconut, 2 lbs of vanilla, 4 whiskey barrels, and a rum barrel combine for mounds upon mounds of flavor! Be careful, this one has as much bite as it does bark!
Tawny Port BA Imperial Stout
This thick, rich, fudgy stout spent 18 months in Tawny Port Barrels for an exquisite, jammy finish to an already decadent beer.
Barrelywine: Volume 5
We pulled no punches on this one. Aged for 18 months in Four Roses whiskey barrels, this may be our most complex BA barleywine yet. Caramelly, roasty, sweet, and boozy, you won't regret grabbing this one!
Black Is Beautiful
Our version of the Weathered Souls Collab for the Black is Beautiful campaign is a Dry Stout that is lower in ABV but heavy on flavor. Roasty like cold brew, but dry on the finish, you'll want to get more than one 4-pack. Proceeds from this beer will go to the Nebraska ACLU Freedom Fund.
Friday Night Book Club
The next in our series of wine yeast fermented lagers is a big one! After fermentation, we added over 400 lbs of cabernet grape must for an intense, wine like flavor and aroma
Koala Tears - Watermelon/Kiwi
What do you get when you combine over 660 lbs of watermelon and kiwi concentrate? You get a jolly rancher in a can! Get this one while you are able to, because it's going to go fast!
Berliner Weisse With Raspberries
Our lightest char foeder brewed this tart, german style wheat and then we blended the beer with 425 lbs of raspberry puree.
Hidilly Ho, frienderino! We socked some suds away in a rye whiskey barrel for about 12 months and the result is a tart and tempting beer that's fine and dandy like sour candy!