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.
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Easy and Light
Easy Drinking German Style lager light malt sweetness with no bitterness.
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!
Pineapple Hot As Helles
How do you make Hot as Helles even better? Add Pineapple, of course! With freshly ground peppers and pineapple added to the batch!
Hot As Helles
Traditional Helles Creek with a kick of habanero and jalapeno peppers.
We smuggled grapefruit into the brewery and got an idea to add some pizazz to our Rules Don't Apply Hefeweizen. Like a radler with more kick, this beer refreshes even on the hottest day!
Rules Don't Apply
"Do you make anything like a Hefeweizen?" We do now! Bright banana and clove flavors shine though from a yeast strain that's been used for generations!
Barrel Aged Krostoberfest
We took our recipe for a German style märzen and cold lagered in red wine and whiskey barrels for an Oktoberfest style beer unlike any you've ever had. Get it before it disappears! Prost!
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.
Gas Station Cheeseburger
Do you need gas station cheeseburgers? Probably not, but I'll be damned if they don't hit the spot. Like it's namesake, this beer is an absolute life saver - dry hopped with citra, amarillo, simcoe, and aloha hops for the perfect late night taste!
Web of Lies Batch 6
Web of Lies Batch 6 improves upon a previous recipe by dry hopping with Sabro and Lotus, with a tweak to the whirlpool hops. We think this is our best yet!
We took over 500 lbs of banana and combined it with almost 400 lbs of pineapple for an intense fruit explosion! We then added vanilla, connamon, and a touch of lactose for the closest thung we could get to being in the islands without having to use your passport!
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!
Malty and Roasty
We took the original and made it better! Bigger ABV, more chocolate and a more velvety body. Its a milkshake in a glass!
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.
Barrelywine: Volume 4
We took our award winning Barrelywine and socked it away in some Brickway bourbon and rum barrels, and then finished it on toasted coconut and pecans for good measure. Cask carbonated for a velvety, smooth feel and a decadent taste!
Saison 625.1 - A more classical take on a traditional style saison. Fermented with Wallonian 3 (think Saison DuPont yeast) giving off a funky, bright aroma with bright, lemony flavors with a peppery, dry finish.
Our very second foray into the world of seltzers is Buzzz! A clean, crisp, 100% natural fruited seltzer made with cherry lime puree. Clocking in at 5% abv and 100 calories, you won't feel guilty about catching a Buzzz!
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
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!