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.
Easy and Light
Easy Drinking German Style lager light malt sweetness with no bitterness.
Hot As Helles
Traditional Helles Creek with a kick of habanero peppers.
Ein Prosit! Das ist güt, ja? Raise your stein and throw back a Portal Pilsner! Made with traditional German Style malts and Hallertau Mittelfruh hops, you'll swear that you're back in the old country. Goes perfect with a pretzel, a polka, and a bratwurst or even by itself! Get it while you can before ist weg. Prost!
Belgian Golden Ale brewed with a touch of rye malt.
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.
Brewed with our friends at The Casual Pint of Countryside Village for their 3rd Anniversary, this juice bomb of a double IPA was hopped with Galaxy, Mosaic, Citra, Rakau, and Kohatu Hops for an intense, hoppy experience! Congrats to the Casual Pint for another year!
Web of Lies
Our "session" New England Double IPA is jam packed with Citra, Mosaic, Galaxy hops and then for an extra juicy hit, we dry hopped with Southern Passion and African Queen hops! Candied Pineapple in a glass!
Fairy Nectar London - 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!
Brewed with our friends at Singlespeed Brewing in Iowa for the annual Nebraska/Iowa football rivalry! A juicy, hazy, crushable pale ale made with Nebraska hops and Iowa malts to prove that both sides can play nice! Perfect for anyone regardless of which side of the river you're on!
Et Tu, Cardinal?
Friends, Romans, lend me your beers! We fermented this beer on sac trois and kveik for some uniquely flavors to be complimented with the huge fruit notes from the Styrian Cardinal dry hopping!
Hazy IPA brewed for Omaha Tap House and the Taproom.
Why Dad Jokes? Because they're Corny! Nebraska's first ever NEIPA (Nebraska IPA) made with flaked maize in the grain bill! Slightly sweet, but hopped with Cashmere, Centennial, Sabro and Zappa hops for the next big thing in IPA!
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!
Sippin' On Some Citra
Sippin' on some citra, sip, sip, sip, sippin' on some Citra...Our late addition Citra single hopped, Pale Ale will not only stick around on your tongue with huge citrus flavors, but now the song is stuck in your head...you're welcome!
Malty and Roasty
A Robust, roasty porter perfect for a cool autumn day or for a night in the pub!
We took the original and made it better! Bigger ABV, more chocolate and a more velvety body. Its a milkshake in a glass!
Boysenberry and Lime get together in a glass with a bit of tartness that will make this beer the hottest pour north of Havana!
Saturday Night Book Club
Our next entry in our Book Club series where we use wine yeast instead of beer yeast to ferment. This time we used Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape musk to really kick up the wine flavor.
Break out the flip flops and uncover the pool, because the first taste of summer is here! We brewed our version of a Light Mexican Lager and added lime so you don't have to! Add just a touch of salt and all you need is a beach front view! Try it as a michelada as well!