Nebraska Native

The First! Nebraska Native is the first ALL Nebraska grown ingredient,  commercially produced craft beer. Nebraska Native derives its unique flavor profile primarily from wild Nebraska foraged yeast and aronia berries, tart and rustic with layers of tropical fruit. We are especially proud to call this beer our own. For the full story on all the people that helped us make this beer a reality, go here. 5.2% ABV


The second batch of this New England-Style totally hazy and turbid (THAT!) double IPA. The hops run deep and they all come through LOUD and hazy in the nose. Flavor profile is creamy juice overdrive.  We collaborated with Lincoln beer expert Jason McLaughlin on this one. Meet your new citrus mistress. 70 IBU’s.  8.5% ABV

Mosaic Citra THAT!

This is our third batch of totally hazy and turbid THAT! IPA. We twisted and turned the knobs to lower the bitterness but retain the beer incognito as juice appearance and mouth feel.  It’s the hazy, tropical, citrus sensation that’s sweeping the nation. You dig?  7% ABV

Orange Smoothie Like THAT!

Orange and Vanilla haze craze hip-HOP hooray IPA-smoothie style. New England? Nebraska, fool! It be to haze like key be to lock. Cool like Dat. Chill like Dat. Haze like Dat. Orange like THAT! Digable.” 7% ABV

Pineapple Smoothie Like THAT!

This here is a Pineapple and Vanilla hazy fella. He can’t rap like his Orange cousin. He prefers to sit under a palm tree playing his ukulele with a hop nugget between his teeth while soaking up some citrus sun. Laid waaaaay back. 7% ABV

Bobber’s Big Red Rye

Our buddy, Mailman Bob Catherall, helped us with this rye pale ale. We often have Mosaic dry hopped versions of our hoppy beers. Wasn’t necessary for this one. Bob delivers the mail by day and the hops at night- by the truckload! 100% Mosaic that dances well with the spice from the rye. Speedy delivery! 5.6% ABV. 40 approachable IBU’s.

West Coast Wheat

This is our second batch of West Coast Wheat.  A good entry point for future hop-heads without having to go the “session  IPA” Detroit-Lincoln-Denver route.  The hops are rounded out pleasantly by the wheat.  Refreshing and delicious. 5.6% ABV

Holy Wood

Holy Wood is a Palo Santo Barleywine. What’s Palo Santo? Palo Santo wood is considered sacred by some and is often burned as incense due to its aromatic qualities.  It just so happens to add a specific and complex flavor profile when beer is aged in it. Besides adding its characteristic aroma, there are notes of wood, vanilla, cinnamon and coconut that make this beer unique. Fold your hands, bow your head, and take sip. Amen. 12% ABV

Hayseed Barleywine

A tribute to our brewmaster’s father Dave Thomssen. Unassuming and simple but gets the job done – and then some. Hayseed has rich, rich, rich caramel and toffee notes backed by complex malt. Tropical fruit and hops finish with the 1-2. Simple…but not really. 11% ABV

Raspberry Tart

Making its triumphant return! The answer is really in the question. A Raspberry Blonde that doesn’t sacrifice flavor while still being refreshing. It’s not a Pilsner. It’s not a stout. You’ll want to drink with your pinky out! 5% ABV

Tank 7.9

Tank 7.9 is a saison that was lovingly crafted in collaboration with Lincoln experimental home Brewer Sam Bates. The classic saison yeast strain is the defining characteristic of this beer that doesn’t taste nearly as big as it is. Dry, crisp, spicy, fruity – sort of like your crazy aunt’s sense of humor. 7.9% ABV

Koo Koo Blonde

A blonde ale with coconut? What-the-wha?!?!?! There’s no time for Q&A. This Phil Olsen inspired beer needs to be drank! There will be time for questions later. 5.6% ABV

Vanilla Creme Ale

Creamy concoction when an ice cream cone is too much and a plain-Jane beer is not enough. Here’s to compromise! 5.6% ABV

White Stout

A white stout? Who ever heard of such a thing? Actually, White Stout is blacker than Anton LaVey’s soul. But good thing our good buddy Matt White has a kind soul- because he helped us make this beer. White Stout is a double mash Russian Imperial Stout- meaning it got double the grain than a “normal” imperial stout. There’s no shortage of nuthin’ goin’ on with this beer. 12% ABV

Alcohall & Oates

Imperial Stout is what Alcohall & Oates is all about. Big, roasty, toasty notes do the trick by being slick and thick. The ABV hides its weight well. This one only comes out at night – she’s a Maneater! 11% ABV

Double Cafe Mocha

Coffee. Chocolate. Stout. Doubled down. No whipped cream. 8% ABV

This Is Not a S’mores Stout, Just a Tribute

Sometimes the tribute is better than the real thing. Want s’more? 6% ABV

Beastie Belgian Tripel

Triple? Tripel? Pronounce it how you want – we prefer to drink it!  Spice and bread define this big boy where the yeast is the beast! Slip on some clogs and blast the beats- no sleep ‘til Belgium! 9.5% ABV

McLaughlin’s Scottish 70

A nod to local brewing legend Jason McLaughlin, and Scotland, and beer. Carmel sweetness first with a mild dry, roasty malt finish. Minding its malty manners, boldly. 5.5% ABV

Orange You Thirsty Too?

Round two of this wheat citrus sipper. We turned up the volume on the orange for this batch from church voices to metal cries! Grab your ear plugs and dive in! 5.6% ABV



Cherry Ride

Cider? Yup! Gluten? Nope! We went the extra mile to make sure our first cider was not overly sweet but still very cherry. Virtually no alcohol notes but still plenty of flavor. Racin’ for pinks! 6% ABV


We have both 5 gallon and 16 gallon kegs of most of our beers available for offsite, noncommercial consumption. Email: to inquire on availability and price.