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Beers on Tap

In addition to our standard beers, We maintain 15 rotating tap handles. Our goal is to focus primarily on local and regional beers, but also bring in interesting national selections. We always try to keep several varieties of IPA's, as well as some darker beers, a cider and a sour. Our selections also follow the calendar with seasonal beers we hope you'll enjoy!

Beers - This is our standard offering we always have on tap

Tap 1   Bud Light
Tap 2  Truly Wild Berry 
Tap 3  Blue Moon Belgian White
Tap 4  Coors Light
Tap 5  Michelob Ultra
Tap 6  Miller Light
Tap 7  Busch Light
Tap 8  Weihenstephan (seasonal)

Rotating Beers

Original Cider

Glacial Till

Local cider variety made in Palmyra, NE

Fair Nectar Hazy IPA

Kros Strain Brewing

This New England style hazy IPA is brewed right here in Omaha.

Pumpkin Ale

Great Divide Brewing

A toasty brown ale with notes of pumpkin, brown sugar, and spices, PUMPKIN ALE is sure to be your new favorite seasonal treat. The rich malty backbone enhances the autumnal flavors creating a delicious sensory experience without being overly sweet. From Denver, CO

Screaming Gecko Juicy IPA


One sip of this Juicy IPA will get you "screaming" for another...hopefully not as terrifyingly as a gecko that loses its tail! Made with A LOT of Mosaic and El Dorado hops!!! Brewed in Syracuse, NE

Unlock the Time Dragon

Cosmic Eye

A simple grain bill and clean fermentation allow the hops in this beer to shine through. Lots of hop flavor with a restrained bitterness. Orange, grapefruit, pine. Brewed in Lincoln, NE


Keg Creek

A shockingly easy-drinking 7.0% ABV IPA with an electric bouquet of tropical & citrus flavors. Nugget, Sultana, Citra, Mosaic, and Eureka hops provide the spark that makes Neon Beer Hug shine! Made in Glenwood, IA


Samuel Adams

The first thing you notice when pouring this Märtzen-style beer is the color. It has a deep golden amber hue which itself is reflective of the fall season. A malt lover's dream, this beer offers a delicious harmony of flavors. From Boston, MA

Brick Red

Keg Creek

Brick Red Ale is an easy drinking beer with just enough complexity to make it interesting. It drinks like a lager, with the attitude of an ale. Nutty aroma gives way to mild sweet caramel flavor and subtle background hops. All this packed into a light body that finishes exceptionally smooth. Made in Glenwood, IA

Strawberry Rhubarb Sour

Great Divide Brewing

Strawberry is the yin to rhubarb’s yang—the sweet to the tart. This beautiful partnership creates a beer that glows ruby in the glass, bursts with strawberry aroma, and bites with every sip. Bright and effervescent! Brewed in Denver, CO

MAS Mexican Lager

Keg Creek Brewing

Keg Creek's homage to the easy drinking beers of Mexico. Para nuestros amigos y familiares. Brewed in Glenwood, IA

Vanilla Bean Pumpkin


Nothing welcomes fall quite like the flavors of pumpkin and spice. Our classic Vanilla Bean Blonde has been blended with a generous addition of smooth pumpkin goodness and a hint of spice for a perfect fall time treat. From Omaha!

Blood of the Unicorn Red Ale

Pipeworks Brewing Co.

In this epic battle, the Blood of the Unicorn has been shed by the sword of the deadly assassin of the east. One sip of this aggressively hopped red ale clearly reveals what drives these, the greatest of, hop heads of lore. Is this the end of the mythical horned horse? Or will he rise like the phoenix to fight another day? Brewed in Chicago

NEON Beer Hug

Goose Island

A shockingly easy-drinking 7.0% ABV IPA with an electric bouquet of tropical & citrus flavors. Nugget, Sultana, Citra, Mosaic, and Eureka hops provide the spark that makes Neon Beer Hug shine! Made in Chicago.

Sun of the Beast Cream Ale

Kinkaider Brewing

A light cream ale with a slightly sweet vanilla bump. Brewed in Broken Bow, NE

Cream Ale

Code Beer

Light sweet malt flavor with a hint of corn (from flaked maize) and a very subtle noble hop character. Bitterness is soft and balanced with the light malts. Made in Lincoln, NE

Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

Benjamin Franklin

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