Here are our seven beers that
will stick around all year.
Little Lady Grisette
Little Lady is a beer first brewed by our lead brewer as a dedication to his wife. Over the years there have been many different iterations, but Little Lady has always returned to her original form with a simple grain bill of Pilsner and Wheat and a blend of French Strisselspalt and German Perle hops. Fermented with a special strain of Saison yeast, this beer finishes dry while maintaining a soft mouthfeel. Why buy her flowers when you can brew her a beer?
Ninja Juice IPA
Stacy & Kyle Jukes' eldest son, who wasn't quite three, was watching TNMT while playing on his toy kitchen set. Always being around for brew days in the garage, he would sometimes “brew beer” on the toy set rather than make pretend food. After turning nobs and clanking around noisily, Weston brought Kyle a pitcher with his newest concoction. “Ninja Juice!” he exclaimed when asked the name. It was clear what had to be done - an IPA with Warrior, Citra, & Simcoe hops with assertive citrus, pine, and resinous flavor and aroma to solidify a shared obsession of Ninja Turtles between father and son.
Have A Day Pale Ale
Sticking to the theme of beers inspired by his family, Kyle set out to brew a beer dedicated to his younger son Bowen. Since he could speak, Bowen would tell Kyle “Have A Day!” each morning before he'd leave for work. Not have a good day, nor have a bad day, just to have a day. To embody such a simple yet intriguing statement we brewed up an easy drinking Pale Ale with Columbus, Simcoe, Centennial, and Azacca hops for a piney, floral, and tropical drinking experience fit for any day. Have A Day!
Style: Pale Ale
Merlin's Cream Ale
The property our brewery resides on has been home to a handful of businesses over the last century or so - A John Deere dealership, a hardware store, and until a few years ago a small engine repair shop run by Merlin Klintworth. Merlin called the space home for over half a century, eventually retiring at the age of 92. Here in the Cornhusker State, we wanted to pay homage to such a hard working individual with a Cream Ale, loaded with flaked corn and some specialty grains resulting in a slightly sweet beer with flavor and aroma of sweet corn, honey, and light toffee. This is our way of saying thank you to Merlin's years of dedication to his community and appreciation that we now call our brewery home on the same ground he worked for so many years. This beer is brewed to embody the spirit and hard work we intend to maintain.
Style: Cream Ale
Elkhorn Oil Stout
We thought it fitting to name our viscous oatmeal milk stout after Elkhorn Oil & Propane, a past business which resided in the building our friends at Main Street Studios & Gallery now call home. This ink black drink is layered with half a dozen specialty roasted dark malts in the mash and a generous dose of Lactose in the boil kettle which lend flavors and aromas of coffee, dark baker's chocolate, burnt sugar, and roast. CONTAINS LACTOSE.
Style: Milk Stout
A festbier for any season, our dark Marzen is our way of avoiding societal rules and expectations. A lot of breweries these days tend to release their fall seasonal beers during the heat of summer, so we took that approach even further by maintaining this toasty beer on tap year-round. Grab a pour and cheers to all the seasons.
All living beings must face him in the end as we transition back to dust. He harvests without discrimination. He is Death, and he is permanence. We brewed this Saison with a generous addition of Rye Malt and allowed it to free rise throughout primary fermentation with a unique strain of Saison yeast. Please enjoy this lovely light ale before the eminent catatonic surrender takes hold and there is beer no more.