EOS Hefeweizen Bike Jersey Pre-Sale!

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You’ve been asking for them, and they’re nearly here!

Only $60 each!
Available in Men’s & Ladies Cut
Click Here to Order online by July 15th

Fine Print:

  • Once we get 15 orders, we’ll put the order in and the jerseys should arrive 3 to 4 weeks later
  • We’ll notify all purchasers via email when the jerseys are expected to arrive.

Please pick up at
Nebraska Brewing Company Taproom
6950 S. 108th St, La Vista NE 68128
ID will be Required to pick up your purchase

Nebraska Brewing Announces their #Cans In The Wild Photo Competition

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You’ve heard it before, yet it bears repeating;

Sure we could remind you about all the sciencey things that make this so, but it’s SPRING, and we want to spend our time reminiscing about our favorite reason to drink canned beers…
‘cuz you can take them oodles of places that bottles can’t go!
Take’em to the Beach, the ball game, on the boat, down the river, up a mountain, on a round of golf or just to the campground.

We know where we take our cans, but we want to see where you’all carry ’em!

Now through September share your photos of your NBC ‘Cans in the Wild’ on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, Tag Nebraska Brewing and use the hashtag #CansInTheWild.
At the end of each month, we’ll peruse all the submissions and award our favorite photo and caption with a $25 NBC gift card.

The first round of competition ends on April 30th! Don’t let the crappy spring weather deter you.
Get out and get a blizzard photo if you dare, and you might win yourself a $25 NBC gift card!
Round 2 – May 1st through May 31st
Round 3 – June 1st through June 30th
Round 4 – July 1st through July 31st
Round 5 – August 1st through August 31st
Round 6 – September 1st through September 3oth.


Exit 442 Celebrates Groundhog Day with Barrel-aged Beer Releases and a free Brewery bus tour.

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(La Vista, NE) – The members of Exit 442; Infusion Brewing Company SouthwestNebraska Brewing Company, Kros Strain Brewing CompanyPint Nine Brewing Co. & Patriarch Distillers/Soldier Valley Spirits joined forces for a Groundhog Day Barrel-Aged Beer Release & Bus Trip on Friday, February 2nd, 2018 from 4 pm to 10 pm.

Each brewery received two whiskey barrels from Soldier Valley Spirits last fall, and aged an exclusive beer in them, all of which will be tapped on Groundhog Day 2018!
A free “Hop on Hop Off” shuttle bus will run continuously between all 5-member locations from 4:00 PM -10:00 PM. The bus will begin at Infusion Brewing Co (6271 So 118th). Park your car at any location and hop on to easily enjoy all the specialty fermented liquids our members have created for this unique event.

  • Patriarch Distillers/Soldier Valley Spirits will be serving PATRIARCH WHISKEY – Patriarch Whiskey is a well-balanced spirit that’s easy to drink mixed or straight! It carries traditional rye and wood notes, with a smooth and slightly sweet finish.
  • Infusion Brewing Company Southwest will be serving Barrel-Aged Bensonator Doppelbock -In addition to the malty, roasty goodness you expect from our standard Bensonator Doppelbock this beer has taken on delightful oak & whiskey notes to create a truly unique & delicious beer. 9.7% ABV | 22 IBU
  • Nebraska Brewing Company Brewery & Tap Room will be serving Punxsutawney’s Panacea -Available on co2 or Nitro. Our winter warmer, with subtle notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, & clove, attains additional warmth from its time in the barrel. This one will keep your shadow away & winter behind you. 7% ABV
  • Pint Nine Brewing Co. will be serving Winter Soldier Imperial Stout – Hints of dark chocolate & cocoa. smooth oak character & subtle boozy notes. 8.7% ABV | 70 IBU
  • Kros Strain Brewing Company will be serving Barrely Wine Barrel Aged Barleywine – a 12% ABV beer that Starts with a touch of Toffee on the nose, then Sweet & malty with a touch of hops & dried stone fruits in the flavor, finally a kiss of whiskey & slight oakiness. 12% ABV

Exit 442, Omaha’s First Fermentation District, is a group of like-minded craft beverage producers located off Nebraska Interstate 80, Exit 442, founded in 2017 to help promote craft beverage awareness in SW Omaha.

For additional information or media interviews, please contact one of the association members. 

Infusion Brewing Co.
Michaela Lucas
@ michaela.l@infusionbrewing.com

Kros Strain Brewing Co.
Jeff Hardy
@ jhardy@krosstrainbrewing.com

Nebraska Brewing Co.
Kim Kavulak
@ kim@nebraskabrewingco.com.

Pint Nine Brewing Co.
Tammy Hynek
@ tammyhynekp9@gmail.com

Soldier Valley Spirits
Shannon Talbott
@ stalbott@patriarchdistillers.com

A Message from Paul & Kim Related to the MOAB Bottle Release

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There is never a perfect way to say that you’ve missed a target in our industry. What I can say however, is that our world is rife with imperfect things. Things that don’t work when you need them to or do their job when expected.

What I can also tell you, though, is that when it comes to our beers – Nebraska Brewing Company beers – there is no compromise. We’ve demonstrated this again and again over the years and if we’re going to do anything, we’re going to err on the side of quality and as close to our definition of perfection as we can possibly be.

In that vein, many of you have heard the noise we’ve been making with our new bourbon barrel aged Russian Imperial Stout, MOAB. This is THE beer that has created levels of excitement inside the brewery that we haven’t seen in some time. This beer has achieved the levels of quality and flavor profiles that represent all that is Nebraska Brewing Company.

So why am I now making a statement? Because we have an unfortunate development related to the bottled version of this beer. We set the release date based on our normal barrel aging and bottle conditioning process, yet the bottle conditioning is not where it should be at this stage to provide our fans with the finished beer that we’d hoped to have available on our targeted release date.

The upside is that the kegged variant is exactly where we’d hoped it would be. Flavor profiles and carb levels that are absolutely in line with our highest expectations for you, our loyal fans and consumers. The downside is that the bottles will get there, but by our calculations are still roughly 5 weeks away.

We know many of you had made plans to travel for this release date and we do indeed intend to launch the draught only version with the same level of fanfare during Omaha Beer Week here in our taproom in La Vista. We will conduct an incredible suite of food pairings with not only MOAB but with all the Betty variants including Black Betty, Sexy, Betty and Little Betty.

For those of you who still wish to travel or come in on this release date, we will be handing out tickets / numbers for the bottle release as if this was the actual bottle release date. You’ll have an early opportunity to get “in line” to secure bottles for the currently unscheduled release date. This will be the only day in line tickets will be distributed until the actual release date. Limits still apply and there will be no charge for these tickets until such date as we release bottles of MOAB. For those who obtain ticket numbers for later purchase, we currently intend to hold bottles for 30 days beyond our release date to allow for a trip to the brewery to pick them up.

This is craft beer. I wish there were better options but we simply cannot release beers before the moment where we feel they meet our standards. I hope you understand. And as I’m sure there are those that will still cast a critical eye upon the situation – yes, it truly sucks. Believe me, this is one of those times when the suckage nears maximum. Thank you for remaining fans of Nebraska Brewing Company and enjoy the beer in spite of the development. MOAB is a fantastic beer and it will be worth the wait.


Paul & Kim

Nebraska Craft Brewers begin the battle of LB632 #DontKillOurCraft

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Full Recorded Testimony of LB632 Hearing

Nebraska Craft Beer Friends

Please direct your attention to LB632, a bill introduced in the Nebraska State Legislature on January 18th, 2017.  At its heart, this bill stands to affect the craft brewing industry by stripping away rights gained under LB1105 in 2016!

— This bill is a job killer: It will curtail the expansion of the craft beer industry and impair our ability to invest in our communities, in agribusiness that supports our industry, and in manufacturing that supports our work.
— This bill was negotiated in secret without the input of industry partners and moved the goalposts established a year ago.
— This bill strips away existing rights that will likely lead to litigation against the state and impose a liability on the state coffers.

What can you do?
Contact your State Senators in support of Nebraska Craft beer.
Show your support & share the news by using the hashtag #DontKillOurCraft on your social media posts.

Local News Stories 
Grand Island Independent
Grand Island Independent 2/12/17
ROCK 100.7 FM
Hastings Tribune
Lincoln Journal Star
Five Minute Focus
North Platte Telegraph
10/11 News
10/11 News 2/13/17
NBC Nebraska 2/10/17
NTVABC 2/10/17
Omaha World-Herald 2/13/17
Kearney Hub 2/13/17

Statements from Nebraska Craft Brewers & Supporting Organizations
Empyrean Brewing Statement
American Beer Equipment
Pints & Politics

Events in Support of the Nebraska Craft Brewers
Lincoln Event 2/9/17
Omaha Event 2/10/17
Grand Island Event 2/10/17

Attend the hearing for LB632: Monday, Feb 13, 2017, at 1:30 in Room 1510 at the Capitol & join us for some craft beers afterward at The Happy Raven


Growers and Brewers working together to advance craft beer in Nebraska

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16 January 2017

Growers and Brewers working together to advance craft beer in Nebraska

La Vista, NE –  Nebraska Brewing Company is proud to host the 4th Annual Nebraska Hop Cup, a craft brew competition to benefit the Nebraska Hop Growers Association (NHGA) & the Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild (NCBG).

The event will feature 14 Competing Nebraska Breweries and their uniquely crafted beer made with 100% Nebraska grown hops. A ‘People’s Choice’ competition will take place on Saturday, January 21st, 2016 at the Nebraska Brewing Company Tap Room (6950 S 108th Street, La Vista, NE 68128). Tickets for the event are $25 per person and the event will run from 1pm to 5pm.
Tickets only available on-line

See the full Press Release Here


What Beer Should We Brew to Celebrate our 9th Anniversary?

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UPDATE:  Flock Of Cardinals (aka Conclave) – Imperial Pale Ale | 8.1% ABV | 38 IBUs


For our 9th Anniversary Party (on Saturday November 19th), we thought we should have the guys brew us a special celebratory batch of beer just for the occasion.
We’re known for our love of hoppy beers, and we have so many experiments that we’ve loved over the years, and while we were able to narrow it down, we were not able to come to a consensus.

We’re Hoping you’ll help us decide!

Vote for the Beer You’d love to see us brew for our 9th Anniversary
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Please Help us by sharing this poll and our Anniversary Party details with your craft beer loving friends.

This poll will close Monday October 10th, 2016

Nebraska Brewing Company Announces Silver Medal at the US Open Beer Championships.

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(LaVista, NE) – Nebraska Brewing Company was awarded the Silver Medal for Inception Series Sallyweiss, an Imperial Hefeweizen in the Category of Wood and Barrel Aged Pale Beer at the 2016 US Beer Open Championships in Oxford, OH.

Breweries from Maui to Munich sent in almost 5,000 beers representing over 90 different styles for the 2016 U.S. Open Beer Championship. This competition includes professional breweries and award-winning home-brewers. Today, U.S. Open judges from England, Canada and the United States announced the winners.

The full list and a recap of the US Open Beer Championships can be found here:  http://usopenbeer.com/

Nebraska Brewing Company was formed in November of 2007 and has established itself as a Midwest Innovator of quality Craft Beers and artisanal Barrel-­‐Aged Products. Building on a reputation for quality, flavor, and creativity, Nebraska Brewing Company strives to be a stand-­‐out in an ever growing field. Nebraska Brewing Company is proud to be locally owned and locally   operated.

Small, independent, and pushing the envelope.
For media interviews or additional information please contact Kim Kavulak kim@nebraskabrewingco.com.

Nebraska Brewing Company 6946 South 108th Street
La Vista, Nebraska 68128 402-­‐934-­‐0950



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