Stopped in 17 March, 2017. The bartender was pretty cool. We were his 1st customers of the day. The food we had was fine. Regular pub grub.
My taster flight of 8 samples was $15.00.
Overall I could see the customer service change as the place got busier. (they seemed like they would be understaffed for St. Paddy’s day)
I don’t have anything overly exciting or negative to say about this place.
Visited on a Thursday night. Located in a large strip mall/shopping area. Plenty of parking. Service was above average on our visit. Selection of 8 taps, sample flights available, some bottles for sale. Food was very good. Average value for the Omaha area. Overall this is a clean brewpub, with some good beers, and decent food.
Location and ambiance are antiseptic, but its appealing to the Papillion demographic. Beers are solid, but the selection (of their own beers) is dominated by the standards. For a better selection, the taproom is the place to go. It’s also less busy.
Not a bad vibe going on, but the service was almost as bad as their tap room location. Not very busy and service was still slow. I wanted to do a flight and the waitress told me I should just do some pints instead since Sunday pints are only $2.50 and almost as cheap as samplers. I explained I was just brewery hopping and trying things I hadn’t had and she couldn’t get over the fact I didn’t want full pints. Somehow I think it offended her. FInally gave me what I wanted and didn’t talk to me again until I had to basically shoot off a flare to get her to give me the check after sitting there for 45 mins just to try 4 samplers. I’ve concluded this company is run by a bunch of frat boys and their girls and have no customer service or care at all. The 1% of jerks in craft beer are right here. The kid at the host desk by the door was also picking his nose. Great job guys. Not. Only reason this place is Nebraska’s most well known brewery is their marketing ability. Overpriced too. Sampelrs were supposed to be 5oz but they were using glasses from previous Nebraska Beer Fests and those are only 4 oz so you definitely got screwed on amounts. Didn’t eat any food but from what I saw other people having it looked pretty poor.
A nice comfortable pub in a shopping complex. Brewing equipment and actual used casks are everywhere. Family run, the service is friendly and comforting. Large selection of their own stuff plus a ton of only local craft. Great place for a stop and beer is all pretty decent.
Visited on a Thursday during lunch time. Located in a new outdoor suburban mall on the outskirts of Omaha. The inside of the building and the food menu is a little more upscale that your typical brewpub. Approximately 8 beers on tap, sampler flights available. I think Nebraska Brewing Company is hands down, the best brewery in Nebraska. All the beers on the sampler tray were solid to great. Definitely worth a stop if you are in Omaha! The one downside to Nebraska Brewing is that the beers they distribute to Kansas City are all ~$20/750ml bottle. And while their beers are very good, I will pretty much never buy them, due to the price.