Cavernous brewpub located in a pretty attractive part of old town Omaha. Dark interior with lots of TVs. Fairly standard mega brewpub aesthetics. The beer selection numbered about 12. There were about 7 core beers plus seasonals. I couldn’t really find a uniting theme for the beers; styles varied widely (scotch ale to cucumber saison). I opted for a seasonal flight and found the beers to be sweet and samey. The food offered was at about the same level as the beer. Prices were cheap and service was lightening fast for my group of 14 people. Overall, an OK spot if you’re with a large group that doesn’t care about beer. Not a beer geek destination by any means.
Pretty huge place in downtown Omaha. Cool neighbourhood, old warehouse area. This place, however, is a bit too much family restaurant style. Okay average food. They have some pretty basic beers with some interesting seasonals and a couple bottles. Worth checking out in Omaha.
Pretty nice building with lots of room. I didn’t eat any food I was here simply to sample the brew. Most of the brews are very average with a few below. Geared mostly for the masses, nothing to get really excited for. I guess if you have a wife and kids this is more suitable for a family atmosphere. Plenty of other more interesting places in Omaha
Gigantesque brouepub localisé dans Old Market qui fait ancien quartier industriel transformée en nid touristique. Le service est impeccable mais la bière est malheureusement quelconque la plupart du temps. Je suis pas très charmé par ce genre de débit de boisson refroidi par la conformité.
Really nice and big old warehouse converted pub. Service at the bar was great with a focus on the beer. Selection was vast and their own, which was done in a huge cheap sampler. Food was very solid and filling. Overall a good place that ticks all the boxes and has better than average beer.