IF YOU LIKE
IPA and Pale Ales
Sierra Nevada’s Pale Ale, Sam Adam’s Rebel IPA
Hops are the key here, these beers boast a hop presence that is far more pronounced. These can come across as citrusy, piney, resinous and dank. The combinations are endless and the hops impart a bitterness that is beloved by those who love them.
YOU SHOULD GIVE THESE LOCAL BEERS A TRY
Nebraska Brewing Company Hop Anomaly
Zipline Farmhouse Pale Ale
Blue Blood All Hopped Up IPA
Empyrean Mango Double IPA
Brickway India Pale Lager
Infusion Radial IPA
Infusion Blood Orange IPA
Scriptown Lone Tree Session IPA
Upstream Flagship IPA
Nebraska Brewing Cardinal Pale Ale
*Beers subject to availability per season
These beers are wonderful, but don’t have major commercial examples to compare to.
- Scriptown’s St. Mynrad Belgian Golden Strong Ale Complex, spicy aroma, with just a hint of sourness, and always delicious.
- Peace Tree Templeton Aged Indecision Black IPA Think an IPA, but with dark roasted malt you might recognize from stouts. It’s the best of both worlds. THEN it’s aged in Templeton Rye barrels.
- Upstream Barrel Aged Quad A Belgian style quad with hints of dark dark fruits like plum, raisin and dark cherry, with the oaky vanilla that barrel aging provides
- Lucky Bucket Oud Bruin A delicious, very tart Belgian style brown ale.
- Thunderhead Jalapeno Ale It’s a Jalapeno Ale!!! Rejoice!