With breweries continually popping up in Nebraska (all over the U.S., really), we thought it would be helpful to keep track.
The Ploughshare taproom portion is expected to open in March and roll out a food menu. The brewery itself is expected to open in July.
Read more about how Ploughshare brought down a barn to put in the taproom.
The brewery offers unique beers alongside classics. Stop in and grab a brew and some items off their locally sourced food menu.
Opened in 2011, this Lincoln brewery has 11 brands available in its taproom and distributes to bars and retailers in Nebraska, Missouri and Minnesota.
Empyrean offers a wide variety of seasonal and house beers, including its Luna Sea ESB, which won a silver medal at the 2006 World Beer Cup.
Unlike many chain restaurants, Granite City brews all of its beer in-house. Check out its specialty brews at the Lincoln or Omaha locations.
The brewery, owned by Bill Baburek, who also owns the Crescent Moon Ale House in Midtown, features nine locally made ales: Bedford Park Black IPA, Second Base IPA, Pale Rider White IPA, Butcher Block Brown Ale, Unclearly Wheat, Joel Porter, Maiden Voyage American Stout, Pulley Man Pale Ale and Anything Goes Blonde.
Grab some tasty Indian food and a beer specially brewed to go along with it. Jaipur makes its own beer in- house, including a Jalapeño Ale and a Raspberry Wheat.
Grab a handcrafted beer and a slice of pizza at this southern Nebraska brew pup.
Lucky Bucket has expanded from a favorite Nebraska microbrewery to a six-state sensation. Its Pre-Prohibition Lager has won numerous awards.
Modern Monks brews primarily for Misty's Steakhouse. It has a number of classic beers, including a Belgian IPA and a Robust Porter, as well as seasonals with wacky names such as Just the Tip.
This brewery in Shadow Lake Towne Center has won a wealth of awards. Try its EOS Hefeweizen, a light summer beer with hints of cloves, nutmeg and vanilla. Nebraska Brewing is nearing the completion of its second facility, a production brewery and canning line located at 6946 S. 108th Street in La Vista.
Sample a Git-R-Done Golden Lager, one of many of this microbrewery's unique beers. Schilling Bridge offers a wide variety of wines, too.
"Nestled in the scenic North Loup River Valley, Scratchtown Brewing Company brews and serves a variety of handcrafted, local beer that prides itself on simplicity and Nebraska Sandhills water. Our mission is to craft a local beer culture that celebrates the wonderful variety of beers while building a viable industry in rural Nebraska. Join our passionate crew at the brewery where we always brew with a nod to the heritage of our home."
This family-run vineyard was purchased in 2001. It's best-known for wine, but it does beer, too, including a number of seasonal ales.
Spilker is best known for one beer because it's the only one they brew. Hopluia, a dry-hopped ale, has been the sole focus of the company since it was first made in 1997.
Try out Thunderhead's Cornstalker Dark Wheat or its Cropduster IPA. You can also pick up a can of Thunderhead's brew in retail locations across central Nebraska.
This local restaurant chain brews its own beer. With brews such as Mark's Strawberries and Creme Ale and Gettin' Ginger Wit It, Upstream offers some serious variety.
Zipline is relatively new to the brewing scene. Stop by its tap room and check out the Copper Alt or Country White.