BlogNew laws, same family: OBC extending hours and offerings September 1

August 31, 2017by Omaha Brewmaster0

September 1 marks the beginning of a new era for Georgia craft breweries, and OBC is welcoming the changes with open arms.

Beginning September 1, beers will be sold by the glass on-site. To-go beer limits will be increased to 1 case per person, per day, or the equivalent of 288 ounces.

“We’re excited for everyone to come out and celebrate the beginning of a new era for craft breweries in Georgia,” said Owner Robert Lee. “The new laws will bring more jobs for our local community, more opportunity for new brands and more fun in Omaha Georgia.”

Tours will be available for purchase, but not required to order beer.

Our hours will also be extended:

Monday – Friday : 12 – 8 p.m.

Saturday : 1 – 9 p.m.

On September 2, we will be hosting a craft beer market featuring more than a dozen vendors and 16 beers on tap to kick off our new-found freedoms, as well as our normal food truck serving wings and burgers, and live music from Neil Lucas from 3 -7 p.m.

The full tap list for September 1 is below:

Farm-To-Pint Juicy Guava – NE IPA with Guava
Hannahatchee Creek – IPA
The Duster – Amber Lager
Juicy Lupuly – NE IPA
Moo Lala – Milk Chocolate Porter
Island Rain – Key Lime , Coconut Lager
Farm-To-Pint Wet Hop Pale Ale (Brewed with locally-grown hops)
Citrus Oma-Hop – Pale Ale with orange peels
Water Knocker – Watermelon Helles
Oma-Hop – Pale Ale
Orange and Brew – Pilsner with orange peels
Gnat Knocker – Helles Lager
Blackwater Wit – Black Wit with orange peels
Farm-To-Pint Juicy Mango Habanero Pale Ale
Cucumber Bliss – Cucumber Pilsner
Red-Eye Coffee Duster – Amber Lager with coffee
Doc Dweller – Berliner Weiss

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