Omaha Brewing Co Brews
This slightly hazy copper brew pours with a white head at only 53 IBU’s and has a low perceived bitterness. With a refreshing malty backbone, this beer finishes with a strong citrus flavor resembling orange peels derived from the large Amarillo dry-hop. If you’re a hop head, drink this beer.
Upon pouring, this beer is light in color with very little haze and a very thick head. Similar to traditional German-style Weissbier, this beer boasts huge banana and clove aromas followed by a wonderful taste of banana, vanilla and spices that finishes with a fruity, smooth aftertaste. The fluffy mouthfeel can be attributed to the amount of protein gained from the wheat which also leaves a beautiful lacing in your glass.
The Doc Dweller is our adaptation of the German-style Berliner
Weisse. Our Georgia-style Berliner pops with an initial tartness that
gently tingles the palate and incorporates white wine and green grape
notes, derived from the beautiful combination of lactic acid and New
Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops. With a light, golden and slightly cloudy
appearance, we believe the Doc Dweller combines everything necessary
to enjoy a day on the dock.
A light Munich Helles lager pale in color with a sweet cereal nose and a dry finish. An easy-drinking, light beer full of simple flavors. Whether the weather is hot or whether the weather is not, this brew was meant for relaxation, enjoying good company and watching the south Georgia sunset. Knock a few back, because the only thing more persistent than gnats is a pint glass bugging you for more.
At first glance the Kolsch appears extremely light in color with a slight haze achieved from the use of wheat malt. The aroma gives off a dry, crisp smell similar to a pilsner or lager with hints of green grapes and other fruity notes derived from the Nelson Sauvin hops. Upon tasting, the drinker will notice a clean crisp flavor as hints of fruit dance on the tongue, and the flavor evolves into a refreshingly dry finish similar to a white wine leaving the drinker wanting another taste.
A sweet stout dark in color that pours with a brownish, white fluffy head. Tastes of coffee, milk chocolate and roast play on the tongue as the beer finishes with a soft sweetness from the addition of flaked oats in the mash and dehydrated milk sugar in the boil kettle.
OBC’s new spring release, the 5.56 India Pale Lager, pours with a brilliantly transparent clarity and is dry-hopped with all-American hops; Cascade, Mosaic, and Citra. The crisp mouthfeel combined with robust piney, citrus, and grapefruit aromas make for a sessionable spring lager you’ll surely enjoy.
OBC’s fall seasonal release, the 7.62 Imperial Brown Ale with Toasted Coconut, begins with a smooth and creamy mouthfeel imparting nutty and toffee flavors on the tongue. Immediately following, a burst of coconut flavor explodes leaving the drinker reminiscing of Samoa Girl Scout cookies. This beer boasts a mahogany coloration derived from caramel and chocolate malts. The base brew ages post fermentation for several days in a conditioning tank with toasted coconut, ensuring a caramel, coconut indulgence that pairs perfectly with dinner or dessert.
This beautiful barrel-aged stout boasts a bold flavor profile with chocolate, roasty, coffee, oak, bourbon whiskey and vanilla notes derived from the combination of seven malts and barrel aging. Limited release.