Lincoln's Newest Brewery!
CodeBeer.Co = brewery + taproom
Located in the Telegraph District in Lincoln, Nebraska
Home is where the beer is.
Our humble home sits at the corner of Antelope Valley Parkway and N streets in Lincoln, Nebraska. We've reworked the space to accommodate a 15 bbl brewery and a taproom that combines the building's century-old character with a modern finish. The atmosphere is laid-back and comfortable with plenty of space and seating options.
We currently have 10 taps pouring and occasionally have food vendors offering tasty treats. On days where food isn’t being served at the taproom, guests are welcome to bring in their own food. Our goal is for you to be comfortable during your time with us! That's why we're open seven days a week. When you're ready for CODE, we're ready for you.
Light sweet malt flavor with a hint of corn (from flaked maize) and a very subtle noble hop character. Bitterness is soft and balanced with the light malts. All comes together for an easy-drinking, light-bodied beer.
5.3% ABV | 17 IBUs
Dark as night with an earthy, roasty edge that is reminiscent of coffee. This beer is all about the dark malts. Brewed with English malts and hops and American yeast. American yeast helps the roasty flavors come through.
5.6% ABV | 37 IBUs
Easy-drinking with a little tartness to make things interesting. The wheat character comes through along with notes of lime from the Cashmere hops.
6.5% ABV | 29 IBUs
This straight-forward American-style wheat beer uses equal parts pilsner and wheat malts to form a clean bready base. It's lightly dry-hopped with Citra hops to give it an awesome aroma.
5.5% ABV | 24 IBUs
Light and crisp, with a dry finish. Light malt sweetness with unique yeast flavors characteristic of French/Belgian yeasts. Our saison focuses more the citrus side of the style rather than the peppery.
6.5% ABV | 29 IBUs
Simcoe and Equinox hops create a very hop-forward and aromatic pale ale. It’s not just about the hops though, as the malt profile is full of toffee and carmel. Hops and malt combine to make for a well-rounded beer.
5.8% ABV | 47 IBUs
Mild only in alcohol, look for a toasty malt character with a roasty edge. Hop character is absent as this English beer is all about the malt.
3.9% ABV | 17 IBUs
Biscuity and slightly toasty with a slight fruitiness coming from the English yeast. Crisp bitterness from the English hops that balances well with the malt character.
4.1% ABV | 27 IBUs
West coast style red ale with a deep crimson hue with a complex malt character and moderate bitterness.