Craft Beer Made Here
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 have upwards of 14 different beers on tap and occasionally have food vendors offering a variety of different food options. 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! When you're ready for CODE, we're ready for you.
BB BROWN ALE
American-style brown ale that's easy-going without being boring. Toffee and caramel upfront with a light chocolate roast finish. It's a tasty beer that drinks lighter than its color would suggest.
HERR HONEY KOLSCH
German-style Kolsch with the addition of locally harvested honey from rooftop hives kept atop the Cornhusker Hotel. Light sweet malt with soft fruity yeast esters and a dry finish
BERRY LEMON SOUR
Wheat-based sour ale using lactobacillus and fruited with lots of blueberry and lemon. It's alluring color draws you in while the fruit-forward tartness and light finish keeps you coming back for more.
Go to the dark side with our robust porter. Dark and roasty with hints of coffee and chocolate, our porter carries some heft with a firm bitterness and full body.
American-style wheat beer dry-hopped with Citra and Cashmere hops. Bright citrus dry hop aroma, followed by a light bready malted wheat character.
Bready and biscuity malt with a touch of caramel up front, followed by a touch of a floral hop note and nice English yeast character. Very smooth and lovely.
Go for the gold with our German pils. All German pilsner malt gives a sightly sweet grainy malt foundation for a firm bitterness and crisp finish. Hattertau Hersbrucker hops contribute a light floral hop note.