Farnam House Brewing Company specializes in well-traveled styles from the premiere beer-producing regions of Europe, including Belgium, France and Germany. While we started with takes on Saison, and continue to produce variations on this legendary style, there are plenty of other specialties we’ll bring to your glass. In summer, you might find our take on a cherry Kriek, or an all-smoked wheat beer called Grätzer. Around fall, we’ll serve the legendary Märzen. Omaha experiences some frigid winter weather, and that’s when we’ll increase the gravity and add some spice, with beers like our Spiced Tripel. And we’d be remiss if we didn’t join the time-honored tradition of serving Bock in the Spring.
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Belgian IPA – ABV: 7.4% | IBU: 65
A Belgian-style IPA fermented with our house yeast strain, which leaves an unexpected silky and rich mouthfeel while accentuating the floral aromatics of the hops. This beer is packed with flavor and plenty of hop bite yet balanced with the yeast character and a mild malt backbone.
Papio Kriek – ABV: 5.3% | IBU: 10
This beer starts as a tart wit produced by a special kettle-souring and is then fermented by a strain of wild yeast. The end result is a moderately sour pink beer that is rounded out with a touch of sweetness from dark cherries.
Bière de Garde – ABV: 6.2% | IBU: 22
An amber-colored French Farmhouse ale that is richer and more malt-focused in nature. It has a well-rounded, flavorful character from “guarding” it for a lengthier period of time to allow it to mature.