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Green Flash will build a 3rd brewery in Nebraska

San Diego, California based Green Flash Brewing will have a third location open by the end of the year. The new production facility will be based in Lincoln, Nebraska.

In a world of buy-outs and consolidations, Green Flash Brewing going a different way – expanding. The 10,000 square foot production facility, restaurant, and tasting room will be located within walking distance of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the downtown area.

“We will strive to offer the best possible guest experience and will cater to the community that surrounds us. This includes A/V provisions for Huskers sports during the season, allowing those in the immediate area to enjoy fresh Green Flash and Alpine beer both on and off premise.” Dave Adams, Vice President of Retail Operations for Green Flash Brewing Co.

2,000 square feet of the space will be dedicated to food and beer service, boasting around 100 seats. Expect “simple, well-executed simple dishes with suggested beer pairings.”

The production side will feature a brewhouse with a 10,000 barrel annual capacity, and will be under the direction of brewmaster Erik Jensen. The Nebraska facility will brew the Alpine Beer Co. lineup as well.

Green Flash is currently available in all 50 states, and celebrates their 15 year milestone this fall.



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