Give us your tired swill,
your weak beer,
your cheap beer,
your huddled masses of forgotten brew in the back of the fridge,
the wretched refuse of teeming cookouts past.  
Bring these all, the undrunk castaways, tempest-tossed, to us!
 

 
 

For our inaugural beer amnesty run, during the week of September 13, 2015, we collected hundreds of cans and bottles of unwanted beer at the brewery in exchange for fresh 6-packs of Brickway Pils, IPL, and Hef. No questions asked. 

Stop by the brewery and see what all the fuss is about:

Monday through Thursday: 4 PM to midnight
Friday: noon to 2 AM
Saturday: 11 AM to 2 AM
Sunday: 11 AM to midnight
 

 


WHAT TO DO WITH ALL THIs unwanted BEER?
We’re not hating on it. We just think there are so many other things you can do with unwanted beer other than drinking it. In fact, we’ve been on a mission to explore as many of those ways as possible. We’ll continue posting our adventures on the topic. In the meantime, please send us your suggestions!

 


Sometimes you reach a point in life when you want to taste your beer. Like from a can or a glass and not out of an 8-foot funnel or while standing upside down in front of a keg with the tap in your mouth. At Brickway, we make beer for drinking: brewed fresh on premises according to strict standards, tested recipes, and years of experience.
 

FUN FACTS ABOUT CRAFT BREWERIES

Craft breweries now represent 11% of the US beer market, to the tune of 21 million barrels of beer per year. (Source: Brewers Association, 2015)

We may have entered the fray a little later than Colorado or the Pacific Northwest, but Nebraska now ranks 12th in the country in craft breweries per capita. (Source: Statista, 2015)

 


FUN FACTS ABOUT BRICKWAY