Green Flash Brewing Company has announced that the Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery is officially open in Lincoln, Nebraska, next to the University of Nebraska campus.
As Green Flash’s first full-scale restaurant, the new location will serve fresh Green Flash and Alpine beer, as well as a full menu of dishes highlighting fresh and seasonal ingredients, including various vegetarian options. The new brewery will be used to experiment and innovate, providing Lincoln with exclusive Green Flash offerings. Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery currently has 25 employees running the restaurant and brewery operations.
“We’ve been graciously welcomed here in Lincoln and already feel at home,” comments Dave Adams, VP of Hospitality for Green Flash. “We’re looking forward to being part of the community and providing a new place for people to enjoy delicious food and fresh beers. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive so far. It’s really special to see it all come together.”
Located at 16th and P Streets, the Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery is the company’s fourth location in the U.S. Attached to the restaurant is a 10,000 square-foot production facility.
Green Flash is an award-winning craft brewery founded in 2002 to bring fresh ideas and a sense of adventure to craft beer. Today, Brewmaster Erik Jensen leads brewing operations with unconventional ingredients and an obsession over every detail of the brewing process. Green Flash produces an eclectic lineup of specialty craft beers and distributes them throughout its core markets of California, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Nebraska. Based in San Diego, Green Flash remains independently owned and operated. It runs a full-scale brewery and tasting room in San Diego and has opened a brewhouse and eatery in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 2014, Green Flash acquired Alpine Beer Company, which is located and operated in the town of Alpine in Eastern San Diego County.
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