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Omaha Brewing Company, Omaha

#14 of 42 in Breweries & Distilleries in Georgia
Brewery · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
When Dr. Robert E. Lee and family decided to start a brewing company in Omaha, GA, (Yes, Georgia) it wasn't only because we enjoy a good local brew, but because craft beer isn't prevalent enough in South Georgia.

With the ideas of family, friends and quality always on our minds, we wanted to make beer that people enjoy. Not just sometimes, but every time you look at the Omaha Brewery label, taste the foam and pour a glass.

Our Brewer Nick Fowler, formerly of Atlanta's Red Brick Brewery, uses only the best ingredients (And trust us, there won't be beer unless it's fresh) and a clean, consistent method to boil and ferment a beer the general himself would enjoy.
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  • We stopped in here after visiting the canyons. The beer was amazing. As a fan of drinking local, Omaha Brewing Company was amazing. The staff was outstanding and made us feel at home. Wish we could...  more »
  • We have traveled to Omaha, GA to visit the Omaha Brewing Co. Brewery several times. It is a great family friendly atmosphere with live music, games of all kinds, and even food trucks. It's well...  more »
  • Tour was short and sweet, immediately adjacent to the bar. Flight selection was from lager to IPA to Stout, all very nice. Famous Nate's food truck had great burger and fries to go with the flight. Music was good seating is casual. Great experience, would go again.
  • Really surprisingly strong craft brewery for being in such a small community south of Columbus. Better brewery than any option in Columbus, Phenix City, or Auburn. Plenty of space. Fun for families. Looks like it was restored from an abandoned school - interesting. Worth the trip.

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