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this week's hours:

Mon - Thur: 5pm-11pm |fri: 2 pm - 1am | Sat 11Am-1am | Sun 11AM-10pm

Daily Events:

Tuesday: small batch beer release|Game Night with Bags tournament at 6pm

Thursday: Trivia with Trivia Mafia at 8pm

FRIDAY: TAPROOM TUNES LIVE MUSIC AT 8:30PM

SUNDAY: TRIVIA WITH TRIVIA MAFIA AT 7PM

Check our calendar for more events! 

 

 

Growlers & Roadies are available Tuesday - Sunday until 10pm pending availability.

*Please note, growlers cannot be opened or consumed on premises.*  

*No, we do not fill non-LLB growlers*

You must have valid state ID or passport to enter. We card EVERYONE!


Brewery Taproom in the Heart
of the Lyn-Lake Neighborhood

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Our Beers

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Our Story

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Meet The Brewers


Meet The Brewers


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Justin Skyberg

BREWER

What got me started in craft beer? That's a tough question to answer. Was it my vague memory as a child going up to the fruit bowl and finding that the grapes had turned into a crude version of wine- sparking research into fermentation? Was it time spent living in Wyoming with several trips per week to Fort Collins Colorado? Was it some marketing scheme that caused me to grab a outrageously green can of beer off the shelf, opening the door to craft beer with one of its founders?
I had heard stories about a close friend making beer in his kitchen; that always led to inches of water on the floor, people drunk, and an end result of a sub-par beer. So I decided to attend one of these get-togethers to satisfy my curiosity. Let's just say it was everything I expected and more. I also saw many ways of improving the process so I decided to make my own system. With much stricter tolerances for temp and sanitation, along with a sober mind and a foresight to not wear socks while brewing, I started making beer the winter of 2009.
Competition quickly excelled our skills and soon we were brewing week and sharing new techniques we had learned. Passing my beer out to friends and family soon turned into bringing 3 kegs to Christmas and donating my beer to charity auctions to raise money for worthy causes.
Then one holiday my uncle brought up an idea "how would you like to start a brewery?" How could I say no? Soon after I was sitting down with Paul and Mark sampling and describing my beer and talking about the possibilities of the future.