Beer at South

*Local Brews in Green

Draft Beers

Backswing IPA

Lincoln, NE

Blue Moon Belgian Wheat

Golden, CO

Boulevard Wheat

Kansas City, MO

Bud Light

St. Louis, MO

Budweiser

St. Louis, MO

Busch Light

St. Louis, MO

Coors Light

Golden, CO

Empyrean Third Stone Brown

Lincoln, NE

Michelob Ultra Light

St. Louis, MO

Miller Lite

Milwaukee, WI

Samuel Adams Boston Lager

Boston, MA

Samuel Adams Seasonal

Boston, MA

Shock Top Wheat Ale

St. Louis, MO

Drafts/Rotating

These tap handles change constantly. We relish in featuring new and popular beers, a return to some old favorites, or experiencing something out of the ordinary. So when a keg runs dry, a different beer from that style will be waiting in the cooler to be tapped immediately. Ask your Server or Bartender for the latest additions. Enjoy.

Rotating "Brewed in Nebraska"

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Rotating "Manager's Choice"

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Rotating Cider

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Rotating Fruit

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Rotating IPA

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Rotating Porter/Stout

Alternating Styles, Ask Your Server

Pale Ales/Pilsners

Gold to light amber in color, the Blondes and Golds will be sweeter and smoother, the Pales will be crisp to bitter due to additional hops.

Deschutes Mirror Pond

Bend, OR

Kinkaider Devils Gap Jalapeno Ale

Broken Bow, NE

Lagunitas Little Sumpin Ale

Petaluma, CA

Oskar Blues Dales Pale Ale

Longmont, CO

Oskar Blues Mama's Little Yella Pils

Longmont, CO

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Chico, CA

Dark Ales & Lagers

These beers all are brown to black in color - the darker the beer the more coffee-like roasted character the beer will display. Brown Ales and Dark Lagers are the smoother of the bunch.

Abita Turbodog

Abita Springs, LA

Brau Brothers Ringneck

Marshall, MN

Shiner Bock

Shiner, TX

India Pale Ales

IPA stands alone! Most of these beers are Amber Ales but with heaping additions of hops that create big, piney, resinous, citrus bitterness.

Breckenridge 471 IPA

Breckenridge, CO

Deschutes Chain Breaker IPA

Bend, OR

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA

Bend, OR

Founders All Day IPA

Grand Rapids, MI

Lagunitas IPA

Petaluma, CA

Samuel Adams Rebel IPA

Boston, MA

Stone IPA

Escondido, CA

Zipline IPA

Lincoln, NE

Stouts & Porters

Historically, Stout means a "stronger" Porter. Many have a roasted, or coffee-like taste. But there are so many variations, you will get many unique tastes from this beer (i.e. "milk stouts", "oatmeal stouts", and "chocolate stouts"). This beer is bold and a great category to indulge in.

Boulder Shake Cocolate Porter

Boulder, CO

Brickway Coffee Vanilla Stout

Omaha, NE

Deschutes Black Butte

Bend, OR

Founders Porter

Grand Rapids, MI

Goose Island Coffee Ale

Chicago, IL

Millstream Schokolade Bock

Amana, IA

Youngs Double Chocolate Stout

England

Zipline Oatmeal Stout

Lincoln, NE

Amber Ales & Lagers

Gold to light amber in color, the Blondes and Golds will be sweeter and smoother, the Pales will be crisp to bitter due to additional hops.

Michelob Amber Bock

St. Louis, MO

New Belgium Fat Tire

Ft. Collins, CO

Oskar Blues Old Chub

Longmont, CO

Zipline Copper Alt

Lincoln, NE

Zipline Nut Brown Ale

Lincoln, NE

Wheat Ales

Pale gold in color, these beers are made with at least 40% wheat which gives them a refreshing lemon-citrus character.

Blue Moon Belgian Wheat

Golden, CO

Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat

Chicago, IL

Kinkaider Herd Law Honey Wheat

Broken Bow, NE

Nebraska Brewing EOS Hefeweizen

Papillion, NE

Pyramid Apricot Ale

Seattle, WA

Lagers

Lagers are like flags, every country has one, and if asked, every country makes the best in the world. Lagers are pale in color and typically are the easiest drinking beers with just enough flavor to be interesting and refreshing but not overwhelming.

Budweiser

St. Louis, MO

Coors

Golden, CO

Miller Genuine Draft

Milwaukee, WI

Miller High Life

Milwaukee, WI

Pabst Blue Ribbon

Woodridge, IL

Light Lagers

Like Lager in appearance yet lighter in flavor and 120 calories or less in a 12 ounce serving.

Bud Light

St. Louis, MO

Bud Light Lime

St. Louis, MO

Bud Select

St. Louis, MO

Bud Select 55

St. Louis, MO

Busch Light

St. Louis, MO

Coors Light

Golden, CO

Michelob Ultra Light

St. Louis, MO

Miller Lite

Milwaukee, WI

Seasonals

These beers vary by time of year - ask us what is currently available

Deschutes Brewing Co

Bend, OR

Goose Island Oktoberfest

Chicago, IL

New Belgium Brewing Co.

Ft. Collins, CO

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co

Chico, CA

Imports

Different tastes and styles from outside the good old USA.

Amstel Light

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Becks

Bremen, Germany

Corona Extra

Mexico City, Mexico

Corona Light

Mexico City, Mexico

Dos Equis

Monterrey, Mexico

Dos Equis Amber

Monterrey, Mexico

Grolsch

Enschede, Netherlands

Guinness

Dublin, Ireland

Heineken

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Newcastle

Tadcaster, England

Red Stripe

Kingston, Jamaica

Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout

Tadcaster, England

Belgium Style

Made with Belgium Yeast, these beers have a very distinguishable taste. Very estery (flowery or fruity), yet dry with a hint of sweet. Usually either love 'em or leave 'em.

Peace Tree Blonde Fatale

Knoxville, IA

St. Bernadus Abt 12

Watou, Belgium

Stella Artois Pale Lager

Leuven, Belgium

Flavored Malt Beverage

Henry's Hard Soda Orange

Milwaukee, WI

Mike's Hard Black Cherry

Seattle, WA

Mike's Hard Lemonade

Seattle, WA

Not Your Father's Root Beer

Wauconda, IL

Gluten Free

Alternative recipe. Classic taste. Brewed without wheat or barley.

Angry Orchard Hard Cider

Cincinnati, OH

Woodchuck Amber Ale

Middlebury, VT

Non Alcohol

Do you really need a description?

Becks NA

Bremen, Germany

O'Doul's

St. Louis, MO

Ciders

Angry Orchard Hard Cider

Cincinnati, OH

Redds Apple Ale

Milwaukee, WI

Woodchuck Amber Ale

Middlebury, VT