Belle Plaine’s latest brewpub, the family-owned Oldenburg Brewing Company, is set for its grand opening Wednesday, June 12.
The brewpub will be offering four house-made beers: a blond ale, a coffee cream ale, a pale ale, and an oatmeal stout.
Also for its opening, the company will offer a vodka, a bourbon and a finished old fashioned, all of which are made off-site.
In the near future, OBC will offer its fifth beer, an Irish red, as well as a White Russian finished cocktail, a Manhattan and a Martini. The pre-mixed spirits will be available for off-sale purchase.
The company will also rotate a limited number of in-house cocktails, Colt Oldenburg, who co-owns the brewpub with his father, Ron, said.
“We wanted to keep the bar fairly simple, and we’ve also designed our cocktails on the profiles of our liquor,” Colt explained. “Eventually, we want to have 8-10 beers on tap.”
The establishment at 116 W. Main St. officially opens Wednesday, June 12. Hours are set for Wednesday-Thursday 2-10 p.m., Fridays 2-11 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m.-11 p.m., and Sundays noon-8 p.m.
In addition to alcohol, OBC will offer flatbread pizzas, street tacos and other appetizers. For Belle Plaine’s German Day set for Friday, June 14, OBC will sell brats and sauerkraut.