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Lazy Horse Vineyard and Brewing is located at 211 Rd 20 Ohiowa, NE 68416 | Phone: +1 402-295-2550

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211 Rd 20 Ohiowa NE 68416

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Lazy Horse Vineyard and Brewing
4.7
Based on 67 reviews
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Holly Loos
Holly Loos
01:02 02 Aug 20
Thanks for the brisket mac and cheese wirh 2 tiny chunks of beef.
Delene Dilsaver
Delene Dilsaver
01:48 29 Jun 20
Always a good time! Yummy pizza and great staff!
Karen McLaughlin
Karen McLaughlin
00:45 07 Mar 20
We came out from Lincoln and are glad we did. Beer was very good, especially the salted caramel and blood orange ale.... Pizza, though a little expensive, was terrific, with lots of cheese.read more
bill leak
bill leak
01:14 09 Oct 19
We happened upon this great very rural place a few years ago, it is now a must stop while we are near, with a great... selection of craft beer brewed in house, & wines, the food is superb too. We have become good friends with the owners, Jim & Julie, great people, this place is well worth your stop even if you have to go out of your wayread more
Adam Gartner
Adam Gartner
18:17 07 Oct 19
We enjoyed the wine, and the food was good but expensive. We were there on a team trivia night and had a lot of fun.... Biggest issue was the price of food. The brisket nachos had very little brisket, and the pizza is very expensive for what you get. I understand that we are paying partly for the experience, but for $22, the thin 12" pizza is just not worth it. Bring down the food prices and it's 5 star.read more
Michael O'Neal
Michael O'Neal
01:32 29 Dec 18
This was an amazing experience not usually found in rural Southeast Nebraska! If you live in driving distance of this... place, you must go! 5/5!read more
Julie Hull
Julie Hull
01:34 29 Jul 18
This brewery and vineyard was like a breath of fresh air. I was immediately greeted with friendly service and offered... recommendations on the beer. I had both a beer flight, glass of wine and pizza from a wood fire oven. The server suggested I try mixing the salted caramel blonde ale with the coffee kolsch, which was delicious. The patio is spacious with great views of horses grazing and the vineyard. Parking is plentiful. Lazy Horse Vineyard and Brewery is certainly worth the drive.read more
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