Handcrafted Beer

Join us every Sunday as we release a new small batch beer!

Oëttinbacher

Dark brown, roasty, and smooth with notes of chocolate the Oëttinbacher was brewed with 14 different barley malts, a hefty proportion of wheat malt, and roasted barley. German noble Hallertau Mittelfruh hops and two separate yeasts were used to complement the smoothness of this hearty winter brew. If you are a coffee drinker then don’t pass up this roasty delight.

Specifications: 4.7% abv, 20 IBU, 33 SRM


Cody Winter Ale

The warmth of the Holiday season in a glass. Our malty winter brew gets its deep depth of flavor and color from mixing English Maris Otter with dark German Munich, English Crystal malts and a touch of dark Belgian candi syrup. Throw in some fresh ginger root and a dash of other spices and you get a winter ale capable of adding warmth to your heart on even the coldest, windiest Nebraska days.

Specifications: 5.9% abv, 25 IBU, 20 SRM


Palgian Mini Blonde

Inspired by the Abbey Single beers of Belgium, our Mini Blonde is dry and effervescent with a touch of candi sweetness from additions of Clear Belgian Candi Syrup. These beers were traditionally brewed to sustain the Monk’s during periods of fasting. No need to fast here at Pals just drink and enjoy.

Specifications: 5.6% abv, 20 IBU, 3 SRM


Hershey Honey Wheat

Made with local honey from LONG’S HONEY FARMS just down the road in Hershey, NE. This beer starts out with a solid base of American White Wheat and Irish Barley Malts accented with a touch of Saaz hops and finishing with a distinctive dry lingering honey kiss. Orange slice optional.

Specifications: 6% abv, 23 IBU, 5 SRM


Almost Red Mild

My English Red Ale is so smooth it’s kind of an English Mild but don’t judge a beer by its color! If you’re one of those people who cringes at any beer darker than recycled American lager, give this one a try. You’ll be glad you did when a healthy dose of Irish Red Ale malts and the English Kent Golding Hops go down as smooth as a North Platte summer sunset.

Specifications: 5.5% abv, 25 IBU, 17 SRM


Irish Stout

Traditional dry Irish Stout carbonated with nitrogen for an easy drinking soft, smooth pint an Irishman can be proud of!

Specifications: 3.7% abv, 30 IBU, 34 SRM 


Jerry Light

My lightest beer is “brewed for the average Jerry” at the request of some family friends who rather fondly refer to each other as you guessed it … Jerry. Crafted with German pilsner malt and Noble Hops to create a light and crisp refreshment with little to no hop bitterness. Slight haziness from famous German yeast.

Specifications: 4.9% abv, 18 IBU, 2.5 SRM


English Brown Porter

This brown ale uses Maris Otter and dark English crystal malts to create a malty, roasty, dry brew with hints of chocolate but without the acrid bitterness of stout. Just enough English hops to balance the malt. A very approachable kind of dark beer.

Specifications: 4.7% abv, 23 IBU, 22 SRM


Nob’s “Bllleaagghh” IPA

Named after the sound the old Nob used to make after sampling my IPAs. Don’t be a nob. Embrace the hops. A deep orange amber colored brew where pounds of juicy pine rose OJ hop goodness meet a hefty backbone of pale ale and other aromatic malts. The IBUs don’t begin to tell the story of this IPA. (Not for Nobs)

Specifications: 6.7% abv, 55 IBU, 7 SRM


Jalapeno Cream Ale

My good brewing friend Jeff Scanlan taught me how to brew this gem right before I moved to North Platte. To me it’s a celebration of the sharing and camaraderie that makes being a part of the craft brewing community such a joy. Honey sweet malt meets the fresh aroma and flavor of ripe jalapeno peppers and dance on your tongue. If you love jalapeno flavor without the heat then this brew is for you!

Specifications: 4.7% abv, 15 IBU, 4.5 SRM


Palgian Pale Ale

Belgian malts and clear candi syrup are mated with Slovenian and German Hops in this Belgian-style beer brewed with the same yeast used by Trappist Monks for centuries. Pale amber in color with slight perception of sweet fruitiness.

Specifications: 5.4% abv, 24 IBU, 8 SRM