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Tap Room

Come on in and stay awhile!

Pals Taproom and Beer Oasis is the perfect spot to relax with family and friends while you sample some of Pals locally handcrafted brews. In Nebraska, you never know what the weather is up to, so we designed our facility around what we love to do, both indoor and outdoor!

Our Grain Bin Bar is open on most Friday and Saturday nights in the summer.

If it’s cold outside you can enjoy the warm feeling of our indoor Taproom and enjoy one of our specialty pizzas or create your own! If it’s warm outside you can sit on our outdoor wrap around patio or head out to the 2 acre outdoor beer oasis to meet new people and play some games! Complete with 4 corn hole boards, a Volleyball Court, Horseshoe pits, space for kids, and often live music, or just sit at one of the large picnic tables and meet other folks!  Our Grain Bin Bar is open Tuesday-Saturday nights in the summer.  

You are always welcome to

bring your own lawn chair and enjoy the Nebraska sunsets with some


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See what we're serving with our brews!

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We're not only known for our craft brews... we have several signature drinks that you should try!

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Don't stress... let us cater beverages at your next event!
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Take our brewery fresh beer home with you.
64 oz Growlers
32 oz Growlers
32 oz Crowlers
22 oz Bottles (select flavors)
1/6 Barrels (call for availability)
1/2 Barrels (call for availability)
Due to Nebraska laws, if you bring in a non-Pals growler, we are required to put a Pals sticker on it and make sure it has the Government label warning and the number of ounces of the container.
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