Best of the Best 2019 Award Winner!

We are both honored and excited to be voted Best Night Spot - Place to meet up with friends!

The annual contest from The Loomis News thinks we’re cool for hanging with your besties. Whether it is for a beer, house made grub, or glass of wine, we got you covered! The patio is perfect for families and enjoying the beautiful weather. If you haven’t stopped by yet, we encourage you to say Hi and bring a friend!

Loomis News Award Best of the Best

Merchandise Available

Shirts, Hats, Bags, and More!

Come see what we have in stock! Shirts in all colors, sizes, and styles for both men and ladies. Limited-run hats you don’t want to miss out on. Bags that are perfect for school, work, or a weekend bag.

Let us know what you want to see us carry. We’re adding new merchandise all the time!

Tag us on FB or Insta for your chance to be featured on our social media channels. #GanderTaphouse

Gander merchandise

Mercury News 5/12/19

South Placer: Family-friendly outdoor adventures — with great beer, food

By Jessica Yadegaran, Bay Area News Group
PUBLISHED: May 12, 2019 at 8:00 am | UPDATED: May 13, 2019 at 2:43 pm


“Up the road lies Loomis, where produce and hops farms dot the rustic landscape — and you can tuck into fresh salads and crisp craft beers at the new Gander Taphouse. It’s located inside the former Blue Goose fruit-packing shed, and even there, our son was in his element, challenging neighborhood kids to shuffle board and foosball.”

Read full article and other places to visit in the area:
https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/05/12/south-placer-family-friendly-outdoor-adventures-with-great-beer-food/

Buddy Beer Board

Beer it forward! Come in and check to see if a friend bought you a beer on the Buddy Board. 

Or, buy your friend one and get their name on the board. Does someone you know have a birthday, anniversary, or retirement coming up? Gift them a beer!

Guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face.

Buddy Beer Board

Disclaimer: Just because you see your name on this board, doesn’t mean you get a beer. Check the actual board for accuracy.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

It’s Official - Yahoo!

Once you family and friends have gathered and the ribbon has been cut, the real fun (and work!) begins! Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate the beginning of a new adventure for us in Loomis. Our ribbon cutting ceremony is something we will remember and cherish for a long time.

Click to see pictures: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs9m_kpnXhmEbSls8BMrIyTAi01YOu_9rkl9aE0/

Sac Business Journal 1/18/19

By Sonya Sorich  – Digital Editor, Sacramento Business Journal
Jan 18, 2019, 11:10am EST

Happy Friday, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today.

Yes, I have beer news

In July, I told you about Gander Taphouse, a new locally owned business planned at 3550 Taylor Road in downtown Loomis. Update: The taphouse opened Thursday, according to a Facebook announcement. Yes, there's beer, but the food menu also looks intriguing. See you there.

Sac Business Journal 7/3/18

By Sonya Sorich  – Digital Editor, Sacramento Business Journal
Jul 3, 2018, 5:54pm EDT

Two entrepreneurs hope to open a new Loomis taphouse in September.

The business, called Gander Tap House, comes from the husband-and-wife team of Nate and Kim Peters. It will fill 3,500 square feet at 3550 Taylor Road in downtown Loomis. The location is within the building that includes Blue Goose Event Center.

The family-friendly taphouse will offer food and beverages, according to Nate Peters. An application to sell beer and wine at the business has been filed with the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

The owners of the business aim to have 30 taps, most of which will be beer. They also plan to have cider and kombucha on tap.

Nate Peters expects the project's costs will extend "well into the six figures." He and his wife have no outside investors. The business will likely employ nine people.

The food menu is still being finalized, but Nate Peters said it will focus on lighter fare. He currently works as a general contractor, and was previously general manager at the former River Rock Cafe in Roseville. He plans to operate the taphouse full time.

He said he saw a market for his concept in Loomis. Not far from Gander's planned location, Loomis Basin Brewing Co. operates a gastropub and smokehouse.

Learn more about Gander Tap House on its Facebook page.