There was an outpouring of generosity from pubs and breweries, which have offered to give their beer to the Illabo Hotel to help it reopen.
Publican Tony Espinosa was unable to accept the beer due to licensing agreements, but said the gesture was "bloody fantastic".
"They're brothers in arms," Mr Espinosa said.
He said the pub was unable to open due to a supply shortage, as breweries work overtime to meet the sudden reopening of pubs.
Mr Espinosa's friends had been sending him links to the Slim Dusty song A Pub With No Beer after reading about his hotel's plight.
William Farrer Hotel publican David Barnhill offered to lend him his beers, saying pub owners needed to stick together in times of strife.
"It's a great industry - we help each other out," Mr Barnhill said.
Thirsty Crow Brewery offered to donate one of their kegs, and wholesale manager Yolanda Keane said her heart went out to the pub-deprived people of Illabo.
"Beer definitely tastes best poured into a nice clean glass straight from the taps," Ms Keane said.
New Coolamon Hotel publican Jenny Steiner said she had been in the same boat as Mr Espinosa until she managed to get her hands on some beer on Wednesday.
"We haven't been able to purchase alcohol for two weeks, so we thought if we could give him one of ours that would help," she said.