There are a few places you can obtain goiardi packages, if you don’t want to build it from source yourself.
The most up-to-date, and the one with the most platforms available, is the collection of goiardi packages at packagecloud.io. These packages are built automatically when a new release is made. Currently, packages are built for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 on amd64, CentOS (etc.) 6 and 7 for amd64 (a.k.a x86_64 in Red Hat terminology), and Debian wheezy and jessie for amd64, armhf, and armel. On an experimental basis, there are also packages for CentOS 7 (well, more RHEL probably) and Debian jessie for s390x.
Goiardi has also been automatically imported to Ubuntu’s “universe” repository from Debian. At this time, it’s available since “Zesty Zapus” from the distribution repositories.
For those using MacOS X, there is a goiardi homebrew tap.
There are also goiardi docker containers on Docker Hub, for those inclined to use containers.
Additionally, each release on github includes a variety of binaries compiled for different architectures, many of which do not have packages.