Wyoming is definitely lucky to have some quality breweries throughout the state. We happen to be that much luckier that plenty of them reside in the southeast region of the state. One such brewery from our corner of the Cowboy State recently competed at the 2022 U.S. Open Beer Championship in Oxford, Ohio.
As we have seen and tasted time and time again, Wyoming has some great beers that are made right here in the Cowboy State. We literally had a taste of several of those earlier this summer at the Wyoming Brewers Festival in June. But what about a brewery that also provides plenty of scenery, along with some adventure as well. It turns out Wyoming has just that. And it is one of just a select few across the country that was picked as having a 'great brew with a stunning view.'
What can we say? Wyoming knows its beer and we love a good beer at that! In case you couldn't tell from the Wyoming Brewers Festival that came through and took over downtown Cheyenne just a couple weeks ago, brewers and beer connoisseurs throughout the Cowboy State truly love their local beer. It just so happens, we love it so much, we're one of the best states for beer lovers.
Despite a decent amount of breweries for the lack of population in Wyoming, not everyone is a craft beer drinker. While there are plenty of those, there are definitely plenty of Wyomingites that want a beer and/or hard seltzer that is on the lighter side of things. So what is Wyoming's most popular light beer or seltzer?
The 26th Wyoming Brewers Festival has came and went but it couldn't have possibly been a better weekend. While the festival certainly centers around the beer being sampled, the people, the live music, and all around atmosphere makes the festival what it is year in, year out in downtown Cheyenne.