Saying that it is hard to start a new business is an understatement.

Most news small businesses don't make it.

But that's nothing to be ashamed of. It's more of a learning experience for that business owner. They will try again, as they should.

A fine coffee roaster in downtown Casper, Wyoming tried.

But Barbarian Coffee Roasters has closed.

It's a real shame they didn't make it. Their coffee, roasted on-site, was exceptionally good.

Want to say a big thank you to all of our Barbarian family for coming out to help us close up shop. Thank you all for all of the love and support! We have been so blessed with how welcoming Casper has been to us while we were there. We will miss you all!
Thank you again!
-Ramsey family (Facebook Page).
Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media

The storefront is now empty and for rent.
136 S Center St.
Casper, WY 82601

There are still many other great places to get a good cup of coffee in Casper.

I'll just really miss these folks.

This was a veteran-owned and operated business.

The name BARBARIANS was inspired by the Barbarian in each of us, and the bravery required to face the unique challenges and battles placed in our lives.

Espresso on a wooden table
Dziggyfoto, ThinkStock Images

Their coffee was carefully selected from the finest regions and roasted on the spot, then sold. That's part of what made it so good.

To the owner and his family, sorry it did not work out.

I'll savor that last bag of beans I bought from you.

Good luck with whatever your next endeavor is.

Double Decker Coffee Bus

YES, you can enjoy your beverage upstairs.

The beautiful double-decker bus can be seen parked around Casper Wyoming in the summer.

They serve traditional coffee - various mixed coffee drinks - and real fruit smoothies.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

The Giving Hearts Of Meals On Wheels, Wyoming

There are people in your community that are stuck at home for various reasons.

They need help with food, and companionship.

In Laramie County Wyoming Meals On Wheels reaches out to them.

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