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.
We all know that these next summer months will have plenty of beer festivals on the way. In fact, Gov. Gordon just signed a proclamation that declared next week as 'Wyoming Craft Beer Week'. But what if you drink beer and you're not much of a craft beer guy or girl? What if you're someone who likes a good domestic, which happens to be relative cheap in comparison to all the fancy schmancy craft beers out there. So which one of those 'cheap beers' is the most popular in Wyoming?
All beer lovers LOVE beer festivals! Sure, that's really like saying water is wet. But beer festivals are always fun events whether you're a beer connoisseur or just wanting to try a few brews with your friends. And wouldn't you know it, as it turns out, Wyoming's capital city is home to the Cowboy State's best beer festival.
It's a day that so many look forward to as a fun party day. Of course, I am talking about St. Patrick's Day. However you decide to spend the Irish holiday, there's one traditional drink that almost everyone can agree is probably the most popular on March 17th. That drink would be Guinness. Unfortunately, if you plan on purchasing one or two or five pints of Guinness on St. Patrick's Day, you happen to be in one of the most expensive states for purchasing the drink.
There is one thing that seems to be a staple across the country and that is the drinking of beer, but depending on where you live, you may be spending a little bit more on one of America's favorite adult beverages.
Recently, Laramie Main Street, which hosts BrewFest, announced that they were looking for several board members to join their team.
Main Street's non-profit Board of Directors identifies and mobilizes resources, builds volunteer support, develops new leadership, and maintains a clear focus on the district's needs and opportunities...