Casper’s craft beer scene is strong, so it’s no wonder our breweries have a big presence on the Wyoming Beer Trail. Here are five can’t-miss beers from Casper’s stops on the trail.
The Brew: Midnight Sky Dark Rye
The Brewery: Frontier Brewing Co.
This smooth and balanced brew goes down easy and is a solid choice if you’re looking to stray from the IPA routine. Frontier even lets you order a growler fill online for easy pickup. Sign us up!
The Brew: Double Clutch Oatmeal Stout
The Brewery: Gruner Brothers Brewing
Who doesn’t love a good stout once in a while. Embrace the oaty deliciousness of the Gruners’ oatmeal stout. It’s full-bodied and smooth – a worthwhile choice if you’re looking for something that goes down easy and doesn’t pack a huge ABV punch. So head over to Gruner Brothers and tilt back a pint today.
The Brew: Shisa Hot Lips
The Brewery: Skull Tree Brewing
Have an adventurous palate? Then Shisa Hot Lips from Skull Tree is right up your alley. Spice and sweetness are unlikely allies in this delightful habanero and pineapple-anchored concoction. Be bold and give it a try.
The Brew: Alpine Glow
The Brewery: Mountain Hops Brewhouse
This bright and citrusy offering from Mountain Hops is sure to draw some double takes. Loaded up with blood orange, this American-style hefeweizen is light and refreshing. And it certainly lives up to its name.
The Brew: Hazy NEIPA
The Brewery: Oil City Beer Company
We had to fit in at least one IPA! This hazy is a flavorful mix of hoppiness and juiciness. Check it out at Casper’s newest brewery.
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