In the center of downtown Laramie, so it’s free 2 hour street parking. This place is much more of a restaurant than a brewpub, and the food was very tasty. Good restaurant style service. There is a bar section which may have been a bit more beery. There is also a billiards room next door which really just had one table, a poker table, and more restaurant tables. Beers were solid. Worth a stop.
Visited in 2010 with family that are not drinkers, so beer rating didn’t happen. The place is upscale with white tablecloths, etc, and knowledgeable staff. The food was above average, and the house beer was average. Overall, a good experience, but I need to return for a better take.
Sat at the bar and ordered food off of the bar menu. Set up like a fishing lodge, the bar stools are fixed logs. There is plenty of beer on draft. A very good variety of styles. Solid beers and awesome pretzels. Will go back.
I stopped by for lunch on my drive back to New York. It was a Thursday afternoon and about half-filled, yet the people working there were running around like it was rush hour. I sat at the bar and it took ten minutes before anyone came over to me and asked me if I wanted anything. The bar stools are finished logs, which look nice but there’s no place to put my feet when I am sitting at the bar so they are not all that comfortable. I had chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes for lunch which was fine. They had eight or so of their beers on tap and I enjoyed what I drank.
ajnepple (180) Denver, Colorado | February 19, 2013| Updated February 22, 2013
The ambiance was nice, lots of wood and cool barstools. The waiter was very knowledgeable and friendly. The service was great. They had 12 beers on tap. 6 regulars (they were out of pale ale) and 6 seasonals: wheat, amber, brown, wit, stout, porter and then a kolsch, black ipa, 2 saisons and 2 pumpkin ales. Most were pretty flavorful and enjoyable. The food was good and the value was great. I will definitely come back.
Awesome spot. Had a hearty and luscious steak salad with steak ordered medium rare actually coming out medium rare (i.e. what many places would give you if you ordered rare). Their stout on nitro was the best I’ve ever had served in such a manner, and the dregs of their keg of IPA with tons of floaties was awesome as well. Laid back atmosphere, attentive service, offered to replace the IPA with another beer when they noticed it was chunky and took the keg off. Just great all around.
A great brewpub in the unsuspecting town of Laramie, Wyoming. It definitely has a lodge-esque feel to it with the wooden tables and chairs (wooden bar stumps as well) and some stuffed game on the walls. It looks smaller from the outside than it actually is, but they have plenty of dining space and also several pool tables. They had 10 taps with 6 regulars and 4 seasonals, plenty of interesting beers which were average to above-average. The food was good as well (I had potato soup and a salad). The service was quite attentive and friendly. This is a great place to just kick back and chill for several hours with good beer in a relaxed, casual environment. I’m definitely glad I stopped by.
Stopped on our way to California. This was our second choice but should have been our first. A very nice atmosphere and a bartender that was interested in us and knowledgeable about beer. An exceptionable assortment of brews, including five or six seasonables. The sampler was very impressive served in 7 ounce pilsners. While not normally a fan of fruity beers the Solar Weizen was outstanding. You could put it on your Cherios in the morning and forget the bananas! This is the ONLY place to go in Laramie. Unfortunately ate at the other place and did not get to sample the food, but what I saw looked appetizing. Check out the pull handles of the taps they are unique