Drinking

The First ‘Saloon’ Was In Wyoming
One of the most enduring icons of the 1800's is the old "wild west" saloon. Did you know the very first establishment to ever call itself a saloon was here in Wyoming?
Brown's Saloon was established in 1822 to serve thirsty fur trappers at the Brown's Hole t…
Which Historic Wyoming Saloon Has The Most Bullet Holes?
There are many legendary saloons here in the Cowboy State. Some of them even have a few bullet holes behind the bar.
Amazingly, one of Wyoming's most historic watering holes proudly boasts 56 bullet holes in its building.
Since 1893, the Cowboy Bar and Outlaw Cafe has hosted thirsty gunsling…
Which Cheyenne Brewery Has The Best Beer? [POLL]
Now that the Accomplice Beer Company is officially brewing their own beer in the historic Cheyenne Depot, we want to know, which local watering hole is serving up the best craft beer in the Capital City?
The taps at Accomplice now feature 10 locally produced beers, ranging from the sweet "Pi…
What is Wyoming’s Best ‘College Bar’? [POLL]
The national food website Delish.com recently released a list ranking the "Best College Bars in America".  Their choice for Wyoming's best college hangout was the Front Street Tavern in Laramie.
With all due respect to the Front Street Tavern, which is well known for …
The Best Small Town Bars in Southeastern Wyoming
If you're willing to get off the beaten path, there are some hidden gems in southeastern Wyoming.
Here's our completely subjective and totally unofficial list of the best small town taverns and saloons in the southeast corner of the Cowboy State, in alphabetical order...

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