The Wyoming Whiskey mission is to produce Wyoming’s first premium whiskey, using regional ingredients, through a select process that promotes Wyoming’s natural and human resources.
The Northern climate has challenges an independent distiller won’t find in, say, Kentucky…READ MORE.
– by Joe Lindsey, Outside Magazine
Topaz/amber color; impeccable clarity… A Whiskey distiller to watch.READ MORE.
– by F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal
FATHER’S DAY GIFT GUIDE
The first time I ever tried this small-batch bourbon was one evening at camp at the end of a Wyoming-pronghorn hunt. It’s hard for me not to make that connection when I enjoy it now. The whiskey is smooth and has notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and charred oak. Wyoming Whiskey has grown a lot since it first came onto the scene (and won its share of awards), and these days, you can now find a bottle in just about every state. READ MORE.
– by Colin Kearns & JR Sullivan, Field & Stream
BEST CRAFT WHISKEYS UNDER $50
Wyoming Whiskey makes one of the top bourbons outside of Kentucky, and it’s one of the best kept bourbon secrets anywhere across the country. The wheated bourboon is aged for over five years in full-size barrels, making it one of the more mature craft bourbons out there, with a rich, sweet profile offering caramel and char. This one is priced to move but it’s flying under the radar. READ MORE.
– by Kat Odell, EATER
WHISKEY WITH A TASTE OF WYOMING
What’s Wyoming’s terroir? That’s the question Brad and Kate Mead posed to David Defazio in 2006, when the husband and wife told Defazio of their plans to open a distillery called Wyoming Whiskey. READ MORE.
– by Zak Stambor, Chicago Tribune
SKI COUNTRY’S BEST CRAFT BEER AND SPIRITS DESTINATIONS
No other active travel pairs as well with adult beverages as skiing and snowboarding — the sport even has its own built in happy hour, Après Ski. For this reason, America’s top ski towns have been leading the pack on the red hot trends of craft brewing and distilling, and are epicenters for locally made beer and spirits. READ MORE.
– by Larry Olmsted
BOURBON SCOUT REVIEW
Halfway between Wyoming’s Shoshone and Bighorn National Forests is the tiny town of Kirby (population 92). Kirby, WY is just up the road from the Wind River Reservation in the Bighorn Basin. It’s almost four hours from the buzz of Jackson Hole, arid, rugged, and wide open. READ MORE.
– by Bourbon Scout
This tasty, small batch bourbon is made with the finest ingredients Wyoming has to offer. READ MORE.
– by Best In Bourbon
WYOMING WHISKEY BARRELSTRENGTH
Only 111 bottles of this barrel-strength Bourbon came from two casks filled in 2009 and bottled in 2015, and the nose is intense, but still buttery-smooth with a nice oakiness, vanilla, Turbinot sugar, orange blossom honey, caramel candy, fudge, and muted touches of clove and nutmeg in the background. READ MORE.
– by Whiskey Cast
“THE WHISKEY BARONS OF WYOMING”
It all starts innocently enough. An email exchange. Me: Hi, I want to write about your whiskey. (Ulterior motive? I love whiskey—especially whiskey of the bourbon variety. You can’t blame a girl for loving whiskey.) Them: Great. Let’s make it happen. READ MORE.
– by Ryan Waterfield, Big Life
“A DISTILLERY VISIT AND REVIEW: WYOMING WHISKEY”
I really wasn’t sure what to expect as the van I was driving crested the hill that gave me my first view of Kirby, Wyoming. READ MORE.
– by Eric Burke, Bourbonguy.com
“BOURBON FROM WYOMING? YES, AND IT’S GOOD”
A couple of years back while skiing at my beloved Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, I tried the local whiskey in one of the many area bars that serve it from tiny casks. READ MORE.
– by Larry Olmsted, Forbes.com
“Wyoming Whiskey’s range goes back East”
Though they limited sales of their first batch to their home state, the makers of Wyoming Whiskey always intended to go big. READ MORE.
– by Richard Anderson, Jackson Hole News and Guide
“Whiskey Review: Wyoming Whiskey”
Wyoming Whiskey, originally released in 2012 by the fledgling distillery of the same name, hails from Kirby, Wyoming. Kirby, a town of less than 100 people, has been put on the map by the chutzpah of those behind Wyoming Whiskey. READ MORE
– by Savannah Weinstock, The Whiskey Wash
“Wyoming Whiskey Is For Real”
Perhaps nothing is more symbolic of the Wild West than whiskey. From John Wayne asking for a bottle of whiskey in Rio Bravo, to Augustus McCray espousing to glories of it in Lonesome Dove, it is universally recognized as the drink that helped win the west. So it seemed only fitting that Wyoming, the “Cowboy State” should have it’s own whiskey. READ MORE.
– by Hudson Lindenberger, Elevation Outdoors
“Wyoming Whiskey: Born from the right way, not the easy way”
The whiskey industry is one that has many fine brands, but there is always room for a high-quality newcomer. With local distilleries popping up all over the country, now has never been a better time to be a distiller and in the whiskey industry. READ MORE
– by Steven Ruygrok, Examiner.com
“Drink This Whiskey Now”
At first glance, the story of Wyoming Whiskey rings as all too familiar. Locally sourced, locally crafted, locally bottled, etc. READ MORE.
– by Nathan Borchelt, Paste Magazine
A couple of weeks ago I received a bottle of Wyoming Whiskey. I was immediately inspired by the company and how they came to make this true-to-its-roots whiskey. READ MORE.
– by Ashley Danford, The Whiskey Women
“Wyoming Whiskey features first ever Bartender Shootout”
Casper Star Tribune coverage of the Wyoming Whiskey Bartender Shootout. READ MORE.
– by Brendan Meyer, Tribe
“Home on the range” in Jackson Hole
Read about examiner.com contributor Mark Thompson’s recent Wyoming Whiskey experience at the James Beard House in NYC. READ MORE.
– Mark Thompson, www.examiner.com
Your “Craft” Rye Whiskey is probably From a Factory Distillery in Indiana
The artisan whiskey industry has a big secret – many of the “small batch” distillers are actually buying their product from a large factory in Indiana – READ MORE.
– Eric Felton, The Daily Beast
The Wyoming Whiskey Barons
The main character in Owen Wister’s famous western novel The Virginian has found a new incarnation. READ MORE.
– By Nels Wroe, MicroShiner