Black Tooth Brewing Company
Ratings: 10 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
4.39/5 rDev +10%
Wyoming is slowly getting into the beer scene, but when the population of the whole state is less than most large cities things are few and far between.
Sheridan houses Blacktooth Brewery which is probably at the top of the heap.
Medals line the front of the bar including Gold from the 2014 World Beer Cup and medals from GABF.
8 different selections on tap when I was in. Their amber, IPA, brown and wheat are all solid performers. I enjoyed their medal winning Baltic porter.
If you want food, you are welcome to bring your own or many local restaurants will deliver.
Atmosphere is open with plenty of seating. They even have a few outdoor seats when seasonally usable.
Overall, if you happen to live in or are passing through north central Wyoming, this place is worth a visit.
08-03-2014 21:45:04 | More by rickrem
3.93/5 rDev -1.5%
I sometimes work in Sheridan, Wyoming, one of the nicest towns/areas in the state. Black Tooth Brewing Company's tasting room is one of the best I've experienced. I have not been in there since last summer. They have a very large and attractive brewing setup, which you can see pretty well from the tasting room. They have very good beer- a highly effervescent rye beer I sampled there stands out, as does their "Bucking Bronc" brown and their IPA. I have a really cool growler from there, made of dark brown glass with the iconic Wyoming bucking bronc and rider, advertising their brown ale.
The tasting room is big and airy, with large glass walls and a patio. I think it may originally have been a car dealership- there's still a Chevy dealer nearby. They have some large TVs, which makes the place popular on Sundays in the Fall. Snacks include popcorn and large pretzels, and it's easy to have food delivered there from local restaurants, which are very good for Wyoming. All in all, both the town and this brewery are a bit of an oasis in that area, and well worth the stop.
02-09-2014 05:13:23 | More by archyquaffer
3.6/5 rDev -9.8%
when you drive through wyoming vertically on highway 25, you dont expect much in the way of beer. thats because you dont see much civilization. so to arrive on sheridan, apparently a town with a history, at the top of the state, and stumble upon a brewery, one finds themselves elated and overly positive. this place hits the spot for a weary traveler. hip, new, modern, and clean, in a very traditional settlement. cool juxtaposition. the place is massive, a whole corner of a block that maybe used to be a mechanics garage. the ceilings are high and the tanks are stainless with copper rings and standing in what has to be the most immaculately clean brewhouse in the united states. its insane, spotless and new, like its never been used. i think 7 barrels, but it could be a little bigger. maybe 7 beers on, maybe 8, a belgian, a coffee porter, and the basics. porter was solid, ipa was generic, about what i expected, nothing unreal on the beer front. not being familiar with sheridan, i have to imagine this is a great hangout, one of the most groovy spots in town, although i could be mistaken. easy place to hang, attractive western girls pouring pints and mugs, and a real sense of belonging. a great pit stop of you are passing through, as much for the vibe as for the beer.
12-27-2013 06:02:22 | More by StonedTrippin
3.69/5 rDev -7.5%
Very nice building and remodeling job done, located 2 blocks off Main St. next to the Chevrolet dealership. The atmosphere is nice and the bartenders are very nice.
So far the beer leaves a lot to be desired. Not a lot of aromas to any of the beers and not a lot of taste to any of them. High carbonation leaves a person feeling very bloated. So far the IPA is the only one with some legs. I am sure they are trying to play it safe and appeal to a larger crowd, but I want more to my beer, at 4$ a pint there needs to be more.
I will continue to check in. They do have growlers to go and of course hats, t-shits, and glassware.
No food and no plans for any in the future. They have huge potential, I hope they bring the beer that this town needs, they have the talent and the resources.
The master brewer came from another well known brewery in the region.
01-05-2011 22:09:56 | More by wyocoalminer
Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan, WY
90 out of 100 based on 10 ratings.