I'm in Sheridan, WY. Amazing country...rolling prairie and gorgeous mountains. All the deer I could want to hunt and all the rivers and lakes I could want to fly fish. I left when I was young, and now I'm home. BUT, I am frustratingly and agonizingly beer isolated. We have our one brewery in town (Black Tooth Brewing Co) and a very new brewery about 45 minutes away in Buffalo, WY (Clear Creek Brewery). I love both places, don't get me wrong, but...they get old. Both are solid breweries, and lord knows we're lucky to have them. Black Tooth's IPA holds a place close to my heart and Clear Creek has my favorite chili beer (a porter) that I've ever tried. But, I want more! All the local bars carry the mass produced beers, a few of the local brews, and maybe one or two out-of-towners. The local liquor stores carry darn near the same stuff year round, and it amounts to about 8-10 shelves of craft beer. A few occasional seasonals. Needless to say, I've tried every beer that's available within an hour of me...at least 10 times. I looove going on brewery tours. Essentially road trips or motorcycle rides for the sole purpose of seeking out new breweries/craft beer bars/better stocked liquor stores. I've visited most breweries in Montana. I LOVE Crow Peak Brewery in Spearfish, SD. I've made a small, but reasonable, dent in some Colorado breweries. As far south as Durango/Silverton/Ouray to several in the Denver area. I try as many new beers as I can. But it's frankly...frustrating. I read about so many exciting brews, but it's just not realistic for me to go to the liquor store and pick up the latest and greatest. Not even referring to the "whales," but even to ANY variety at all. I feel bored and stifled. So to anyone that has a bottle shop, more than one, two, three breweries within an hour's drive, a craft beer bar, or even a well-stocked liquor store...be happy 'bout it. Because there are thirsty and bored little gals in Wyoming who have to drink the same beers over and over and over and over because there is nothing else available. /end rant.