Welcome to the Lander Brewing Company!The Lander Brewing Company is one of the premier microbreweries in the Rocky Mountain region. Its popular lineup of refreshing, handcrafted, made-from-scratch microbrews includes beers that have won awards at the Great American Beer Festival, the World Beer Cup and other competitions.
The brewery is committed to employing top-shelf brew masters, using only the finest ingredients from around the world, producing small-town beers with a world-class taste, and celebrating the unique, local character of Wyoming’s Lander Valley.
All of the Lander Brewing Company’s specialty microbrews are prepared by Brew Master Ted Briggs. Ted’s Microbrew Menu, which features a selection of different beers on tap throughout the year, includes pales, ales, ambers, reds, pilsners, dark beers, wheat beers, lagers and barley wine.
The company’s microbrews are sold at Cowfish and Lander Bar – by the pint or by the pitcher – and direct to consumers for off-premises consumption in gallon-size growlers, as well as 5-gallon and 15½-gallon party kegs.
By joining the Lander Brewing Company Mug Club, beer lovers can imbibe the company’s microbrews at discounted prices when dining or drinking at Cowfish, the Gannett Grill or the Lander Bar; enjoy reduced prices on kegs, growlers and select merchandise; and receive invitations to annual parties arranged just for them.
Check out the recent KTWO News report about Lander Brewing Company:
The brewing company is managed jointly by the owners of Cowfish, Gannett Grill, Lander Bar and Scream Shack, and serves as the “liquid link” between the various Coalter Block establishments. Cowfish incorporates some of the beers into popular menu items, such as its Atlantic City Gold beer-battered shrimp and the Jack Mormon Pale mustard slathered on its pub bratwurst sandwich.
Established officially in 2010 – after functioning for several years as the Cowfish Brewery and the Snake River Brewery – the microbrewery was named after the original Lander Brewing Company, which was headquartered in Lander 110 years ago, just one block away from its present location in Cowfish’s brew pub.
In the old days, the Lander Brewing Company was a one-story wood building with a “false front” that made it appear a lot taller when viewed from the street. The company sold several varieties of beer brewed on the premises, as well as the “hard cider” made by locals and wine shipped in from other locales. The retail portion of the establishment was originally closed to women.
The modern-day brewery is located on the Coalter Block on Main Street in downtown Lander, between First and Second Streets – and is open to man and woman alike. Parking is available on the street out front and in parking lots alongside of and in back of the Coalter Block establishments.
The rechristening of the brewery reflected the Coalter Block restaurant group’s commitment to emphasizing the unique, local character of the Lander Valley as it continues to serve as the destination in Lander and Fremont County for quality food and entertainment.