There is Something About the Water

Nothing Better than Clean, Clear Aged Glacier Water

Just like to correlation of happiness to good friends and family, beer comes from great water and the best ingredients. The Snowy Mountain brewery gets its water from; you guessed it, the Snowy Range and the Sierra Madre Range of southern Wyoming’s Rocky Mountains, hundreds of miles of un-spoiled natural wilderness.

Saratoga is a magical place; there are the natural hot springs and an abundant supply of cool, clear, crisp water filtered naturally. Our brew master takes this gift of nature and geology along with only the finest barley, hops …. And makes small, lovingly crafted batches of beer. For you. At the Saratoga Hot Springs Resort in Saratoga, Wyoming.

Craft Microbrew

We Started Before it Became Popular

We make it for you and we have been doing so for almost 20 years. Not because it is a fad or because we think it’s cool (although, honestly it is). We have been making our own beer because we have all the ingredients to do so. The water, the expertise, the passion and because we believe that if we are going to anything we are going to our best, we bring the very finest barley, hops…

The Snowy Mountain Brewery is Wyoming’s third oldest brewery. We are proud of our legacy and our future. We want you to be a part of it.

Beer Tells A Story

Isn’t it Time for a Kick Ass Beer?

It’s not just the world-class ingredients and extra care that makes our craft beer superior; it’s also the way we choose to brew it. Brewing is part science, part art and all craft. Each of beers has a story: how it was planned, created, changed and even labeled to make a single product we are proud of. With every draw we know we are being tested, with every sip we know you will approve.

We hope you love it as much as we love making it for you.

Brewmaster Knows Best

Creativity… Experimentation… Expectations…

According to our brewmaster, the best beer in the world is a combination of the best of all worlds, so we’ve expanded the variety of our ingredients by importing from the lush fields of Germany and the U.K.
It’s the crafty combination of western waters and old world taste that gives our beers a leg up in the competition.