Thursday was a free day and after some gun cleaning and new stock cover replacement it was time to head out.
After a car wash Jack and I ventured downtown and coming to the historic Plains Hotel we spied some neat old cars parked there doing a run from Paris to New York.
We headed across the square to the Depot where we found Accomplice Beer Company – Agarita Annie and Neuces Slim worded us up on this one!
What a great place, not only for being situated in the original Cheyenne train depot and right next to the railway lines but the ultimate in beer experience’s for sure.
When you enter the craft brewery you hand over a card and name then you are given a beer card.
Inside the main bar and restaurant area is 14 different beer taps, a variety of glass sizes, styles and growlers.
The beer menu board shows the beer appropriate to the tap including your ABV (alcohol by volume), IBU (international bitter units), name and brief description.
Now the fun begins! You place your card in front of the beer tap screen and pour as little or as much as you want. It then tells you how many ounces and how much it cost you for that pour.
As you work your way through them it will give you a total spend also.
We had salads for lunch that were great, although a little light on the chicken inclusion. The salted caramel apple fritter and ice cream was divine and big enough to share.
There are yard games for the back patio area and tables out the front also.
A great place to experience and we will definitely be back before the week is out.
As we headed back to the car the other vintage cars had come to the square with others turning up for a small car show.
The rat rod and its almost 80yr old owner were a hit!
A great quick visit in Cheyenne, as much of it we have seen before with a trip to the range to pick up packs ready for side matches.