Year of Beer Paintings – Day 281

The featured beer painting of the day is of Wind River Brewing Company’s Wyoming Pale Ale.  This beer came from Pinedale, Wyoming, and is the only Wyoming beer I have ever tasted.  This beer boasts a big tall can, and is as strong as an IPA at 7.2% ABV. It’s brewed with Wind River Glacier water, and is as fresh as the Wyoming wind.  Huge malt backbone with a healthy dose of bittering hops makes this one a hearty brew.  I don’t think I would offer this one to a novice beer drinker, it is not your average pale ale.  The WPA will give you a bit of a flavor bite, especially if you are not prepared for a beer with real flavor.  I am getting the itch to go to Jackson Hole for a ski trip, but I bet it would be fun in the summer, as long as it doesn’t get too hot when I am there.  I love living in Alaska, because if it hits 80 degrees outside everybody melts into the tundra.  Not a common occurrence in a place where trucks come with 4×4, and houses don’t have air conditioning. Honey, I just heard the Grand Tetons are calling.

Cheers to Wind River’s Wyoming Pale Ale!  I hope to drink one of these in Wyoming.

The original painting sold. You can purchase a limited-edition print at my Etsy shop.

View the complete Year of Beer Paintings gallery.

Beer Painting of Wyoming Pale Ale by Wind River Brewing Year of Beer Paintings Scott Clendaniel

Year of Beer 10.08. Wyoming Pale Ale by Wind River Brewing Co. Oil on panel, 8″x10″.

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