Our brewers are passionate about creating great beer. The dozens of local, regional and national awards we have received are proof of our commitment to brewing clean, consistent and creative beer.

Head Beer Brewer at Altitude Chophouse

We are especially proud of our 2014 wins, during Jared’s inaugural year as the head brewer at Altitude! ALTitude Altbier won gold medals at both the World Beer Cup and North American Beer Awards. Pedal House Pilsner also captured a gold medal at the North American Beer Awards.

In 2015, we captured a gold medal at the NABA for a specialty brew, Looking Glass Old English Ale. Lovesick IPA won both a first place award in the hops category, as well as the coveted Best in Show award at the Downtown Laramie Brewfest competition. We won the coveted Steinley Cup competition in Saratoga. Finally, I’m Burning For You Chili Ale won a people’s choice award at the Cody, Wyoming Brew Fest.

“Beer should make people happy and bring communities together” – Jared Long, Altitude Head Brewer

The Bear Necessities Session IPA

Seasonal specialty.
This pale hop bomb combines plenty of fruity hop flavors with soft white bread malt character. Brewed exclusively with New Zealand and South African hops, its flavors include pineapple, red currents and light rooibos tea notes. 5.8% ABV.

The Pizzly Bear

Seasonal specialty.
We brewed this coffee porter in collaboration with our downtown friends, H+S Coffee Roasters. An English porter base infused with a singer origin Ethiopian coffee lends to large chocolate notes and a clean finish. 5.2% ABV.

Wildcatter Ale

Seasonal specialty.
This German styled Kolsch is highly drinkable. Modeled after the beer style originated in Cologne, Germany, it is very light in malt and hop character and body. 5.3% ABV.

Pedal House Pilsner

Seasonal specialty.
We’ve taken the classic German pilsner and dosed it with a fruity hop variety from New Zealand. The result is a crisp, refreshing lager with a light hop spin. 5.6% ABV.

7200′ Stout

Our 7200′ Stout is poured with compressed nitrogen to insure smoothness. Its flavors blend with the hop bitterness making it a brewery favorite, always on tap at Altitude. 7.00% ABV.


Tumblewheat is well carbonated and served cloudy, the wheat lends a light grain flavor and moderate hops make it a refreshing, easy to drink beer that is always on tap at Altitude. 4.8% ABV

• Gold, 2016, GABF
• Bronze, 2012, NABA
• Silver, 2011, GABF
• 1st Place, 2010, Lander
• Silver, 2010, NABA
• Best Light Beer, 2010, Cheyenne

The Lion King Northeast IPA

Seasonal specialty.
Inspired by some of the Northeast style IPA’s, our version uses 100% South African hops, giving it a unique profile. Fruity aromas of tropical gummy bears pair up with blueberry and rooibos red tea notes . 6.8% ABV.

Raspberry Mango Wheat

Seasonal specialty.
A continuation of our fruited beer series, this American fruited wheat beer features a huge helping of raspberries and mangos in a light wheat beer base. Dry, with a clean finish that begs for another sip. 5.7% ABV.

The Liger

Seasonal specialty.
This black IPA features South African hops mixed with American varietals. Tropical fruity notes play alongside smooth pine notes and roasted malt character partners well with the hops in this winter IPA. 6.8% ABV.

Heat and Repeat

Seasonal specialty.
An American amber ale with green chilies, this beer is a new take on an Altitude favorite. It currently  replaces “I’m Burning for You” on our line-up of beers. This ale is full of green chili aroma, giving way to nice, sweet malt flavors. It finishes clean with a light American hop bitterness and a sweet ‘n spicy, kick. 5.3% ABV.

High Plains Pale Ale

Our Pale Ale is noticeably bitter with strong floral and citrus hop flavor and aroma. This beer is for hop lovers. 5.50% ABV.

ALTitude Altbier

Our take on the classic Dusseldorf Alt Beer, brewed in the Alstadt (old town) section of Dusseldort, Germany. A rich malty back bone is complimented with a firm bitterness and a slightly spicy / floral hop flavor. 5.5% ABV.

• Gold, 2014, World Beer Cup
• Gold, 2014, NABA