Frontier Brewing to unveil four new beers during “First Four” release party Sept. 18-19

Toast Frontier Brewing Company and Tap Room’s release of their first small batch beers during the Frontier “First Four” Beer Release party September 18-19 at Frontier Brewing Company in downtown Casper.

Frontier will be unveiling four new beers during its special Frontier First Four release party with two nights to sample. On Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 18-19, enjoy unlimited samples of Frontier beers from 6:00-8:00 p.m., while supplies last. Tickets are $30 per night. While Frontier’s tap room has been open since the eclipse, this will be the public’s first chance to taste the original craft beers brewed in-house by Brewing Operations Manager Collin Rudkin.

“With this first release, we wanted to bring a range of beers that would meet a lot of different palettes, so we wanted to have a little bit of everything. These opening styles range from mild and light to dark and surprising,” he said.

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According to Rudkin, the Frontier Golden Ale is an approachable crowd pleaser, light in color, well-balanced with hints of lemon. The Frontier American Pale Ale is refreshing yet intriguing, as it blends citrusy hops with a light malt character. The Frontier IPA brings prominent grapefruit and juicy citrus notes to the forefront and finishes with a pleasant bitterness. And while Rudkin is excited to share all of these delicious concoctions with the public, his signature creation is the Frontier Dark Rye.

“It’s a unique brown ale, blending mild, roasty flavors with a hint of smooth, malty sweetness. It has a crisp, dry finish with a suggestion of spice, which makes it unusually refreshing — and not your average dark beer. I can’t think of a beer that’s similar. Even if you don’t typically drink dark beers, you’ll probably like this rye. It’s just so different,” Rudkin said.

Rudkin’s tasty beers won’t be the only thing to enjoy at the Frontier First Four party. Tickets include a meet and greet with Rudkin, food and beer pairings by Grant Street Grocery and live music from Zach Schommer.

The public may purchase tickets at the Tap Room or in their online store.

Frontier Brewing Company and Tap Room is located at 117 E. Second Street in the old Wolford’s Shoes building. Regular business hours are from 3:00 to 9:00, Wednesday through Sunday.

Frontier is co-owned by Adbay owner Shawn Houck. Oil City News is an independent subsidiary of Adbay.