Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Steam beer and bubble tea on tap next week in downtown Cheyenne

Grand openings are scheduled next week for two new beverage-oriented businesses in downtown Cheyenne.

The Freedom’s Edge Brewery opens on Wednesday, Feb. 22, in the Historic Tivoli Building. According to a recent article in the Casper Star-Tribune, Freedom’s Edge will open with eight beers on tap, from a stout to a pale ale. Owner Tim Moore has been a home brewer for a number of years. His favorite is his 844 “steam beer,” an ale brewed with lager yeast and named after a famous Union Pacific locomotive kept in Cheyenne. Read more:

The Paramount CafĂ©, 1607 Capitol Ave., holds its grand opening on Thursday, Feb. 23, all day long. Here’s the plan:

We are having a Grand Opening celebration! We will have several local musicians playing all day long! We will have specialty drinks and door prizes! This will be an all-day event! Make sure you can swing by! Our performers include Devon Dvorak a local acoustic artist, Bret Herrick a local violinists (played at Carnegie Hall), Peat Bog Mysteries a local Bluegrass Band, and so many more! We will also have Bubble Tea! More info at

The Paramount had a "soft" opening in December. Never had its bubble tea but the baristas there brew some darn fine coffee. Let's hope that the hop-infused brews at Freedom's Edge are equally scintillating.

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