Big Lost is something unique, like the cabin we look to get Big Lost from our trials and stressors of life. Hang out in a cabin with no phones, televisions, heartless stimuli, and enjoy an opportunity for true fellowship with old friends and new friends alike. This concept transcends the time and space to let us always remember there’s a time and place to be lost to the rest of the world and focus on the humanity of mankind. The fire is always warm at the cabin and our characters are always available to greet you. If you're traveling through Wyoming or are here to stay, throw back a horn or pour a craft beer and come get Big Lost with us!
11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Meet the Owner
The story of Big Lost Meadery and Brewery begins in 2007 in Logan, UT. It was here that Owner Sam Clikeman and his friend Ned Vasholtz decided to start brewing beer in a forest service cabin in the middle of nowhere. Their process included no running water, minimal electricity, and a severe lack of equipment. But all in all the beer turned out ok. After this first taste, Sam decided to pursue this ... more brewing thing for a while. Years later after experimenting in wine and beer a friend asked him if he would try making mead in 2009. This idea was shot down immediately, Sam didn’t want to waste a year for a five gallon carboy of mead; if it is good, you only have five gallons after a year, if the mead is bad you just wasted valuable carboy space for nothing. So he said he would only make mead if he could do a large barrel, but honey was too expensive to take on the endeavor. So his friend Shane Anderson hooked him up with a honey producer in Montana to obtain 125 pounds of honey to try his first batch. One year later the mead turned out amazing! So the meadmaking began and the idea grew and grew until in 2014 Big Lost Meadery was born! less