ⓘ Kirby, Wyoming

                                     

ⓘ Kirby, Wyoming

Kirby is a town in Hot Springs County, Wyoming, United States.

The city was founded as the city of coal, in 1907, along with the nearby camps of Crosby and Gebo.

The population was 92 census 2010. The town is home to whisky, Wyoming, USA the first whisky distillery, was the only one in the state until 2017. Wyoming whiskey began production in 2009 in the establishment of a General steel Corporation.

                                     
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