Big Skies, Micro Brews

A Dozen Delicious Microbreweries with Big Beers
The Gallatin Valley has been an integral player in the production of the wheat and barley used by brewing giants like Budweiser and Coors for more than 100 years, so it’s no surprise that the microbrewers that operate here are at the forefront of the craft beverage industry. Our local brew houses consistently create award-winning beverages made from the fruits of the beautiful landscape that surrounds them, and are sustained by the loyal support that stems from the communities that they serve. Today, the Gallatin Valley is home to a dozen distinctly unique microbreweries, with more popping up every year. They all have taprooms where you can sample fresh brews that you’ve probably never heard of, but will certainly never forget. Can you tackle all?

Bozeman Brewing Company: Bozeman’s namesake brewery is a north-side favorite. Try: Plum Street Porter
Bridger Brewing: Killer pizza, too. Try: Bobcat Brown
MAP Brewing Company: An après must on your way home from Bridger Bowl. Try: Thunder Monkey Bavarian Hefe
White Dog Brewing Company: They have a frost rail on the bar that keeps your beer cold. Try: English IPA
406 Brewing: A mainstay of Bozeman’s thriving Cannery District. Try: Double Double IPA
Outlaw Brewing: Where Bozeman’s west-side residents congregate for cold suds. Try: Russian Bill Imperial Nitro Stout
Bunkhouse Brewery: An MSU-district favorite. Try: Downtown Otis Brown
Mountains Walking Brewery: Beer inspired by our mountains and created with their wild yeasts. Try: Box Elder Red Ale

Madison River Brewing Company: Far from ordinary, closest to the airport. Try: Copper John Scotch Ale
Bar 3 BBQ & Brewing: A BBQ joint that also makes really good beer. Try: Cirque Helles Light Lager

Big Sky
Beehive Basin Brewery: A tap house in Town Center serving fine hop-nectar. Try: Working Man’s Cream Ale
Lone Peak Brewery: A Meadow Village classic with a great game room. Try: Steep and Deep Winter Ale

By | 2017-12-12T21:50:18+00:00 December 12th, 2017|Beer, Big Sky, Bozeman, Far From Ordinary, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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