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Breweries Cheers to Local Montana Beer
Noah Couser

Cheers to Local Montana Beer

Drinking beer is high on the long list of ways to get the full Montana experience. And not just good beer, but award-winning craft beer. With over 30 breweries in Glacier Country alone, it’s no secret that we like our brew—beer so good that taking a Montana brewery tour is a vacation in and of itself. With brews like Cold Smoke® Scotch Ale, Two Ski Brewski® Pilsner, Pilgrim Blonde, Yaak Attack IPA and Penguin Punch, it’s impossible to have just one glass. Plus, our community taprooms are a good place to immerse yourself in the local scene. There’s nothing quite like a cold pint after a hot day on a wild river.

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Cut Bank Creek Brewery

  • 315 E. Railroad St. Cut Bank, MT 59427
  • 406.229.0298
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Limberlost Brewing Company

  • 1017 Main St. Thompson Falls, MT 59873
  • 406.356.6198
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Old Bull Brewing

  • 16862 Beckwith St., Suite L + M Frenchtown, MT 59834
  • 406.626.5472
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Ronan Cooperative Brewery

SunRift Beer Company

  • 55 First Ave W.N. Kalispell, MT 59901
  • 406.309.2627
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