Montana Breweries in the Making

Several breweries are in the planning stages and many are expected to open in 2018. 

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Bias Brewing
409 1st Avenue E, Kalispell
facebook.com/biasbrewing
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Big Spring Brewing
Main St., Lewistown

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Blue Ridge Brewing
320 S 1st Street East, Malta
facebook.com/blueridgebrewing.mt
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Conflux Brewing Company
202 E. Main St., Missoula
facebook.com/confluxbrewing
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Copperwood Brewing

Kalispell

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Crooked Furrow Brewing 
2801 Roberts St., Helena
facebook.com/crookedfurrowbrew 

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Gild Brewing
515 S. Higgins, Missoula
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Limberlost Brewing Company
1017 Main St., Thompson Falls
facebook.com/limberlostbrewingcompany
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OddPitch Brewing Company
Missoula
oddpitch.com
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Old Station Brewing Company
140 First St., Havre
oldstationbrewing.com
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Ronan Cooperative Brewery
200 International Blvd., Ronan
facebook.com/ronancooperativebrewery
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Snow Hop Brewery
685 Barney Drive, Helena
facebook.com/snowhopbrewery
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Sun Rift
55 1st Ave West North, Kalispell
www.sunriftbeer.com
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White City Brewing 
113 Main St., Lavina
facebook.com/whitecitybrewing 

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Alicia Lang

The brewing community in Montana intrigues me: between the brewers, where competition and camaraderie go hand-in-hand; to the renovating of old gas stations/bank buildings, from lodge inspired to modern structures located all over the state. That’s a winning combination in my book: dining, traveling, retail therapy and Montana microbrews. Elbow Bending in Montana and beyond. Cheers!

Twitter @EBin406

2016-2017 Publisher of 406 Hops Brewing News

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