Micro Breweries and Brew Pubs

The best malting barley in the world is grown in Montana, so it's only natural that many micro breweries would spring up throughout the state. Popular brew pubs are known for their handcrafted ales and lagers and their relaxing atmosphere. Refreshing regional beer and microbrews are also available in restaurants, bars, and retail stores throughout Montana.


For brew fests and other great events throughout Montana, check out the Montana Brewers Association.



Madison River Brewing Company, Inc.

20900 Frontage Road, Building B



Madison River Brewing Company, located in Gallatin County near the Bozeman Airport, is a great stop on any adventure. Our beers have developed an impressive following for one simple reason: they taste great! Stop by our taproom in Belgrade for a tasting or buy our great brews at any number of locations across Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and North Dakota.Open Monday-Friday, 2-8 PM; Saturday, 3-8 PM; Sunday, 4-8 PM. Take I-90 exit 298, go north on Jackrabbit, turn right on Main Street, through 4-way stop. Turn right into Gallatin I-Park warehouse area across from Thrifty Car Sales. MRBC is about 400 yards ahead on the right. Look for the grain silo.



Bozeman Brewing Company

504 N. Broadway



Bozeman Brewing Company: The makers of Bozone Select Amber, Bozone Hefeweizen, Bozone Plum St. Porter, Hopzone IPA, and a variety of seasonals. A small tasting room is available for patrons to enjoy a pint, fill up a growler, and purcchase six packs or kegs to go. Open Friday, 12:30 PM-8 PM; Saturday - Thursday, 4-8 PM.



Quarry Brewing, LLC

124 West Broadway Street



Opening its doors on September 29, 2007, the Quarry quickly outgrew its original location and has since moved into the Grand Hotel on Broadway Street in the heart of historic uptown Butte. Quarry craft beers have earned rave reviews from beer lovers who have sampled the traditonal-style ales in the tap room and at craft brew festivals throughout Montana. Brewer Chuck Schnabel has always appreciated and applied the tradional German purity law known as the Reinheitsgebot, which mandates brewing with the choicest hops, barley, yeast and water. However, beacause of the availability of so many quality ingredients to Montana craft brewers, he has introduced fruity and flavored beers to the tasting room. Whether you prefer a traditional ale or are looking for a modern twist, one taste will you...at the Quarry, we dig beer.


Published: Fri Feb 10 13:36:00 MST 2012.
Last Modified: Fri Mar 23 15:06:24 MDT 2012