HELENA — Montana is a grain-growing mecca, but with wheat prices falling, some farmers in the Helena Valley and elsewhere across the state are increasingly tapping a new grain not meant for a loaf of bread, but the bottom of a glass.
That rain on the plain that saturated Montana’s malt barley crop in late August could be tears in the beer of American brewers in 2015.
A man is facing a fourth DUI charge after an employee at a Billings fast-food restaurant reported Monday that a driver was drinking alcohol while in the drive-through.
The Beer Jug on Glendive's Main Street packs in locals and sometimes visitors to Makoshika State Park just a mile and half up the street.
Beer Jug bartender Meg Geiger is waiting for the current history teacher at Dawson County High School to retire so she can put her teaching degree to use.
Where is it? 313 N. Merrill Ave. in Glendive. You can’t miss the red sign out front of this cozy little bar on Glendive's main drag. It’s right across from the massive railroad depot.
Emily Jordan of Dog Tag Brewing shows the front and back sides of their beer cans honoring fallen soldiers. Jordan and her brother, Seth, created the brand after he finished his military service earlier this year and the success of the Bozeman product has grown quickly. Dog Tag Brewing's two…
Four Billings breweries brought home a total of nine medals from the recent North American Beer Awards competition in Idaho Falls.
MISSOULA — Beer unites – so said the owner of One Nation Brewing Co.
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The cost of a beer at MetraPark could increase by $1 to help attract more entertainment under a proposal offered by MetraPark’s advisory board.
Homebrewer Wendy Cottrell stirs up a batch of brown porter beer at her home.
Cottrell mixes up a batch of beer at her home in Billings.
All it took for Wendy Cottrell was a single taste 18 years ago from a bottle of home-brewed beer — brought to a basement poker game by a friend — to start her on a lifelong hobby.
Montana has a long history of brewing which extends to before it became a state. Take a look at a few facts about Montana's brewing industry.
RIVERTON, Wyo. — Riverton's mayor says an effort to increase the state's beer tax for the first time in nearly 80 years is fighting the perception that it's intended to just help Fremont County.
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RIVERTON, Wyo. — Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness wants state lawmakers to increase the beer tax — unchanged since 1935 — from 2 cents to 28 cents a gallon and use the extra money to address problems created by alcohol abuse.
For people who don’t feel comfortable setting foot in a church, American Lutheran Church in Billings has a different idea.
Ron Kalvig is no stranger to homebrews. He has been crafting his own beer for 15 years. But stirring up a batch in the kitchen is vastly different from making 10 barrels of beer in a brand new, sparkling tap room.