Duane Dittmer has been a regular visitor to Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. since it opened in the late 1990s.
Montana's network of microbrewers continues to grow.
MISSOULA — Beer unites – so said the owner of One Nation Brewing Co.
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.
Montana craft brewers are excited to show off their finest beer Friday night at the Billings Depot.
HELENA — Tavern owners faced off against craft brewers at the Capitol on Tuesday, arguing that the upstart competition has been allowed to unfairly flourish with too few restrictions.
MISSOULA — Brewery battles are heating up again in Helena as the Montana Tavern Association and the Montana Brewers Association prepare to put separate, vastly different bills before state legislators as they consider how best to regulate the growing craft brew industry.
Montana’s brewing history has been a mirror reflection of the history of our territory and state from Johnny Grants’ first brewery on Cotton Wood Creek in 1859 to today. Montanans have celebrated beer made by Montanans in their own mining camps, logging towns, ethnic neighborhoods and cow to…
Can you believe that it’s been nearly two decades since the craft brewing industry first took hold in downtown Billings?
Beer has had roots in this country for centuries. Virtually every Founding Father either made or enjoyed it. Today, thanks to the ingenuity of small and independent brewers, the United States has moved beyond offering only light American lager and now has more beer styles and brands to choos…
The Yellowstone Art Museum is partnering with one of Billings’ newest microbreweries, Überbrew, to host the Art of Brewing homebrew competition on Friday, Nov. 9, at the YAM.
The red, black and white Angry Hank's logo takes center stage at the microbrewery's new location.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a good view of the street at Angry Hank's microbrewery.
Tim Mohr’s first foray into the science of beer brewing began when he was attending Montana State University in Billings. A business student by day, Mohr began brewing beer at home in the evenings as a hobby.
Despite strict Montana regulations that limit the business hours of most brew pubs and restrict the flow of beer to three pints per customer, selling craft beers is profitable enough that a sixth pub is opening in downtown Billings.
Competition is a spicy sauce that can kick-start plans to remodel.
SARATOGA, Wyo. — Wyoming's official microbrew competition is in a new location this year because of flooding.
Brewery: Angry Hank’s Microbrewery.
This weekly feature will run in Enjoy through Sept. 23 with beer features written by area brewers. Watch for your chance to vote on the best recipe for a new beer to be brewed in time to debut at Ales for Trails on Sept. 23.
HELENA - A proposed change in rules governing microbrewery tap rooms has created a brouhaha among Montana brewers.