The Beer The Broken Top Pilsner features an upfront maltiness with a balancing diacteyl, which is an appropriate for a Bohemia Pilsner. The Pairing We enjoyed the Broken Top Pilsner with the Jerk Chicken Drumsticks. The pilsner cooled the jerk fire, refreshing the mouth for the next bite of the savory chicken.
The Story Celebrating the return of the warm season as the snows recede up the mountainsides. The Beer Pilsen, Caramel, and CaraPils create a traditional German lager along with Tettnanger hops and German lager yeast. The Pairing Grilled Mushroom Melt with Full Curl Maibock
The Story The Two Sisters have stood on the ridge above the Bitterroot River for eons, a visible landmark telling the traveler their location. Last January, we canoed across the river and hiked to the Two Sisters. Then, Head Brewer Paul Roys launched off the ridge with his paraglider into the Sun. You can read […]
The Story The Winter Beast scrambles and leaps on the high mountain crags. Mountain Goats with unfathomable daring, they gracefully combine sure-footedness and fearlessness. They endure the coldest temperatures and sheerest cliffs. Although not a true goat, this bock (German for goat) is named for the mountain goat of Rocky Mountains. The Beer The Winter Beast Doppelbock […]
The Story At the end of the 19th Century, the streets of Missoula were lit by gas lamps. These lamps gave warmth to the coldest winter nights and hope for the coming Sun. The Beer Winter warmers are sweet offerings with big malt presence and spices. Spiced with cinnamon, orange peel, honey, and fresh grated […]
The Story During the winter months, the Sun sets behind Lolo Peak, and on the coldest evenings, a rare massive sun pillar may appear. A sun pillar looks like a thin column that extends vertically above the sun. The sun pillar is prominently visible when the Sun is low or lies below the horizon. It normally […]
The Story For unknown reasons, Captain Meriweather Lewis purchased a large black Newfoundland dog for the grand sum of $20 to his companion during the Expedition of the Corps of Discovery. He named the faithful pooch, Seaman, but a early transcription error of his journal dubbed the dog Scannon (we prefer this name). Scannon accompanied the […]