The Beer A strong Trappist ale that has a subtle Belgian complexity, dark stone fruit flavor, and dry finish.
The Story The Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament (SLPH) is a USA Hockey sanctioned tournament that is designed as a fundraiser for local charities as well as a weekend to bolster local commerce in Seeley Lake. As they enter into our 5th year, the SLPH tournament has donated close to $7,500 to help bring both young […]
Since Neolithic times, there have been brewers in the Highlands of Scotland. Barley was the primary grain, and the bittering used herbs such as meadowsweet, heather, myrtle, and broom. These bowls of mealy porridge remain the extent of the brewing in Scotland until the Middle Ages when Christian monks dotted the landscape with abbeys. The […]
The Story Over the the hills surrounding the brewery, Golden and Bald Eagles are migrating to more favorable climes. We admire them for their unflappable poise and strength. The Golden Eagle is found across the North Hemisphere, and, in particular, the highlands of Scotland. The Golden Eagle has always been held in high regard by […]
Brewing at last, brewing at last! We have 3 beer going in our 15-barrel barrels right now. They are happily bubbling away as the yeast convert sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. It is quite amazing to be finally brewing as we worked on the construction all winter. This morning the light is amazing, and […]
The Story “9 miles over a high mountain steep & almost inaxcessible much falling timber which fatigues our men & horses exceedingly, in stepping over so great a number of logs added to the steep assents and [descents] of the mountains . . . rained and snowed & hailed the greater part of the day […]
The Story Lawrence “LouLou” Rence trapped and hunted the mountains of the Bitterroot Range soon after the Corps of Discovery came through the area. In 1810, English explorer David Thompson wrote that he had met a free trapper known as “Lolo” (Lawrence Rence) who lived up along the creek in the canyon. The Salish pronounced Lawrence as […]