Tap room and brewery

Our Tap Room…

Our tap room is like taking a trip back into “old school” Sanders County. Thompson Falls, Montana is a logging town and we wanted to capture that in our tap room. We have a lot of historic pieces in our tap room from in and around Sanders County. The area is home to endless amounts of outdoor recreation and we also wanted to tie that in to the decor. We also are a “mill and ag” community and we support and showcase that in our brewery.

The front of our tap room has an amazing mural tying the family friendly front part together with the more rustic tap room. Our tap room has the feel of ‘drinking beer in your buddies garage’ and showcases who we are. Our tap room is built to be family friendly as we have a front section for families and people who may want to hang out and play a game, socialize or to just enjoy a quality, local made craft beer.

Our tap room is the perfect set-up for a premier music venue. We can comfortably fit 70 people and there are great views and sounds from every angle of the brewery. The acoustics are perfect and authentic. There is enough room for everyone to find a place, get comfy and enjoy friendship and a locally made craft beer.

The brewery…

Our brew house was originally in many different pieces from all over Montana. We have spent the past 5 years building it piece by piece as we could afford to do so. We currently have a 4 barrel system and our brew unit allows us to brew 2 small batch varieties or we can brew a larger batch. This system allows us to get creative while keeping our freshness up. We source as many ingredients from Montana and Sanders County as we can.

Our Beer Garden…

One of the perks of having your brewery in an old auto station is the perk of having a giant lot outside to use for live music and community events. We currently have a small stage, 2 fire pits, horseshoe pits and enough comfortable seating to fit all of your family and friends! We will be working on some things over the next year such as leveling the lot, building a fence and building a nice entry way into the building. If you’re in town during the season, stop on in and enjoy a beautiful view of Mt.Silcox!

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