Do you favor a frosty mug of beer on the warm summer days, and a heart-warming porter or stout in the dead of winter? Then you'll find yourself at home in Missoula with our three local, and distinctly different breweries that serve up everything from tradtional English Ales, to authentic German Lagers, to the ever popular hemp infused brews that populate our fair city.
Know that in Missoula, as a lover of beer, you have no shortage of delicious options, and will never be alone here where the beer flows as steady as the Clark Fork River. However, you can't get very far without knowing your options.
The local German brewery and tap room since 1987. Here you can get your continental Europe on with fellow locals as you sample the range and locations of Bavaria and greater Deutschland with your tour guide, Master Brewer Jurgen Knoller. Regularly offering:
On a more seasonal trend you can expect to find:
Each beer is also regularly offered in both a filtered and unfiltered version to truly expand the horizons of your taste buds.
Offering everything Ale (and the occasional lager). Even if you are from out of state, chances are you've heard of Moose Drool – that is, if you are still in the western portion of this country. Offering a range of great beer, this is the place to go if you're just looking for a little after work relaxation and samples of beer that are handed over to you with no obligation except to limit yourself to the state-mandated four-eight ounce glasses at the tap room.
Founded in 2011, Draught Works is Missoula's newest brewery to whet the local appetite for new brew. Currently featuring a selection of five beers on tap this brewery has had a warm reception in its northern neighborhood location. Stop on by and try a pint and some free darts.
Seasonal offerings include:
The local foot traffic favorite-located just across the river from downtown. The taps are always running, and you're lucky to catch a seat as this place is always hopping. First in town to really raise the bar on canned beer production and sales, KettleHouse brews will always leave you thirsting for "just one more."
Only in the tap room: