March is not only the month of my birth, but Montana’s allotted month for spring break. With a full week off for local students, families are challenged with how to fill the time. If you’re staycationing, you’re probably looking for…
While February can tend to resemble the interior of a neglected freezer, it doesn’t mean that bleeding hearts can’t search for love in the frosty air. Bozeman boasts an immense selection of fun, winter wonderland activities to choose…
Western CafeThis one is getting a fresh burst of popularity thanks to the younger generations having found out about it. It’s also where everyone wants to bring visitors to give them the “Montana” experience. What we…
4 Favorite Montana Beers
The third annual Montana Brewers Association Spring Festival took place in Bozeman at the Haynes Pavilion on May 7. Representatives from 25 Montana breweries were on hand pouring 86 different Montana made beers, read on to learn about four of my…
Joy Dale, photos by Jenny Barth
Possible chances for brewing industry reform during the Montana legislative session came to a standstill this February when the House of Representatives’ Business and Labor Committee tabled two competing beer bills (House Bill 326 and House Bill 336).
Regena Ozeryansky, photos by Jenny Barth
It is our intention to deliver a unique spin on traditional dining reviews, we feel every reader should have the opportunity to form their own opinion, and by bringing the owners to you, we can create added synergy in an already awesome town.An…
Lockhorn is the only certified organic hard cider maker in Montana.
When asking other patrons what their favorite cider is everyone has a different answer. Many say the currant and ginger, some say the hops, and a few the traditional.
Dog Tag Brewing works with Gold Star families and details the stories of their fallen loved ones on each can.
Recently I ran my first Bridger Ridge Run. I’m not entirely sure of what possessed me to do this race. While I was on a cross country team once upon a time, saying that I am a cross country runner would be akin to saying that I am a stock car…
On a backpacking trip in the Alps last summer I, by chance, ended up alongside Jacob, a hiker from the Netherlands. As we talked, I discovered that he was a fellow homebrewer and immediately steered the conversation to beer. While I was familiar with…