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Revenue Department Prohibits Taverns from Filling Growlers

Posted On November 16, 2010

It isn’t a common practice, but for many years, a small number of Montana taverns with all-beverage licenses have been filling growlers, just like brewers do. Neither tavern owners nor their patrons have thought much about the practice because the common perception was that all-beverage licenses allow taverns to sell all kinds of liquor, not just beer, for on premises or off premises consumption. And nobody’s ox was being gored; tavern owners, brewers and beer drinkers all seemed to be okay with the practice.

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Brew News Local and National

Posted On November 12, 2010

Find out about current brewery related news and issues.

Northwest’s Craft Breweries Offer One of the Bright Spots During the Recession

Posted On August 17, 2010

At least one Pacific Northwest industry has escaped the brunt of the recession’s punch: craft beer. We already lay claim to being a hotbed for microbrews and brewpubs, but each of our states stands out in its own way when it comes to producing craft beer. Learn why the number of craft breweries has continued to grow, what sets us apart from the rest of the nation, and what’s in store for our region’s brewers.

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2nd Annual Montana Brewers Festival

Posted On June 2, 2010

Montana Brewers Association

Montana Brewers Association

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Helena, MT 59624

406-948-BREW (2739)