Stopped by on a trip to glacier, and it was worth the visit. They were out of the and porter on my visit, but the tripel was nice. Food was decent as well, and prices were great. Live music on the patio on Sundays was a bonus.
Nice patio - stopped for a visit while travelling through. The beers were quite good and the service was excellent. We didn’t try the food. Hit them up for a growler to go.
Unfortunately, the bell wasn’t rung - meaning no one bought the whole house a round...
Cozy little room with twentyish seats filled mostly by locals. Window onto the brewery. Amazing food for a small tasting room! Clam chowder, shrimp, scallops and more. Very friendly. If Cheers was a tasting room this would be it.
Cozy place, pretty small and truely a locals hang out to shoot the breeze. Friendly bartender, EXCELLENT FOOD at an amazing price (get the cheese platter and share with many friends). The menu was new on the day we arrived (December 30th). Beers ranged from average and boring (Amber) to superb (Centential IPA and Stout). Overall high ABV beers were above average. Average prices for beer. Nice growlers to take away (Bartender’s jaw dropped when my two buddies drop $65 each for beautiful ceramic growlers - regular growlers are $5). I cant image anyone on RB wanting to go to the other Flathead Lake brewpubs compared with this place. I was with five friends and it was clear to everyone which place is the winner on the lake.
Went here with Jason (curly) after hitting up Tamarack. Cute little brewpub, about 10 beers on tap, decent beers all around, though nothing I would rank as world-class. I came on a cold-ass day, and the pub was warm, and kept the weather out, very homey atmosphere. The bartender seemed like a good cat, but wasn’t that knowledgeable about the brews. Didn’t eat, but food is offered, along with a popcorn machine in the corner. A nice little place, but if I had to choose, Tamarack will be my first choice every time.
Nice little brewery, a little out of the way but what isn’t in Montana. The location was beautiful, the building looked very new and clean. The lake is unbelievable that it is next to. I will definitely be visiting again when I’m in the area. I didn’t eat but the person next to me had an elk brat that looked awesome. Came here again and man these beers are impressive. Everything I have had is solid and I can’t wait to keep coming back.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | May 31, 2008
Just off the highway, across from Flathead Lake. Not much parking, but this isn’t a big place. Small tasting taproom, with a large deck for fair weather. They were pouring 6 taps when I was there last month. Very friendly people who know their beer and want to make you comfortable. All beers were excellent, and the special single cask of espresso porter was a real treat. How can you not love a place that has a dog named Homer?
May 2007 - Located right on the east shore road alongside Flathead Lake, this place has a great location. There’s a roomy tasting room alongside the brewhouse and an outdoor patio seating area, both of which were alive with activity. After a few minutes we recognized that this was a family affair from the brewer to the bartender. Although not as "down-home" and friendly as Glacier down the road, the service was efficient and the beers went down well. And having a big bowl of popcorn to munch on was a nice addition. Definitely visit.