One of several breweries within walking distance in downtown Billings, this is one of only two that offers food, so we timed our walk to end here for dinner. The staff was super friendly, the space expansive and well put together. The beers were good but nothing extraordinary. And our food was well prepared and good for a chilly fall evening. One of the better stops in downtown Billings. Brewery #766, 10/2016.
This is a very attractive brewpub with outdoor seating in the heart of Billings. The service at the bar was great and they served flights, which is a huge bonus. The beers were all quite good, some outstanding.
Passing through Montana. Figured I’d stop by to visit some old college friends in Billings. Came here. Food was excellent. Custer ’ s Last Stand was the best beer I had. Service was good. Only bad thing was WiFi. If you’re on untappd, take pictures and send to email, don’t plan on uploading there. Would go back for the beer and food.
Feels like a casual corporate restaurant with home brewed beers. Beers are above average and enjoyable but nothing exceptional. Food is the same. Check it out if you’re in town. Nothing to make a trip for.
Obviously not the ultimate beer nerd or hipster joint. Very nice bar/restaurant packed with tons of professional folks spending money and enjoying conversation. Did not try the food, but will next time.
Funky old style brew pub with large bar and wood paneling, but it is nicer in the summer to sit outside on one of the main streets of Billings. The beers were surprisingly good, the fries we ordered surprisingly bad. Good prices, open late (compared to the brewpubs in Mt). Would recommend checking out if you’re in Billings, look for their seasonals. Cheap growler fills too.
Visited this little (big) place before a flight home to New York City after spending a week in Yellowstone. Decent little joint with a fairly interesting selection of beer, though almost everything was low grav, I think only one or two beers broke 6%. Rather than your standard brewpub styles they made them a bit more interesting, adding rye, odd fruits, a scottish ale instead of an amber, etc. The beer was OK, their year-round stuff was overall way better than their seasonals. Decent service and crowd, a bit hick-y unsurprisingly. Very, very cheap. $6 growler fills, $9 for a 8x4oz sampler.
Right in the middle of downtown Billings, an easy walk from two other brewpubs. Plenty of parking and ample seating indoors and out. Food was nice; one of the best (and hottest) buffalo wraps I’ve ever had. Service was average. They had a bunch of new brews on tap, but only 2-3 of their core offerings. I’d been wanting to try the Custer’s stout, but it will have to wait until next time. I definitely will come back! Oh yeah, I hit happy hour (4-6pm on a Thursday) and pints were $2 each.
Conveniently located within a few blocks from the Greyhound Station in downtown Billings. I visited this place with my girlfriend (now my wife) a couple of years ago on a backpacking trip. I remember having the raspberry wheat and an IPA, but nothing much after that. It’s an older building, beautiful with the kettles in full view of the bar. Spacious, nice big screens for watching any sports games you’d like. The prices were great and the food was nice also. A great town, if you’re passing through stop on by Montana Brewing.