You can find these fine beers year-round, in stores, and on tap.
2014 Bronze winner and 2013 silver winner of the Great American Beer Festival’s Wheat Beer with Yeast category. Combining the best aspects of three major types of beer, Wheatfish is brewed like a German wheat beer, cold-fermented, aged like a lager, & hopped (three seperate additions of cascade hops) like an American ale. The wheat contributes a full body & light spiciness. The hops give citrus hints & the finish is crisp & smooth. Low in bitterness & very drinkable.
Style - American Wheat Lager (with yeast)
ABV - 4.75% IBUs - 13
Malts - Wheat, Pilsner, Pale & Light Munich
Hops - Cascade & Millennium
Yeast - Lager
Appearance - cloudy & pale
Going to the Sun IPA is brewed in the spirit of Glacier National Park’s iconic and picturesque highway. For the beer lover that seeks distinct flavor, Going to the Sun is a true IPA that is brewed to be more drinkable & refreshing than many very hoppy northwestern IPA’s.
Style - American IPA
ABV - 5.5% IBUs - 54
Malts - Pale & Caramel
Hops - Cascade, Columbus & Centennial
Yeast - Ale
Appearance - Sunset gold
Rising up to the majestic, flavorful mountain lifestyle of northwest Montana, this robust beer celebrates the good life with malty, hoppy awesomeness and an incredibly balanced drinkability. From the land of fresh air and enormous views - perspective from here is 'Good Medicine'.
Style – Strong Red Ale
ABV – 7.5% IBUs - 55
Malts – Pale, Caramel, Honey, Caramel & Dark Munich
Hops – Cluster & Willamette
Yeast – American Ale
Appearance – reddish copper
Capturing the flavor of nature, brewed with pure glacial water, select northwest hops, wheat & barley malt, and of course, the juice of handpicked Montana huckleberries. Wild Huckleberry is not bitter or overly sweet, but it's extremely refreshing.
Style - American Wheat Lager (with fruit)
ABV (alcohol by volume) - 4.6%
IBUs (international bittering units)- 11
Malts - Wheat, Pilsner, & Vienna
Hops - Millennium
Yeast - Lager
Appearance - slightly hazy & pale