Hops & History | Brewing Montana History: Part 2
- Tuesday, July 30, 2019 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
- Museum of the Rockies, Living History Farm - view map
We continue our story of Montana brewers and their wares as we explore the first golden age of independent brewers, their downfall during Prohibition and their resurrection in the second golden age which we enjoy today.
MOR’s Hops & History program supports the museum’s Living History Farm by pairing historical talks on the Gallatin Valley’s brewing past with beer tastings from local breweries. On the last Tuesday of each summer month, the Tinsley House becomes the perfect backdrop for an evening of brewing history.
Now in its sixth season, enjoy a new addition of small plate dishes served alongside the evening tastings. While you’re enjoying brews, explore the history of brewing both nationally and here in Montana with short lectures led by MOR's Curator of History, Michael Fox and Executive Director, Chris Dobbs.
Age 21+ only. | Space is limited. | Purchase tickets in advance.
$15 admission plus $3 mug charge for new participants, reuse your mug. Do you have too many Hops & History mugs? We understand! For 2019, bring any Hops & History mug or a pint from any year.
- Museum of the Rockies