Bozeman’s Best Winter Flights: Brewery Edition
We don’t discriminate when it comes to bubbly—whether we’re talking champagne or local craft brews. Especially if you’re trying to warm up when winter weather comes knocking! The worst part of having so many top-notch beers to choose from is, well, choosing. So don’t! Go ahead and order up a flight (or two) to sample from the best of the winter best.
MAP Brewing Puts Winter On The Map
At MAP Brewing, their year-round selection has plenty to please your palate in winter. But it’s the seasonal rotators that we really get excited for. Mix and match from both sides of the list, and taste your way around the menu. Watch out—it’s going to get a little dark.
80 Chain – Oatmeal Stout
The absolute classic stout, with notes of chocolate and coffee. Um, YUM!
Soul Charger – Scottish Ale
The Scots know way more than just whiskey. Can you say, rich and creamy? We’ll have a pint.
The Big Dark – Russian Imperial Stout
Take some rich dark chocolate flavor and roasty malt, and then add a dash of spice and floral hops. Welcome to the dark side.
Asphyxiation – Belgian Strong Dark Ale
Rich dark caramel, dried stone fruits, and a bit of light spice come together for a beer that is quiet but deadly.
Taste The BZN At Bozeman Brewing Company
Bozeman Brewing Company doesn’t put any frills on the drinking experience in their cozy tasting room. That’s the beer’s job. Come find out what everyone is raving about!
Route Chute – Blonde Ale
Let’s lighten things up a bit and go for an Adventure Ale for après ski.
Buzz Kill – Java Stout
With six malts and some coffee from Rockford, the java jive loves this beer!
N Broadway – Black IPA
Find out what happens when a porter and an IPA have a little too much fun together and unite citrusy hops and rich malty goodness.
Plum Street Porter
Seven malts (seven!) walk into a bar and…well, you know the rest.
Cozy up at Bunkhouse
When the brewery’s very name inspires cozy, you know you’re in for a treat at Bunkhouse. The intimate atmosphere invites you to sit down and sip away at these off-the-wall winter treats.
Pineapple Upside Down Sour Brown Ale
When winter’s got you down, get a little sour. Tart citrus tastes oh-so good.
Bandit’s Moon, Phase 1: Blood Orange Hazy IPA
Orange and winter flavor for the win!
Fairies Wear Boots Imperial Plum Cream Stout
If you don’t get the Black Sabbath ref, that’s totally okay. All you need to get is a taste of this sweetness.
Sabino Red Ale
If you like your beers like you like your men (rich) then this is the red ale for you.
You Don’t Need To Hike To Bridger Brewing
The wall-to-wall print featuring the Bridger Mountain Range is as close as you need to get to the summit if the wind is whipping. And these winter-vibe brews will keep you cozy and warm while you enjoy.
McTavish Scotch Ale
More strong Scottish flavor, aged in bourbon barrels, brings caramel and oak to your waiting taste buds.
Can’t Get Enough of Your Love
Dark chocolate and chili. That’s all we have to say—go get spicy!
When it’s the official beer of the Bozeman Ice Festival, how could it not be the perfect winter beer?
Ghost Town Coffee Stout
Coffee meets beer, beer says “hey,” and it was love at first sip.
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