Category Archives: Beer

Last Brushes & Brews of the Season: April 20th

Join us for the last Brushes & Brews of the season at the FLBC Pubhouse! Local artist, Carly Swartz, will lead a painting class from 6:30-8:30pm. No experience is necessary and all materials are provided. For $35, you’ll get a glass of beer or wine + an appetizer + all the supplies you need to take home your very own painting! Early signups are encouraged, so reserve your spot today by contacting the Pubhouse at 406-837-2004. Payment is required at time of reservation. Cancellations received by the night before the class will be fully refunded.  

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Tuesday Toasts with Bigfork Youth Baseball: April 17th

On April 17th, FLBC is proud to support Bigfork Youth Baseball. From 5 to 8 pm, $1.00 of every pint and $0.50 from soda sold will be donated. Join us in supporting our community and learn about these awesome organizations! Bigfork Youth Baseball Association endeavors to instill solid leadership and training to Bigfork Student Athletes. BYBA is a program where the whole community can be expected to build on the fundamental principles of the game of baseball and share a quality baseball experience! For more information, visit www.bigforkbaseball.org.  

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Bigfork Brewfest: March 3rd

Our favorite brewfest is right around the corner! Join us and other great breweries in Downtown Bigfork on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 from 2-6pm. Make sure to swing by our booth to say hi! We’ll have samples of: Bluff Charge Oatmeal Pale Ale; Citrus SMaSH IPA; Woods Bay Sour Pale (our last sour to be barrel aged at the former Woods Bay Taproom); and the Camp Misery Imperial Stout! The brewfest will feature over 20 brewers, food trucks, bonfires, and live music (Kyle Dean & Chance Cole). A highlight again this year will be the Spam-o-rama carving competition, prior to

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Science on Tap | The Hubble Space Telescope

We are reaching for the stars this coming month at Science on Tap-Flathead. The Hubble Space Telescope is arguably the most important astronomical instrument ever built. Dr. Korechoff’s presentation will describe the Hubble Observatory and the advantages of a telescope in space, how the telescope was repaired on-orbit, and what the Hubble Space Telescope has contributed to our understanding of the universe. Dr. Korechoff has been an aerospace and optical engineer for 43 years; the last 26 years as an optical engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA. He was involved with the design and build of the

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Tuesday Toasts with North Shore Nordic Club

On February 20th, FLBC is proud to support North Shore Nordic Club. From 5 to 8 pm, $1.00 of every pint sold will be donated to a non-profit organization in our community. Join us in supporting our community and learn about these awesome organizations! The North Shore Nordic Club is dedicated to providing quality groomed cross country skiing in the lower Flathead Valley. NSNC maintains over 30 kilometers at two trail systems: Bigfork Community Nordic Ski Trails and Blacktail Nordic Trails above Lakeside. For more information, visit www.northshorenordic.org.

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