Brewer's Blog

June 7 | Science on Tap

Join us at the FLBC Pubhouse for Science on Tap Flathead! Our next presentation will be on June 7th from 6-8pm. June 7 | Beyond your Tap and Toilet: Wastewater Management on Flathead Lake. Julie Spencer, Bigfork Water and Sewer, & Rob Millspaugh, Flathead Lake Brewing Co. The Flathead Lakers, Flathead Lake Biological Station, and Flathead Lake Brewing Co. present Science on Tap-Flathead, to begin a conversation with our community, to present science in a fun and approachable way, and to communicate and share together our love and respect for this incredible place we live. From 5 to 8pm the

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Chateau Aeneas Barleywine Release

We’re excited to announce the next release in our North Shore Project series of barrel-aged beer, Chateau Aeneas Barleywine, on May 20th, 2016 available to the public at 6pm. The American Barleywine is one of the strongest of ales, and this is no exception! Aged for 14 months in Merlot barrels, this beer has picked up wood, wine, and berry notes in the flavor and aroma. The beer starts out slightly sweet and finishes dry with a moderate hop character. Named for the highest peak in the Jewel Basin where views of the Flathead Valley are well worth the hike. Best served in a snifter

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We’re Hiring!

Do you want to work with beer… whether its serving it, cooking with it, or canning it?! The Flathead Lake Brewing Co. & Pubhouse is currently hiring for bartender, server, kitchen staff, and canning line positions. Drop off a resume at either our Bigfork Pubhouse or Woods Bay Taproom! Pubhouse 116 Holt Drive Bigfork, MT 406.837.2004 Taproom 15300 MT HWY 35 Bigfork (Woods Bay), MT 406.837.0353   Cheers!

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May 31 | The North Shore Book Club – Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

For May we are reading Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. Whether you have read the book, just started, or never heard of it, join us for a beer and casual conversation about the book. We would love to have you! Discussion starts at 6pm. About the book: “On a May afternoon in 1943, an Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean and disappeared, leaving only a spray of debris and a slick of oil, gasoline, and blood. Then, on the ocean surface, a face appeared. It was that of a young lieutenant, the plane’s bombardier, who was struggling to a

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May 24 | Tuesday Toasts with Swan Valley Connections

On May 24th, FLBC is proud to support Swan Valley Connections. 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! Swan Valley Connections (SVC) is a community-based non-profit focused on connecting people to the natural environment in an effort to effect significant impact in conservation, stewardship, and eduction in the Swan Valley. For more information, visit www.swanvalleyconnections.org.

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