Bigfork Pubhouse

About the bigfork pubhouse

The FLBC Pubhouse has many areas to relax in. The “Barrel Room” is a multi-purpose room which features the bar top from our original Woods Bay location. Here you can sit, have a drink, and enjoy some food while overlooking the FLBC production facility. One can also take home 6-packs of select styles or growlers at the refill station.

Our “Pubhouse” area boasts five TVs, a fireplace, and views overlooking Flathead Lake that will take your breath away. There are 16 great tap selections to choose from, carefully selected wines from around the country, a full liquor bar, and a cocktail menu carefully designed using local distilleries and fresh ingredients.

We also have the “Imperial Room,” a quieter dining experience well suited for private parties or events.

When the weather permits, enjoy dining on our deck area. It boasts two TVs and a fireplace.

In all spaces on the main floor we offer a fresh, seasonal menu featuring daily specials and a wide range of food entrees such as in-house smoked meats, seafood, and desserts.

We recently opened the downstairs level of the Pubhouse, the “Cellar.” Join us for drinks, light appetizers, and some live music. There is a lower level deck with a shuffleboard table, two fire pits, and equally amazing views of the lake. In the months to come, we will be working on our pizza kitchen. Look forward to Chicago-style deep dish pizza in the future!

We hope the Cellar will be a comfortable place to meet up with friends for a drink and good times. This will be our new event space, so check out the live music, comedy acts, movie nights, and more that we will be scheduling. The Cellar will also be available to rent out for special parties, so keep us in mind for rehearsal dinners, company parties, or family gatherings. This room will be able to hold groups up to 100 people. For more information on reserving the Cellar, click here.

In the Cellar you’ll also find our new sour beer room. This room is a temperature controlled, closed off area that will create the perfect environment to experiment with barrel aged sour beers. Our sour beer is inoculated with a wild yeast strain (Brettanomyces) that takes six months to two years to develop the desired sour and tart flavors. Stay tuned for the new and exciting sours that will be tapped in the Cellar!

On your way out, stop by our retail shop where you can bring home the FLBC experience. There is everything from t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, pint glasses, and vintage wood signs made by local Meissenburg Designs.

VISIT US!
116 Holt Drive
Bigfork, MT 59911
(406) 837-2004
Monday through Sunday 11am – 10pm
(Dinner served till 9:30)
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VIEW OUR LUNCH MENU >  served 11-4:00pm
VIEW OUR DINNER MENU >  served 4-9:30pm

*During peak summer season, to go orders will be limited to 8 entrees per ticket.

Special Events

Trivia | Every Wednesday starting September 18th. Beginning at 6:30pm, grab a pint and try our weekly pasta special while you play Trivia for a chance to win!

Science on Tap | 1st Tuesday of the month in the Cellar, presentations start at 6pm.

Tuesday Toasts | 2nd to last Tuesday of the month from 5-10pm $1 of every beer and $0.50 from soda will be donated to a local non-profit.

meet our pub crew

Deanna McCann: Catering/Event Chef

Hometown:  Bigfork, Montana

What do you do at the brewery? I am responsible for creating our menus and recipes as well as catering events and overseeing the kitchen to make sure our customers get the best quality and leave satisfied with a full tummy and a happy face.

What is your favorite style of beer? I usually like to sip on our newest sour beer creation or one of our refreshing Belgians. Cooking with beer is a whole difference of preferences however! I like to use our Brown or Porter ales in a lot of our recipes at the Pubhouse.

What brought you to Bigfork? I was born in Alaska but I have lived in Bigfork since I was about 3 months old. Growing up here has been a wonderful experience and has taught me to love and respect our environment. I can’t imagine being anywhere else as beautiful as our Flathead Valley.

 

Josh Johnson: Head Chef

Hometown: Kihei, Hawaii

What do you do at the brewery? I’m the Head Chef at the Pubhouse.

What is your favorite style of beer? India Pale Ales.

What brought you to Bigfork? I first visited Bigfork and fell in love with the area 7 years ago. After that visit I knew I wanted to make it my home.

 

 

 

Nicole Harker: General Manager

Hometown: Born in Norfolk, Virginia….raised in most of Southern California, but consider Bigfork, Montana my hometown.

What do you do at the brewery? General Manager and Employee Wrangler.

What is your favorite style of beer? I like beers that are light in bitterness. Some of my favorite here have been the Bufflehead Brown, Flathead Lager, and the Swimmer’s Itch Saison.

What brought you to Bigfork? We wanted our children to grow up in a small town with a tight knit community, and we have family right over the boarder that we wanted to be closer to.

 

 

Renee Elsen: Assistant Manager

Hometown: Helena, Montana

What do you do at the brewery? Assistant Manager.

What is your favorite style of beer? I am a light-hearted gal myself, both in beer and spirit! I enjoy the Flathead Premium Lager and Bluff Charge Pale Ale.

What brought you to Bigfork? My parents met working in Glacier National Park in the 70’s. This valley has always been a special place in my family’s heart and houses some of my dearest friends and family. After college in Bozeman, I couldn’t think of a better place to live and work. The pup and I Iove working and playing hard here on gorgeous Flathead Lake!

 

 

Andrea Koestner: Floor Supervisor

Hometown: Ferndale Heights, Montana

What do you do at the brewery? Floor Supervisor and Fun Coordinator.

What is your favorite style of beer? Pale Ales.

What brought you to Bigfork? The awesome location, people, and of course great fishing!