The Cellar is Now Open!

The lower level at the FLBC Pubhouse, the Cellar, is now open! Our first month open will be an ‘Open House’ month, the Cellar will be open every day from 4pm to close. Join us for drinks, light appetizers, and some live music. 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, email

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!

Upcoming Events in the Cellar

Sunday, August 25th, 5-8pm | The Bad Larrys
The Bad Larrys will be the first band to play on our new stage! The Bad Larrys are a sly mix of American music mixed with a touch of Prairie Home Companion.

Saturday, September 7th, 5-8pm | Mike Murray
Join us in the Cellar after the Dragonboat Races in Bigfork Bay for live music from the Mike Murray Duo.

Sunday, September 8th, 5-8pm | Mellow Waters
Mellow Waters serves up Americana/folk/pop on acoustic and electric guitar. Having come to songwriting and performing later in life than some, Mellow is grateful for every chance to share his originals and interpretations of his favorite songs.

Sunday, September 15th, 5-8pm | Jesse, The Ocelot
Jesse, The Ocelotwas born from the mountains, and learned at a young age his song from the songbirds. He uses a loop pedal to create layers of atmospheric goodness with vocal harmonies and angel sounds.

Sunday, September 22nd, 5-8pm | Sissy Brown
Coming all the way from Texas, Sissy Brown is a sweet voiced country singer/songwriter influenced by honky tonk, outlaw, and solid country gold legends.

Sunday, September 29th, 5-8pm | Moonshine Mountain
The Moonshine Mountain core is a duo, Cory Chopp and Rio Mattole, from northwest Montana playing original Americana, Folk, and Country.

Friday, October 18th, 7:30-9pm | Comedy Night
Join the Nearly Famous comedy duo of Michael Glatzmaier and Deece Casillas for a night of entertainment.