Big Sky Brewing Company

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Big Sky Brewing Company
Location Missoula, Montana
Opened 1995
Barrels per year 33,000 US barrels (2006)
Website http://www.bigskybrew.com/
Active beers
Name Type
Moose Drool Brown ale
Scape Goat Pale ale
Trout Slayer American pale wheat ale
Big Sky IPA India pale ale
Seasonal beers
Name Type
Powder Hound Winter warmer
Summer Honey Pale ale
Other beers
Name Type
Bobo's Robust Porter Porter
Slow Elk Oatmeal stout

Big Sky Brewing Company is a brewery located in Missoula, Montana. It brews six different styles of beer: Moose Drool (a brown ale), Scape Goat (Pale Ale), Big Sky (India Pale ale), Powder Hound (Winter Ale), Summer Honey (Seasonal Ale), and Trout Slayer Ale.

Big Sky Brewing Company is by far the largest brewery in Montana and has the farthest reach nationally of any brew made in Montana. Big Sky products are distributed in 23 states (covering the west coast and working itself east). The brewery made national news in 2000 when it was sued by Moosehead Breweries in Canada for using the word "moose" in its most popular beer "Moose Drool." The case was eventually settled with Big Sky agreeing to not sell Moose Drool directly to certain areas in eastern United States.[1]

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Other Breweries in Missoula, Montana
Taprooms only

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