Located on the corner of the historic Front Street 1500 block next to the Wake Cup Coffee Shop and Bakery. Sit. Stay. Drink. Enjoy the banks of the Missouri River in Fort Benton, the birthplace of Montana. We have entwined the area's rich history into our brewery where each beer has a unique story of how it came to be, tying the past to the present.
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The Golden Triangle is created by following Highway 87 from Great Falls through Fort Benton and on to Havre. Then west on Highway 2 to Shelby and back down Interstate 15 to complete the triangle.
This area is known for its rich agricultural history and modern production of barley, wheat and other grains - making it ideal for our brewery to create one-of-a-kind Golden Triangle beers for your enjoyment.
What brewery would be complete without a few games to blow off steam? Each week GTB will host a series of events to compliment our varietal beer selections.
Everyday you will find corn hole (aka Bags), cards and boardgames for you, your friends and family's entertainment.
We have selected family farms and companies within Montana's Golden Triangle to provide us with the freshest ingredients and create unique and hyper local brews with a flavor profile that showcases our terroir.
This light and refreshing American Wheat Ale is handcrafted from hard red winter wheat grown on Bomgardner Farms outside of Loma and barley from Pfeifle Farms in Power. Both grains were malted on the Pfeifle farm by Farm Power Malt.
Shepweizen has a golden heart, wheat haze, clean finish and is ready to be your loyal companion on hot harvest days or around the campfire after a canoe adventure.
The steamboat Benton was known as "Old Reliable" and a common sight along the levee as it made 44 trips from St. Louis to Fort Benton, more than any other mountain steamer.
This distinctively American style harkens back to the Gold Rush days with a brewing process unique to those early Western entrepreneurs.
The Bentonbier has a deep golden hue, wonderful balance and clean finish.
Just downstream from Front Street, this point allowed eagle-eyed observers to spot the steamboats and signal the community of the approaching excitement.
With a robust reddish color, malty backbone and dry finish this style allows the molasses (treacle in the U.K.) addition to create a full finish and browned sugar.
The honyoker (hon-yocker) is a word with many interpretations. One such is derived from the German, "honigjager", meaning honey chaser, and was a reference to early Montana settlers pursuing sweet opportunities.
This light German ale uses internationally awarded honey from Yirsa Farms in Big Sandy to create an easy drinking instant favorite.
Thomas Meagher (pronounced Mar) was Montana's first territorial Governor. He had made many friends and foes during his time in Montana and both were present that fateful day in 1867.
Several theories exist to his disappearance but what is known is that he fell from a steamboat late in the evening and was never recovered.
This Irish stout has an elegant addition of Old Bridge Coffee Roasters cold brew.
-Jalapeño Honey Hefeweizen-
After months of harassment from Dean Bomgardner we have made a chili-infused beer. With wheat from Bomgardner's farm and Jalapeños from FalTree Farms, both located in Loma, this hazy wheat ale has deep flavor and a mild, lingering tingle.
Availability may vary. Other Recipes are under development and will be announced as they arrive.
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1500 Front Street, Fort Benton, Montana 59442, United States