Beer
2:10 pm
Thu August 29, 2013

A new book examines Montana's craft beer revolution

Beer lovers have no shortage of choice in Montana.

Whether you're in the mood for a rich, malty  Dopplebock, a super-hoppy IPA or a cold, crisp Pilsner, there may just be a local brewer ready to satisfy your cravings.

Ryan Newhouse
Credit Ryan Newhouse

Some 40 craft breweries dot Montana's landscape and Missoula-area writer Ryan Newhouse  has a new book telling their stories.
      It's called "Montana Beer: A Guide to Breweries in Big Sky Country".
       Newhouse is a freelancer who enjoys writing about many different subjects.  He says writers should concentrate on topics they feel passionate about. Good beer is certainly a passion of his.  He writes for several beer blogs and is a co-founder of Missoula Craft Beer Week.         
      In tonight's feature interview with Edward O'Brien, he explains Montana's brewing history harkens back over 150 years to the state's days as a territory.

Montana's breweries - then and now