Wibaux to Chief Mountain
From east to west, all 23 breweries, 13-15 days.
- Day 1: Beaver Creek Brewery (Wibaux)
- Day 2: Missouri Breaks (Wolf Point) Angry Hank's Brewery, Carter's Brewing, Montana Brewing, and Yellowstone Valley Brewing (Billings)
- Day 3: Fat Jack's (Laurel) Sam's Taproom at Red Lodge Ales (Red Lodge)
- Day 4: Lone Peak Brewery (Big Sky)
- Day 5: Madison River Brewing (Belgrade), Bozeman Brewing, 406 Brewing (Bozeman),
- Day 6: Neptune's Brewery (Livingston) Harvest Moon Brewing (Belt)
- Day 7: Bowser Brewing (Great Falls) Blackfoot River Brewing and Lewis & Clark Brewing (Helena)
- Day 8: Quarry Brewery (Butte, America)
- Day 9: Bitter Root Brewing (Hamilton)
- Day 10: Blacksmith Brewing (Stevensville), Bayern Brewing, Big Sky Brewing, Kettlehouse Brewing, Draught Works (Missoula)
- Day 11: Glacier Brewing (Polson)
- Day 12: Tamarack Brewing (Lakeside), Flathead Lake Brewing (Woods Bay), Great Northern Brewing (Whitefish)
- Day 13: Points North
If you really want to see them all, you'll have to take a 200-mile detour on Day Two
Turn north at Glendive on Montana 25 and go up to Wolf Point for a quick visit to Missouri Breaks Brewing and then back to Glendive and onto 1-94/90 West to Billings. If you take this side trip, you'll have already seen Montana's two most remote breweries and some outstanding prairie scenery.
If you skip the Missouri Breaks side trip, it's 247 miles, all through scenic prairie landscapes and along the Yellowstone River, the longest free-flowing river in the Lower 48, to Billings. Grab a room in somewhere in downtown Billings and then enjoy Montana's only brewery tour you can do on foot. You can visit four breweries (Angry Hank's Brewery, Carter's Brewing, Montana Brewing, and Yellowstone Valley Brewing) by walking about a mile total, 14 blocks to be exact. You can finish up the night at Montana Brewing and eat dinner right there. (For detailed directions on finding them go to the Billings Brewery Trail section of this website.)
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