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
After a leisurely breakfast or after checking out the Elk Country Visitor Center or the Smokejumper's Visitor Center, head west on I-90 and then north (right) on U.S. 93.
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You can motor straight up U.S 93 to Polson, but you'll probably enjoy the slower, more scenic route a lot more. Turn west (left) at Ravalli on U.S. Highway 200 and make a stop at the National Bison Range. From U.S. 200, turn north (right) on U.S. 212 just before Dixon and go to Moiese where you'll find the entrance to the National Bison Range. After seeing the range, get back on U.S. 212 and head north to Charlo and get back on U.S. 93 at the Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge.
Once back on U.S. 93, head north to Polson. Grab a late lunch, check into a motel and then hunt down the recently expanded taproom at Glacier Brewing for a microbrew or two before dinner. If you want pizza for dinner, you can order it in the taproom.
Your safety is important to us. Please drink responsibly. If you are drinking alcholol, please be certain to include a designated sober driver; do not drink and drive. It is against the law to drive or be in actual physical control of a motor vehicle when blood alcohol content level is at .08% or more.