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Enterprising Small Batch Brews in Columbia Falls, Montana
What’s on Tap
Red Eagle Irish Red - ABV: 8.0% - IBU: 24
Two Ocean IPA- ABV: 7.2% – IBU 85
Siyeh Stout- ABV: 5.8% - IBU: 18
Bearhat Common Ale- ABV: 6.0% – IBU: 56
Mt. Cleveland Brown Ale- Coming Soon!
F5 Imperial IPA- ABV: 10.5% - IBU: 150
North Fork Select- ABV: 3.5% - IBU:23
Hole-in-the-Wall Wheat- ABV: 6.0% - IBU:12
7/18- Live Music! 21st Amendment playing from 5-8p.
7/27- Live Music! Jade Merchants play from 6-8p for Columbia Falls Heritage Days.
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Brewing A Montana Business
Shawn and Kelley Christensen moved to the Flathead Valley for the great hiking and decided to stay for the beer. They decided the great little town of Columbia Falls could really use a brewery.
Desert Mountain Brewing is about more than handcrafting great beer in the mountains - it's about contributing to the community with a product the locals will be proud of, through give-back programs like the Benefit Brews, by attracting visitors passing through Columbia Falls on their way to Glacier National Park, and by giving a generation that is both connoisseur of beer and cultivator of family a comfortable place to stop for a craft beer.
Desert Mountain Brewing is thrilled to be the closest brewery to Glacier National Park. The DMB Draughthaus is conveniently located in the new Cosley building on Nucleus Avenue, downtown Columbia Falls. Daytime childcare is located downstairs at Outside Kids, and fabulous Montana-Italian dinner fare is located right next door at the Three Forks Grille.
Along with handcrafted brew, we will have live music and other events throughout the year. Swing by Desert Mountain Brewing, have a pint and learn about our passion and labor!
Beer can be broken down into four main ingredients; water, malt, hops and yeast. Hops are just one ingredient that makes beer oh so delectable. Adding a seasoning effect and acting as a natural filter with its antiseptic, hops are an important step in the brewing process. Hops, also known as Humulus Lupulus, are dioecious, [...]
DMB is proud to announce that it will be serving up some nice cold brewskis at the raft guides guide night Saturday, June 15. It’s just for guides, but if you’re reading this and you’re a river guide, lucky you!
Starting today, submit a photo in your favorite places with Desert Mountain Brewing merchandise (growler, shirts, hats, stickers) for a chance to win a free growler fill! We will post each submitted photo to our Facebook page, the photo with the most “Likes” at the end of the month wins! Here’s my example: Submit your [...]
Craft beer and live music go hand in hand, that’s why here at Desert Mountain we’ve decided to make it a reoccurring theme. The month of May will bring us not only new beer releases but some great music as well. Here’s a schedule of what’s to come this month: 05/03/13-Spring Wagon String Band (5 [...]
Unlike larger breweries, Desert Mountain retreats back to the grassroots of brewing. This is no push-button brewery; handcrafted means handcrafted. Shawn, Kelley, Darin and I may drink a lot of beer while brewing, but we work damn hard while drinking that beer. On average we brew 2 days a week, producing around 15 half-barrel kegs. [...]