Time to get your Tour on!
Billings, Montana’s Trailhead, has the only self–guided, walkable brewery tour in Montana. This unofficial “brewery district” is located downtown and includes six breweries, two distilleries, and a cider house, all within easy walking distance. Take this 1.5-mile brewery route and enjoy some historic points along the way.
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Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. / Spirit of Montana Distilling2123 1st Ave N # B
Your first stop is a brewery and distillery in one, with open mic nights and live music often. Enjoy a handcrafted Yellowstone brew-Grizzly Wulff Wheat, Wild Fly Ale, Renegade Red Ale, Huckleweizen and Black Widow Oatmeal Stout. Or, enjoy homemade vodka and gin in their distillery tasting room.
Last Chance Pub & Cider Mill2305 Montana Avenue
When you are ready for a change of taste, Last Chance has you covered with ciders made in house along with an outstanding menu of locally sourced artisan food. If you prefer the beer, have no fear, Red Lodge Ales is also on tap here!
Asylum Distillery2223 Montana Avenue
Go stir crazy with hand crafted cocktails at Asylum Distillery. Montana Made Gin, Vodka, Rum and even Moonshine, this is Straight Jacket you will actually enjoy! Unique decor to represent life inside of an asylum, complete with an electric chair.
Überbrew2305 Montana Ave.
Überbrew offers a full menu, so stop here for an appetizer and a drink before you head out.
Billings Depot, Inc.2310 Montana Ave.
When you leave Uberbrew, make sure to stop by the Historic Billings Depot. The distillery is housed in part of this historic landmark that was built in 1909 to service three major railroad companies. The waiting area and baggage rooms of the Depot are restored and preserved as historical places. Enjoy some sunshine in the Depot outdoor garden before heading into Trailhead Spirits for some house-made gin and vodka.
Carter's Brewing2526 Montana Ave.
Carter’s has several handcrafted beers to choose from, including their Coldwater Kolsch, De-Railed India Pale Ale, Black Magic Porter, Farmhouse Ale, StationMaster Pale Ale
Western Heritage Center2822 Montana Ave.
Before you head to Angry Hank’s, stop by the Western Heritage Center to get your history fix. The building is located to your left as you head west along Montana Ave. The center is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and is housed in the historic Parmly Billings Memorial Librar
Angry Hank’s20 N 30th St.
Enjoy one of Angry Hank’s 8 ales on tap, including Anger Management Belgian-style Wheat, Angry Hank’s Blonde, Street Fight Imperial Red, Dog Slobber Brown, Head Trauma IPA as well as seasonal beers. You’ll love the new location with outdoor patio seating. Try a new brew and munch on some popcorn and hot sauce while you’re here.
Thirsty Street Brewing Co.3008 1st Ave N.
Thirsty Street Brewing Co. offers 6 fresh, full flavored beers on tap, including a Belgian Blonde and Belgian Dubbel, along with Montana made hot dogs and sausages. A game room with pool, shuffleboard, darts, and big screen TV will keep you entertained!
Montana Brewing Co.113 N 28th St
Your last stop is at Montana Brewing Company. If you’re hungry, enjoy some dinner and try Custer’s Last Stout for dessert. They’re open late, so no rush when you’re here.
Off The Brewed Path
Trailhead Spirits 1400 S. 24th Street: Located approximately 10 minutes from the Trail, stop by Trailhead Spirits for a taste of their award-winning Montana made and hand-crafted gin and vodka, and small batch whiskey.
Canyon Creek Brewing 3060 Gabel Road: The first brewery built from the ground up in Billings. From the avid beer connoisseurs to first-time triers, Canyon Creek has something for everyone