Love Beer and Food? MT Brews and BBQ is Saturday at MetraPark
Like you really need an excuse to enjoy fantastic beer, live music and great food, outdoors in the Montana sunshine. Am I right? The 11th annual MT Brews and BBQ is happening Saturday at MetraPark and the event this year is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet.
The festival features beers exclusively from Montana.
Beer festivals usually have a mix of local and regional breweries (and don't get me wrong, there are some great beers from the Pacific Northwest), but MT Brews and BBQ features exclusively Montana brewed and kegged beers. If you were to travel to all of the Montana brewers represented at the event, you'd put over 1,800 miles on your car!
Live music, food trucks and beer drinking will happen Lakeside at MetraPark.
It's more of a pond, really, but the "lake" at MetraPark is a perfect setting for the seventeen food trucks that will be offering a huge variety of foods on-site during the festival. Bring a lawn chair and grab a seat for live music from D'tective. The gates are open from 1 PM to 10 PM.
Admission is FREE but you can save on early-bird drink tokens.
The festival is free to enter, but the beer isn't. An exclusive pre-sale opportunity includes an Official Event Glass and 10 beer tokens for just $20. Pre-sale can be purchased now at:
- Thirsty Street
- CPR (Cell Phone Repair)
- Canyon Creek Brewing
- Sean O'Daniel State Farm
- Shipton's Big R
- Midway Grill and Brews
Tokens and glasses are also available all day at the event.
Cause Nothin' Beats an Ice Cold Montana Brew.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Billings Breakfast Exchange Club Community Partners, so you can feel good supporting great causes while you enjoy Montana's finest beers.
To help celebrate MT Brews and BBQ we're giving away prize packs with two free pints at Thirsty Street + $10 at Montana Melt.
Three winners will be selected at random from all entries on Monday (7/19) and the gift certificates can be redeemed at your convenience.
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