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After a big day on the slopes, an adventure hiking through the wilderness, or a wet and wild rafting expedition on the Gallatin River, there’s something nice and relaxing about sitting down and enjoying a drink. If you’re over 21, be sure to explore and enjoy some of the flavorful, innovative, or classic spirits that come from Montana Distilleries scattered across the Treasure State.
The distilleries of Montana create all sorts of high quality alcoholic spirits. From huckleberry gins to Montana moonshine to bacon flavored vodka, there’s a liquor out there for everyone. Rum, gin, whiskey, moonshine, bourbon, cream liqueur, brandy, vodka, and other spirits are all made in Montana.
Montana may be the world’s perfect place to sample different spirits and distilleries. Our pristine and natural environment has a bountiful selection of raw Montana ingredients that are ideal for distilling hard alcohol. Add in the pure mountain air and fresh flowing Montana water and you have the recipe for perfection.
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Of course, it’s up to you to discover your favorite Montana drink. Bring some with you on your next fly fishing trip, sip a drink up at Everett’s at Big Sky Resort, bring your own to Music In The Mountains, or stop by one of the tap rooms at one of the Montana distilleries listed below. Explore what’s out there.
Two of the closest distilleries to Big Sky are Willie’s Distillery in Ennis and Roughstock Distillery near Four Corners in Bozeman. They both make a mighty fine Montana Whiskey along with other tasty spirits. Try both of them while you’re in town.
Stop by The Cave in Big Sky Town Center to purchase a bottle for yourself or as a gift or order a drink made with one of the Montana Distilleries listed above at any Big Sky establishment that serves drinks.
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FYI – Did you know that one of the most popular hard drinks in Big Sky is the Montana Mule? Try a splash of whiskey mixed with ginger ale or ginger beer and a lime wedge in a cold copper mug. It’s delicious!
Please drink responsibly. Take advantage of Big Sky’s free public transportation.