Yesterday I noticed long time employee Colleen Bitter eating her lunch in the new back section of the Myrtle Street KettleHouse. Ok Myrtle Street Taphouse (MSTH) to be technically correct, but I’ll get to that later. Her sandwich sat where a 14 barrel fermenter sat last year, which is where a 10 bbl open fermenter… Read more »
Both KettleHouse taprooms will be closed September 2nd for Labor Day. Thanks and have a great holiday!
KettleHouse Brewing Company is excited to release our 2013 North American Brewing Awards (NABA) Silver Medal award winning beer in the Barrel Aged category. Gin Barrel Aged Eddy Out® Pale Ale will be on tap at our Northside location Monday August 5th. Using Dry Fly Distilling gin barrels we aged our Eddy Out® Pale Ale for 4 months… Read more »
…be safe and enjoy a KettleHouse beer somewhere else for the day!
Thanks Missoula Police Department and Bomb Squad There has been some discussion about a bomb-themed beer as a result of the scare we had near the Southside brewery on June 20th. While we have a culture that embraces good humor, we have no plans to name a beer after the incident. We would like to… Read more »
Our company mission has long been to strive for better, cooler times in the quality of our beer and our lives and we’ve tried to make our website reflect that. We have an awesome and comprehensive outdoor recreations page where you can find creative, educational and fun websites to check out before embarking on your… Read more »
By now word is out that the Kettlehouse Brewery on Myrtle street is undergoing some changes. We have been remodeling the space adjacent to us in order to restructure our business. The plan is to move all brewing tanks into the adjacent space so that physical separation between the taproom and the brewery can be… Read more »
Who’d a thunk our decision to circle the wagons and try to fill the rising demand for Cold Smoke® in our own back yard would have caused such a stir? We even got mentioned on one of our brewing hero’s, New Glarus of WI , facebook pages and a Catholic blog entry entitled “What Would Jesus Drink?”…. Read more »
So instead of raising prices exorbitantly to slow down demand, we made a harsh choice. It’s interesting that our growth is on fire in our wholesale markets. We are the #1 selling craft beer with our distributors. We felt that we didn’t want to raise prices too high, as we are committed to selling the… Read more »