Name Dropping (part 3)…new assistant brewers!

Back after a little hiatus with part 3.

Over the summer, we had the chance to experiment with some unique recipes. The most unique of them all and something we were super proud of, was the ability to add candy and cereal, YES, candy and cereal to our brews. We’re hoping that these recipes and future recipes take us to the top of the Montana brewery experience in quality and originality. We believe we already brew great beer, it’s up to the rest of the state to experience Limberlost…when we’re open…

First up to bat…

Saturday Morning Breakfast IPA-6%-A light bodies IPA brewed with 2-row, Carapils, and Munich malts. Lightly hopped with Mt.Hood, Citra and Belma hops to give it a sweet, fruity back end. SMB has a very, very light sweet taste to match the balanced fruit taste that sits so gently on your tongue. Who would’ve ever thought you could dry hop with cereal?

No milk was harmed or used in the making of this beer. But, adding some cream to it next go around may make it a little more unique.


It may seem like an odd ensemble, but if you want to be the best, you have to brew the best.


Swedish Bull/Cut Throat/Brown/Rainbow Trout-4%-A super light wheat beer infused with Swedish Fish Candies…how do you ask, maybe more so…WHY ON EARTH WOULD YOU DO THIS!? Well, we had a hankering to try something a little different. We bought 5 lbs of Swedish Fish and added it to the boil. We also used pectin to dissolve out the sugars. It’s unique, but it could use a little more pep next time around. It ended up tasting like a Cherry Wheat, better luck next time.

Another 5lbs never hurt anyone!!!

There is something “fishy” about this beer. But, a good kind of fishy!


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