Brews & the Big Sky: Montana Made, Montana Brewed
Last Tuesday of every month* | $8 admission, includes beer tasting | 21 and older
6:00pm: Lecture begins
6:30 – 8pm: Beer tasting and museum exhibits open
Space is limited. Tickets are available in advance for all events.
*This program is not offered in December or January.
Brews & The Big Sky explores the unique growth and success of business and industry under the Big Sky paired with unique Montana brews. This adults-only winter series enters its second season with program expansions. Enjoy a night out as the Museum becomes a lively venue for drinks, dinner, and local history. Begin your evening with an exploration of local industries, presented by Curator of History, Michael Fox, with a lecture in the Hager Auditorium. Following the lecture, sample brews from a Montana brewery, purchase dinner from a local food truck, or wander through MOR exhibitions. Enjoy an adults-only evening at MOR!
Food is available for purchase from a local food truck. Seating for eating is in the Lower Lobby. Food and drinks are not allowed in the exhibit halls.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
AGRICULTURE & ALES: GROWING BIG SKY COMMUNITIES
with MSU Extension
serving brews from Katabatic Brewing Company
Montana State University was founded in 1893. In those days, however, it was known as the Montana College of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts and provided technical agricultural and homemaking information to citizens across the state. MSU instructors and researchers studied plant varieties (including barley and hops) that could thrive in Montana’s climate, advised home canners on the latest techniques, and even trained home radio users in how to keep their sets in tip-top condition. Join us for a lively discussion of MSU’s long history of educating Montanans even those who live far from Bozeman!
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