Showing posts with label Billings. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Billings. Show all posts

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Lucky's Market Brings Beer and Groceries to Missoula

Southgate Mall in Missoula, Montana, is in the midst of a $64 million renovation that will include an upgrade to its current 1970s facade. The revitalization includes a new theater that includes dinner tables, so dinner and a movie happens at the same time.

But the announcement this week is that Lucky's Market will take over the former Sears location on the Brooks St. side of Southgate Mall. The new 32,000 square foot store will employ about 150 people.

The grocery will have an in-house butcher who will serve meats that have never been treated with antibiotics or artificial growth hormones. Customers will also find a department with ready-to-eat meals made daily, such as grab-and-go sushi and a cheese island stocked with products from all over the world. There will also be a juice bar, a café area with coffee, bulk foods, an apothecary department, and a beer and wine department.

But beyond buying beer to take home, Lucky's Market will sell beer and wine for shoppers to sip while picking out dinner. Yes, a "sip 'n shop" experience is coming to Missoula. Lucky's is new to Missoula, but not new to Montana. There's already a Lucky's Market in Billings.

According to a press release distributed by Southgate Mall, customers can grab a $2 pint of local beer or a $3 glass of wine to “enhance the shopping experience.”

Lucky's Market is set to open mid-2018.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The Thomas Meagher Bar Opens in Missoula

With 16 tap handles, plenty of beer will be served.
Montana Beer Finder was extended an invitation to attend last night's VIP pre-party for the opening of Missoula's newest spot to buy a pint of beer, The Thomas Meagher Bar, housed in the former Sean Kelly's space at 130 W. Pine. With free food and drinks flowing, we got a "taste" of what's in store for Missoula's Irish Pub scene, and it's pretty darn authentic. 

Behind this project is Sean Graves, owner of Montana Brewing Company in Billings, Montana. Graves is familiar with Missoula, however, as he studied at the University of Montana-Missoula. He will spend some time traveling to/from Billings/Missoula as the bar takes shape. But while he's away, the bar will be in very good hands. 

After Sean Kelly's split into The Stone of Accord, both being owned by Tom Hilley, it was only a matter of time before Sean Kelly's pulled the plug. The original chef of Sean Kelly's had already moved over the the Accord, leaving the sous chef in charge of Sean Kelly's (and adding curries). That chef, and many key staff, have stayed on as part of Thomas Meagher, under the guidance of Graves and his partners.

The drinks were flowing all night.
The beer line up for Thomas Meagher bears resemblances to the taps/bottles Sean Kelly's had, though I admit I can't remember everything they offered. On tap last night was, in part, Murphy's Irish Stout (served as a slow pour), Smithwick's, Stella Artois Cidre, and seasonals from Deschutes, Big Sky Brewing, Kettlehouse, and Bayern.

"But we plan on bringing in at least one seasonal rotator from Montana Brewing Company as often as we can," says Sean Graves. 


Why? Because if you know about Montana Brewing Company's beers you'll also know that they hardly, probably never, served their beers outside their own brewery, and they have award-winning beers! 

Graves also expressed great excitement to be part of next year's Missoula Craft Beer Week, so there's that to look forward to as well. 

Cottage Pie (similar to Shepherd's Pie)

Custom stained glass piece under an existing skylight. 

The Thomas Meagher Bar should be open to the public as of today. Go check it out!

Curious about Thomas Meagher and his connection to Montana? Read this...

Quoted from

Territorial governorship of Montana
Brigadier General Thomas Francis Meagher
After the war, Meagher was appointed Secretary of the new Territory of Montana; soon after arriving there, he was designated Acting Governor. Meagher attempted to create a working relationship between the territory's Republican executive and judicial branches, and the Democratic legislative branch. He failed, making enemies in both camps. Further, he angered many when he pardoned a fellow Irishman who had been convicted of manslaughter.

The Territory of Montana was created from the eastern portion of Idaho Territory as its population increased with an influx of settlers following the discovery of gold in 1862. When the Civil War ended, many more settlers entered the territory. Searching for riches, they often disregarded U.S. treaties with the local Native American tribes. In 1867, Montana pioneer John Bozeman was allegedly killed by a band of Blackfeet, who attacked other settlers as well. Meagher responded by organizing a militia to retaliate. He secured funding from the federal government to campaign against the Native Americans, but was unable to find the offenders, or retain the militia's cohesion. He was later criticized for his actions.

Meagher called Montana's first constitutional convention to develop a constitution as a step toward statehood. Not enough residents voted for the constitution and statehood to qualify. In addition, copies of the constitution were lost on the way to a printer, and Congress never received copies for review. Montana gained statehood in 1889, more than 20 years after Meagher's death.

In the summer of 1867, Meagher traveled to Fort Benton, Montana, to receive a shipment of guns and ammunition sent by General Sherman for use by the Montana Militia. On the way to Fort Benton, the Missouri River terminus for steamboat travel, Meagher fell ill and stopped for six days to recuperate. When he reached Fort Benton, he was reportedly still ill. Sometime in the early evening of July 1, 1867, Meagher fell overboard from the steamboat G. A. Thompson, into the Missouri. The pilot described the waters as "...instant death – water twelve feet deep and rushing at the rate of ten miles an hour" (i.e., 3.6 m deep at a rate of 16 km/h or about 4.5 m/s). His body was never recovered.

Because Meagher was outspoken and controversial, some believed his death to be suspicious. Since people prefer conspiracy and his body was never recovered, many theories circulated about his death. In 1913 a man claimed to have carried out the murder of Meagher for the price of $8000, but then recanted. Some said that Meagher had been drinking, and simply fell overboard. Others have suggested that he might have been murdered by Montana political enemies or perhaps by a Confederate soldier from the war, and some have supposed that Native Americans were responsible.

Meagher was survived by his second wife, Elizabeth Townsend (1840–1906), and his son by his first wife Katherine Bennett. His son grew up in Ireland and never knew his father.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Angry Hanks in Billings Down to One Location

"It is official," as the sign reads. The original Angry Hank's location at 2405 1st Ave. N. will be no longer as of October 31, or if the beer runs out sooner. This pic came in from a Billings beer spotter. 

The new location on 20 North 30th St. will be open. When asked where the equipment is going, the reply is "it's already sold," perhaps indicating that it won't be moved over to the new location to increase beer production. 

We will work to fill in the details as we get them. 

Thursday, April 24, 2014

2014 Montana Brewers Association Spring Festival

MBA Spring Brewfest 2014
There is so much good beer here in Montana. In fact, at times there is so much beer and beer events it is nearly impossible to keep up. That's not a complaint, mind you, but with the Montana Beer Finder crew and Growler Fills crew busy prepping for the 3rd Annual Missoula Craft Beer Week, we sometimes let an extra day or week go by before writing up what needs to be written. 

For instance, the 3rd Annual Bakken Brewfest took place last weekend in Sidney and it came and went before we could highlight it. From the looks of their Facebook page, a darn good time was had by all. And Beaver Creek Brewery walked away with the "Best Brewery" award. Congrats to some tasty Beaver (beers). 
Photo from Bakken Brewfest Facebook, taken by Christy Nelson
Now looking to the future, tomorrow is the Montana Brewers Association's 2nd annual Spring Festival in Billings, Montana. They will be pouring 71 beers from 22 MBA member breweries. The event runs from 5:00 - 10:00 p.m., with doors opening for VIPs at 4 p.m. GA tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door, which gets you a 9 oz. tasting glass and bottomless samples. 

Musical guests include The Growlers and Cure for the Common. Food will be available for purchase. 

Here's what the MBA writes about this unique brewfest:

"The largest collection of Montana-made beer ever gathered in eastern Montana, it’s one-stop access to unique Montana brewers and their beers.  Second in breweries-per-capita, Montana is a strong contestant as one of the greatest brewing states in the country, and hosts the #2 spot in the nation in breweries per capita!  A variety of local Montana music will be heard throughout the evening paired with a variety of food vendors.  Please join us in relaxing with your friends at this annual celebration of Montana-made beer!"

And here's what will be on tap:

2014 Beer Lineup:
Beaver Creek
Red Headed IPA                   [American IPA]           7.3%
Rusty Beaver Wheat       [American Style Hefeweizen]      7.6%

Bitter Root
Red Dread         [Imperial Red IPA]     8.5%
Summit IPA         [Northwest IPA]         6.5%
Blown Out Brown       [Nut Brown Ale ]        5.2%
Single Hop           [Northwest Pale Ale]  6.3%

Blackfoot River
Single Malt IPA                     [IPA]      6.9%
Kolch                                           [Kolsch Ale]    5.3%
Tartanic Scottish Ale           [Scotch Ale]     6.9%
Missouri River Steamboat Lager       [California Common Beer] 6% 

Belgian Golden Ale                       [Belgian Ale]   5.3%
Schwartzbier                                   [Dark Lager]    5.1%

Double IPA                                        [Double IPA]    10%
Jalape?o Hefe                                  [Hefeweizen]   5.1%
Vanilla Bourbon Stout                [Russian Imperial Stout]      14%
Red Raider                                        [Irish Red]       5%
Strawberry Blonde                        [Kolsch]    5%

Pinhead Pils                                      [Bohemian Lager]      4.5%
Buzz Kill Java Stout                      [Coffee Stout]     6%
Bozone Select Amber                    [American Style Amber Ale]            5.5%
Hopzone IPA                                     [American IPA]          7%
Plum Street Porter                         [Robust Porter]          6%
Bozone Hefewiezen                       [American Style Wheat        5.4% 

Vigilante IPA                                    [American IPA]          6.7%
Bobcat Brown Ale                          [American Brown Ale]        5.5%

Canyon Creek
O.N.S Blonde Ale                  [Blonde Ale]    5%
Beerhenge Hefe                  [Hefeweizen]   5.5%
Cold Creek Scottish Ale     [Scotch Ale]     5.2%
C4 IPA                                       [American IPA]           6%

Draught Works
Scepter Head                        [IPA]      6.1%
Shadow Caster                    [ Amber Ale]    5%
Clothing Optional                [Pale Ale]         5.2%
White IPA                              [White IPA]      6.6%

Flathead Lake Brewing
Centennial IPA                       [American IPA]   7.3%
Buffalo Head Brown           [American Brown Ale]   6.2%

Great Northern 
Wild Huckleberry Wheat Lager          [American Wheat Lager with Fruit]   4.75%
Going to the Sun IPA                                 [American IPA ]   5.4%

Higher Ground
The Local      [Brown Ale]   5.5%
Basecamp     [Irish Red]   5.7%

Lewis and Clark
Tumbleweed                                   [American IPA]   6.4%
Back Country Scottish Ale      [Scotch Style Ale]   6.4%
Dark Side IPA                               [Black IPA]   6.8%
Yellowstone Golden Ale           [Golden Ale]   5.2%
Miners Gold Hefewezein        [American Style Wheat Beer]  5.6%

Madison River
Elk Hair ESB                           [Extra Special Bitter Pale Ale]    6.5%
Salmon Fly Honey Rye       [Honey Rye]   5.6%

Mighty Mo
Rising Trout                             [Pale Ale]   5.4%
Dam Fog                                      [American Hefeweizen]   5%
Lip Ripper IPA                        [ IPA]   6.2%
Smoke Jumper                         [Scotch Ale]   7.3%

Neptune’s Brewery
Dirty Bird APA                     [American Pale Ale]  7.5%
Tattle Tale Scottish Ale      [Scotch Ale]   8.6%

Passive Aggressive Pale Ale          [Heavy Pale Ale]    6.75%
The Dirk                                                  [Scotch Ale]   6.4%
Irish Cream Ale                                  [Cream Ale]   5%

Razzu                                     [Raspberry Wheat]   5.2%
Tramway                              [Rye IPA]    6.4%
Haybag                                   [American Hefeweizen]  5.5%

1806 Pale Stout (draught)             [SMaSH Olde Ale]    8%
Buck Snort Scotch Ale                     [Traditional Scotch Ale]   6.5%
Yard Sale Amber                                [Amber/Red Ale]     5.5%
Hat Trick Hop IPA                            [American IPA]    7%      

The Front
Mountain Man                                  [Strong Ale]    6.8%
River Water IPA                              [American IPA]    6.9%

Your Mom                             [American Strong Ale]  5.2%
Uberfly Rye                           [Spiced Rye Beer]     5.7%
Whitenoise                           [American Style Hefeweizen]    5.7%
Watermelon Kolsch           [Fruit Beer]    4.7%
Alpha Force IPA                 [American IPA]     7.7%

Organic Mystical Stout          [Irish Stout]    6%
April Fools Ale                         [Golden Ale]    5%

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Micros for Mamas in Billings

Micros for Mamas Billings
The first-ever Billings Micros for Mamas is a beer tasting, dinner, and silent auction to raise funds for Billings YoungLives, a non-profit dedicated to supporting teen mothers and their babies. The event takes place this Friday (February 7) from 6:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. at Henry's Garage (12 Garden Ave.) in Billings. Tickets are $30 each, or a table for six is $160 (or a table for eight is $200). 

The event features entertainment by a live band, Alder Lights, and dinner provided by Blues BBQ. Silent auction packages include many Montana-made items, and 24 different craft beers to choose from and enjoy from a commemorative pint glass. 

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Trifecta of Beer Events this Weekend!

It's a busy beer weekend ahead! So get ready...

It all kicks off Friday afternoon with the 15th Annual Maverick Brewfest at Caras Park in Missoula. Entry begins at 4:00 p.m. to sample at least 50 beers by many Montana brewers and neighboring states (including a wood barrel tapping of Bayern Oktoberfest). Tickets are $10 each and include two pours and a souvenir glass. Additional pours are $2 each. Burgers and brats will be available for purchase. Live music by Luke Dowler.

Here are some of the beers on tap:
Shock top
Red Hook ESB
Red Hook Late Harvest
Widmer Oktoberfest
Widmer Drifter Pale Ale
New Belgium MotherShip Wit
New Belgium Hoptoberfest
Harvest Moon Beltin White
Harvest Moon Pigs Ass Porter
Kona Longboard Lager
Kona Pipeline Porter
Stone Arrogant Bastard
Stone IPA
Great Northern Huckleberry
Great Northern going to the Sun IPA
Blacksmith Brewing
Flathead Lake Brewing
Tamarack Brewing
Bayern Brewing Oktoberfest (wooden barrel)
Bayern Brewing Dump Truck Summer Bock
Big Sky IPA
Big Sky Heavy Horse
Big Sky Summer Honey
Bitterroot Brewing Huckleberry Hefeweizen
Bitteroot Brewing Octoberfest
Draught Works Scepter Head IPA
Draught Works Three Threads to the Wind Porter
Glacier Brewing Flathead Cherry Ale
Glacier Brewing Slurry Bomber Stout
Blackfoot River Brewing Single Malt IPA
Blackfoot River Brewing Black River Gold OPA
Kettle House Brewing Cold Smoke Scotch Ale
Kettle House Brewing Eddy Out Pale Ale
Deschutes Brewing Inversion IPA
Deschutes Brewing Black Butte Porter
Flathead Lake Brewing Last Train Home Amber ALE
Flathead Lake Brewing White Cap Pale ALE
Madison River Brewing Salmon Fly Honey Rye
Rogue Brewing Dead Guy ALE
Blue Moon Belgium White
Sam Adams Octoberfest
Sierra Nevada Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale

*If you're in the neighborhood, you can also pop over to Shakespeare and Co. bookstore at 6:00 p.m. to pick up a copy of Montana Beer, and have it signed by Ryan Newhouse. 

On Saturday at the Billings Depot in Billings, the Trailhead Brew & Chew starts at 4:00 p.m. Here's the rundown, according to the event's Facebook page:

"The Trailhead Brew & Chew" Microbrew, Food, and Music Festival is Saturday, September 7th at the Billings Depot. Tickets include a special Brew & Chew sampler mug, food from a dozen restaurants, and unlimited microbrews from 15 different breweries from around the state!! Live music from Jared Stewart, the Tyler Burnett Band, and Battlestar Kramden. Discounted tickets go on sale Friday, August 23rd at Uberbrew for $30, or $35 at the gate.
Trailhead Brew and Chew

On Sunday, Draught Works will celebrate its 2nd Annual Chain Reaction Fresh Hop Festival by crafting a fresh hopped beer by 100% pedal power. Teams have signed up to bike (aka. race) fresh hops from the Bitterroot Valley and a bike-powered grain mill will churn 1,000 pounds of malted barley for the beer. 

Monday, July 15, 2013

Billings' Newest Brewery Breaks Ground

Canyon Creek Brewery in Billing's West End is coming along nicely. Located at 3060 Gabel Road, the brewery underscores the growth of Billings' West End and Montanans' demand for even more neighborhood breweries. With 6000 square feet, two bars, and two patios, Canyon Creek draws the thriving brewery scene of Downtown Billings out closer to the many homes and business popping up on the city's western expanses . The offices and industry surrounding the brewery should provide ample clientele for a hopping happy hour scene. No plans for food though, Canyon Creek is all about the beer with its new 10 barrel brewing system.

Follow the brewery's progress at the Canyon Creek Blog.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Brewfest x2 this Weekend in Billings and Bozeman

There are two of the largest brewfests in the state happening this weekend in back-to-back succession. While an attendee may not be inclined to hit both of them, it shows a wealth of opportunity for our state's brewers.

The first is the Montana Brewers Association (MBA) first ever Spring Festival at the Billings Depot in downtown Billings. Tickets for the event are $20 in advance (online until Thursday at 7:00 p.m.) or $25 at the door (or Uberbrew), and beers will be poured from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m.

There will be over 76 beers available from 23 of Montana's breweries. Patrons will have a 9-ounce glass for sampling (use wisely!). For those in the Red Lodge area, Red Lodge Ales will be offering a shuttle to and from the event for $15.

Here's the full line-up of music and merriment:

Friday, May 31st 2013
1st Annual Montana Brewers Spring Festival
Billings Depot, Billings
4:00-5pm - VIP Brewers Hour and Brew Crew Card Early Entry and John Floridis
5:00pm Doors open to the public
5:30 – 7:30pm Downtown
8:00– 10:00pm Keegan Smith and the Fam.
10:00pm – Festival Ends
10:30pm – Load Out begins

The very next day, the 7th Annual Montana Beer Fest will take place in Bozeman at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $35 for GA or $45 for VIP. GA admission starts at 4:00 p.m. The selection of beer  will be from "dozens of brewers bringing numerous beers." Here is the full scoop:

With dozens of brewers bringing numerous beers to taste, there's something for everyone. VIP tasting time starts at 2PM and boasts some hard-to-find selections and rare brews that are sure to pair well with the artisanal eats offered by Montana Fish Company (a light meal is included for VIPs). General admission begins at 4PM and attendees have until 8PM to taste and vote for their favorites, an important aspect of the Festival.

Montana Beer Festival isn't just about beer, after all. With a longstanding mission to give back to the community, the Festival annually donates to Montana based non-profits, selected by the People's Choice Award winners. Some past recipients include the Stevensville Fire Department, YWCA of Helena and Gallatin Ice Foundation. As the festival grows, so do the donations.

The Designated Drivers Lounge will also be back this year, with a specially brewed root beer from one of the attending breweries.

Montana Beer Festival is a tasting/sampling festival. Please enjoy responsibly and arrange for a safe ride home such as Streamline Buses, Greater Valley Taxi or a Designated Driver.

This is a 21 and over event; no children or pets. For ticket information please visit

Friday, April 26, 2013

Brewery and Distillery Tours of Billings - by Foot or by Trolley

Starting tonight, you can tour Billings' breweries and distilleries by foot or by trolley! This 1.5-mile route hits Montana Brewing Company, Himmelberger Brewing, Angry Hank's, Carter's Brewing, Trailhead Spirits, Uberbrew, and Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

Starting Friday April 26, a trolley will run continuously from 4 p.m to 8 p.m. Check it out and report back here!

Friday, March 8, 2013

Knock, Knock. Who's There? It's Elysian Brewing Coming to Montana

If you haven't yet heard, Elysian Brewing will start distributing to Montana next week, and to kick off their release they are hosting a week-long schedule of stops across the state.

For a short history lesson on Elysian Brewing, the Seattle-based brewery has brewed over 200 different beers since opening its doors back in 1996, but it all started with the Wise ESB, followed by Dragonstooth Stout, the Immortal IPA, Zephyrus Pilsner, and Perseus Porter. The brewing company operates three Seattle brewpubs (Elysian Capitol Hill, Tangletown in the Greenlake area and Elysian Fields by Centurylink Field) and a production brewery in the Georgetown neighborhood.

For the true history buffs out there, the Elysian plains, according to Greek mythology, were the final resting places for mortals either related to or chosen by the gods where they would remain after death to live a happy and blessed life [drinking beer?].

In Montana, Elysian will tour the state next week, and here's where you can catch them (from the Elysian Montana Week Facebook Event):

Join us as we travel across the state launching Elysian with Great Beer and Live Music at every stop! Music will be performed by our very own co-founder, David Buhler, from his new album - "What You Dream."

Tour Events ::

Monday, March 11, 2013 @ The Great Northern Bar & Grill 8PM-Late
Join us for live music from David Buhler and great beers on tap. Loser Pale Ale, Immortal IPA, and Mens Room Red will be available all night.

The Great Northern Bar & Grill :: 27 Central Ave. Whitefish, MT 59937 406.862.2816

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 @ The Rhinoceros 7PM-10PM
See you at the Rhino for live music and beers. Mens Room Red, Immortal IPA, and Loser Pale Ale will be on tap.

The Rhinoceros :: 158 Ryman St. Missoula, MT 59802 406.721.6061

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 @ The Bacchus Pub 4PM-6PM
Come say hi to Matt Thompson, Dave Chappel, and David Buhler for happy hour. Enjoy some Elysian beers and live music from David Buhler after your work day.

The Bacchus Pub :: 105 W Main St. Bozeman, MT 59715 406.522.0079

Thursday, March 14th, 2013 @ The Railyard 7PM-10PM
End the work week (almost) with a variety of Elysian beers on tap and live music from David Buhler.

The Railyard :: 2526 Montana Ave. Billings, MT 59101 406.867.2337

We are excited to be opening up Montana and we hope you and your friends can make it out to some of our events. 

*Photo courtesy Elysian Brewing's Facebook page

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Montana Brews and BBQs in Billings Montana

This Saturday (July 21) from 1:00 - 10:00 PM, over 70 unique Montana beers, meads, wines, and sodas will be poured at the annual Montana Brews & BBQs at MetraPark in Billings, Montana. The event will feature a wide selection of BBQ dishes, as well as ethic foods, such as Oriental, Italian, Greek and Mexican cuisine.

Tickets are $20 and include either a beer or wine glass and 8 drink tickets. A Couple Combo is available for $30, which includes two glasses and 10 drink tickets. Additional tickets can be purchased for $2 each, or 3 for $5.

Entertainment includes music by The Jarred Stewart Band and Black Velvet Undercover. If you just want to go and enjoy the music and company (and not drink), admission is free!

To those who attend, report back here your favorite Montana brews!

Monday, June 4, 2012

Bakken Bock Outsells Guinness 10:1 in Northeast Montana

Montana Beer Finder recognized a good thing in Bayern Bakken Bock when we saw it. It seems now that Bakken Bock is so popular the supply can't meet the demand. Here's more on that story from KULR Channel 8 in Billings, Montana.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

St. Patty's Series: Bones Brewing Pub & Eatery in Billings

On St. Patrick's Day, the Bones Brewing Pub & Eatery in Billings will be hosting live music by Big Caboose, serving up helpings of Corned Beef Cabbage & Irish Stew and pouring a variety of drink specials. Those drink specials include:
$2 Green Beer

$2.50 Guinness Bottles
$3 Irish Red Pints
$4 Irish Whiskey Shots
$5 Irish Carbomb

The live music will begin at 9:00 p.m. with a $5 cover. 

Friday, February 3, 2012

Be a Montana Beer Spotter!

Montana Beer Finder is seeking out the best of the best when it comes to beer! We need official beer spotters who can find the best beers and best deals in their area of our Big Sky state. Details can be found on our Be a Beer Spotter page. Check it out. You'll be the envy of all your friends.

Specifically, we need beer spotters who can represent the following cities/areas of Montana:

Anaconda, MT
Belgrade, MT
Billings, MT
Bozeman, MT
Butte, MT
Great Falls, MT
Havre, MT
Helena, MT
Kalispell, MT
Laurel, MT
Lewistown, MT
Livingston, MT
Miles City, MT
Whitefish, MT
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