Grab a Lager and Enjoy the Sunshine

March 16, 2017

Lagers are the Perfect Sunshine Beers Spring, it seems, has finally sprung.  After a long, cold, and snowy winter, we can all once again emerge from our hibernative state where we consumed mostly scotch ales, stouts, and dunkels, and come back into the world of clean, crisp, and refreshing beers. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then read… read more »

Relax on the Beach of Costa Rica

March 9, 2017

With Ebon’s Costa Rican Brown You know that feeling you get when you head into a coffee shop and smell the air?  The joy you feel when you take a sip of coffee that’s been brewed to the perfect temperature, using the right ingredients, so the coffee isn’t too acidic?  You can experience that joy in a beer. On the… read more »

7 Places in Montana You Should Visit this Summer

March 7, 2017

Go Do Something We live in a beautiful state.  But many people, some who have lived here their entire lives, have yet to venture out and see what our state has to offer!  Now is the time to plan.  Here are 7 places to go see, and they can all be done in a day. Smith Mine Disaster Near Belfry… read more »

Walk a Suspension Bridge or Two at Dover Memorial Park

March 1, 2017

Dover Memorial Park Offers Great Trails Last summer the combined efforts of 10 years of volunteer work were opened to the public.  The John H. Dover Memorial park is 170 acres of natural area for us to explore, enjoy, and where we can go to learn.  The best part is that there are expansions coming in the future to make… read more »

5 Great Places to Walk the Dog

February 13, 2017

Socialize, Exercise, and Explor(erize) with your Dog Let’s face it, after the cold and snowy winter we could all use a little exercise.  Even our four-legged friends are getting stir crazy.  Fortunately, the spring season seems to be upon us (at least for a little while), and we can get out there and explore without worrying about freezing our ears… read more »

5 Indoor Activities for Little Kids

January 28, 2017

Get out of the Cold and Get Exercise Aside from the shortened daylight hours, I don’t mind winter.  It’s a chance to explore the world and see our beautiful state in a different light and covered with snow.  And until a few years ago it didn’t matter what the weather was like, we would still get out and explore. But… read more »

Fill Your Eyes with that Doppel Vision

January 19, 2017

Thirsty Street Offers to Doppel Your Vision Back in 1978, the band Foreigner released a song that would shoot straight up the charts.  “Double Vision” spent 2 weeks in the number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100.  Fortunately for us, the Doppel Vision at Thirsty Street has spent more than just two weeks on tap. This doppelbock lager is… read more »

10 Winter Activities You Can Do with Kids

January 13, 2017

It’s Cold but You Can Still Have Fun This winter has been a bit snowier and a bit colder than they have been in recent years.  That can mean you end up inside a lot more while the kids tear around the house destroying everything in sight.  Just because the weather is below freezing doesn’t mean you can’t get out… read more »

Drill some Holes in the Scheels Pond

January 6, 2017

Take the Kids Ice Fishing Right in Billings Winter in Montana provides a lot of different opportunities.  But sometimes you just can’t make the drive to the mountains, and you don’t have time to spend even a whole day out on the lake.  Or sometimes you have little kids with you that can’t stand the cold for more than a… read more »

Walking the Dog is No Longer a Chore

January 4, 2017

It’s an EPA from Carter’s Brewing! If you want to try new beers, then Carter’s is generally the place to do it.  The rotational menu is just as long as, or sometimes longer than, the flagship menu.  There are a ton of great choices, and those choices change all the time.  The result is that you can sample a new… read more »

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