due to the impact of covid-19, bridger brewing will be available for take-out only.

Due to an order issued by the Gallatin City-County Health Department, Bridger Brewing will be closing its dining room until further notice.

During this time, we will offer take-out service for food and growlers here at the brewery. Here’s how it works: order from the special menu posted on our website and call us at 406.587.2124 to place your order.

Growlers fills are available based on current beer selection. Kegs are available for pickup as well; call for availability. IDs will be checked at time of pick-up. Growlers brought in for refill will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before use. Orders will be taken between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Please know that we are taking this situation very seriously and will adhere to stringent cleaning and food safety guidelines, as we always do. Our community means everything to us, and we look forward to continuing to serve you during this time.

Thank you for your continued support. Happy social distancing and we cannot wait to see you all back in the brewery soon!

MADE IN MONTANA SINCE 2013

OUR STORY

Bridger Brewing was born from a belief that anything is possible and that, as a community, we can do everything better. Brewing delicious beer and making great food is just the start. We strive to create community gathering places that give back and inspire others to do the same.

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Beer being poured from a tap into a pint glass
When co-founder David Breck teamed up with David Sigler in 2007 to form an engineering consulting firm, he warned his new partner that what he really wanted to do was open a brewery. “Why don’t you do both?” Sigler replied. So they did. In 2011, Jim Eberhard joined the team with cooking skills sharpened over campfires and cook stoves. After years of planning, researching and experimenting, Bridger Brewing opened in Bozeman, Montana in 2013.
Dark Bridger beer with old logo
David Breck remembers his first sip of craft beer. It felt cold and luscious in his mouth and almost burned going down. He started homebrewing with his brother in Alaska and later found work at breweries and brewpubs while also working for the U.S. Forest Service. From our homebrewing roots to today, we have always loved experimenting with new recipes and refining old favorites. We like to stay nimble as new trends present themselves while still being true to what we love.
One of the owners and staff holding up the first pizza ever made by Bridger
Pizza and beer just go together, right? When we decided to serve pizza at our flagship Bozeman location, it was all about collaboration. Jim, our co-owner and culinary manager, was skilled and passionate about cooking meats over an open flame. Our culinary advisor, Rick McElgunn, loved pizza. Jim and Rick teamed up to create a menu of savory and satisfying pizzas to complement our delicious selection of beers. Today, you will still find Jim’s homemade bison pepperoni and house-made sausages on our pizzas. And yes, that is a picture of our very first pizza.
Pizza beer and salad on a table at Bridger Brewing in Bozeman
We like to keep it focused in the kitchen while doing things our way. That means using local, sustainable suppliers for ingredients and creating unconventional toppings like bison pepperoni, preservative-free house-made sausage and smoked mozzarella to put our spin on favorites like pizza and salads. As we get ready to open the Three Forks Pub and Grill, we will are preparing a new menu for the new location that follows this same philosophy.
Rendering of building outdoors and patio space of Bridger Brewing Three Forks location
New adventures are always on the horizon. Our next big journey will take us west to Three Forks, Montana where we will open a second location. In addition to a brewery and restaurant, it will also house a full-scale production facility where our beer will be canned for distribution. An on-site amphitheater will allow us to share our love of live music with the community. We’ll see you there in spring 2021!

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When co-founder David Breck teamed up with David Sigler in 2007 to form an engineering consulting firm, he warned his new partner that what he really wanted to do was open a brewery. “Why don’t you do both?” Sigler replied. So they did. In 2011, Jim Eberhard joined the team with cooking skills sharpened over campfires and cook stoves. After years of planning, researching and experimenting, Bridger Brewing opened in Bozeman, Montana in 2013.
David Breck remembers his first sip of craft beer. It felt cold and luscious in his mouth and almost burned going down. He started homebrewing with his brother in Alaska and later found work at breweries and brewpubs while also working for the U.S. Forest Service. From our homebrewing roots to today, we have always loved experimenting with new recipes and refining old favorites. We like to stay nimble as new trends present themselves while still being true to what we love.
Pizza and beer just go together, right? When we decided to serve pizza in our flagship Bozeman location, it was a collaboration. Jim, our co-owner and culinary manager, was skilled and passionate about cooking meats over an open flame. His wife, Linda, loved pizza. To craft the menu for our Bozeman location, Jim leaned on his wife’s pizza expertise while fusing it with his passion for meats. Today, you’ll still find Jim’s homemade bison pepperoni and house-made sausages on our pizzas.
We like to keep it focused in the kitchen while doing things our way. That means using local, sustainable suppliers for ingredients and creating unconventional toppings like bison pepperoni, preservative-free house-made sausage and smoked mozzarella to put our spin on favorites like pizza and salads. As we get ready to open the Three Forks Pub and Grill, we will are preparing a new menu for the new location that follows this same philosophy.
New adventures are always on the horizon. Our next big journey will take us west to Three Forks, Montana where we will open a second location. In addition to a brewery and restaurant, it will also house a full-scale production facility where our beer will be canned for distribution. An on-site amphitheater will allow us to share our love of live music with the community. We’ll see you there in spring 2021!
"Thrive loves having the opportunity to work with Bridger Brewing on our events. Through sourcing local products and investing in the futures of local kids, Bridger Brewing's focus on strengthening our community has a huge impact on all of us."

- Our friends at Thrive

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Locally grown produce is used in our salads and entrees

DRIVE FOR QUALITY

From locally grown hops to wheat harvested from down the road, we source the freshest, best ingredients in an effort to produce the highest quality beer and food possible. It doesn’t just make for tastier food and drinks, it strengthens our community too.

BRIDGER COMMUNITY

rooted in creativity, friendship, perseverance and trust

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

It’s great to live in a place where we’re surrounded by growers, farmers, ranchers and coffee roasters who are passionate about their trades. The reason we can do what we do is because they do what they do so well. Thoughtfully produced ingredients are part of the foundation of the Bridger story.

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