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We’d like to think that all roads lead to Kalispell Brewing Co. Here’s some good info on how to find or contact us. Drop into the tasting room for Montana-made craft brews, send us a postcard while you’re on vacation or pick up the phone to chat about what’s on tap. Oh, and email works too. We’re here, brewing, just for you.

Hours:
Open Monday through Saturday, noon - 8pm

Location:
412 Main street
kalispell, mt 59901

Mailing Address:
po box 1886
kalispell, mt 59903

Phone:
406-756-brew (2739)

Email:
info@kalispellbrewing.com

Want to tour the brewery?
Be sure to give us a call or email to schedule a free tour.

1.406.756.2739 • 412 Main St, Kalispell, MT 59901• info@kalispellbrewing.com

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Founded in 2012 by Cole Schneider and Maggie Doherty, husband and wife, English majors, telemark ski racers and home brewers, the duo decided to make their decade long dream come true and start the Kalispell Brewing Company. Wanting to be an integral part of the community, the couple purchased a vacant, aging downtown building on Main Street, which they spent a year extensively remodeling and reconstructing to house their 10 barrel brewery and tasting room. close

Cole Schneider - Owner & Head Brewer

With a strong thirst for good beer and a penchant for experimentation, it was practically inevitable that he try brewing his own beer. And so, in 2002, he and a friend brewed a batch of beer together. It was terrible. Never one to give up, Cole brewed a second batch which was mind-blowingly awesome. Needless to say, he was hooked. For the past ten years, Cole’s tinkered and obsessed over the craft of brewing beer. From an early start as a homebrewer, he focused on quality control, counting yeast cells and maintaining consistent fermentation temperature. One of his favorite beers to brew is a dunkel because it’s brewed using a triple decoction mash which gives it a perfect balance of malt and melanoidins.

Despite his upbringing in the flatlands of Nebraska, Cole took to the mountains at an early age. He summited his first peak in Colorado at the age of three with his alpine-savvy parents and he learned to ski in Iowa as a child. At age 14, he began telemark skiing in leather boots, even though modern plastic ski boots were readily available. Upon moving to northwest Montana, Cole took to telemark ski racing and has competed both nationally and internationally. A modern day Renaissance man, Cole still fires his coal burning forge to blacksmith, plays his classical guitar, and when prompted, especially after a few pints, can recite Old English verse.

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Maggie Doherty - Beer Ambassador & Public Relations

Please note: her parents really are good people and wouldn’t subject a child to beer consumption at an early age, but it did make for a funny picture (besides, it was the early 1980s).

Maggie grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan in a small northern Michigan town. Her parents strapped skis to her feet when she was two years old and ever since, she’s been a ski bum. She’s also cultivated a taste for beer with her first job high school working for a small brewery in her hometown. Her main loves are skiing, writing, wander lusting and beer. She moved to northwest Montana in 2004, fulfilling her lifelong dream of living in the mountains. If you go ski or paddle with her, chances are she’ll have a cooler stocked with craft brews in the back of her car. Maggie is a big fan of celebrating all of life’s moments, be they big or small, with a beer.

Maggie’s been the official taste tester for Cole’s brews for years and she swears it’s the most horrible job on the face of this beautiful planet. She’s a jokester, too.

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