Brews & the Big Sky | The Bozeman Trail

This popular adults-only evening at MOR is the perfect way to discover great brews and the history of the Big Sky state. Brews & the Big Sky explores the unique history of the Big Sky state paired with unique Montana brews. Enjoy an adults-only night out as the museum becomes a lively venue for drinks and local history. Sample beer from Katabatic Brewing Company, enjoy light appetizers from Pizza Campania, and wander through MOR’s exhibitions. Enjoy informal gallery talks with Curator of History Michael Fox at 6 & 6:30 p.m. in an exhibit gallery. In spring of 1863, John Bozeman, his partner John Jacobs, and Jacob’s eleven-year-old daughter journeyed east from the Gallatin Valley. Their search for a new emigrant trail from the Oregon Trail in Wyoming to the gold mines at Bannack and later Virginia City, in what was then the territory of Idaho, would shape Montana history and ensure that Bozeman became an important agricultural and urban center. Join us for a discussion of their adventures and misadventures on a short-lived, but critically important western trail. $15 admission includes beer tasting, gallery talks, exhibits, & light appetizers. Tickets at

Cost: $15

Age: 21+


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Tue. Sep. 24, 2019   5:30-7:30pm

Museum of the Rockies
600 West Kagy Boulevard
Bozeman, MT 59717
(406) 994-2251