Our Beers

Fast Eddie

Our stout is an American Dry stout. Montana grown Barley and copious amounts of black, roasted, and coffee kiln malt makes this beer very dark but not cloyingly sweet. We then add local cold brew from Florence Coffee Roasters which if you have not tried please do. The coffee is there but doesn’t overtake the beer. We want you to enjoy coffee with your beer, not the other way around. 5.1% ABV 29 IBU

Ludicrous Eddie BBL-Aged Stout

We took the base recipe for our Fast Eddie Stout and punched it up. Way up. It starts as Dry American Stout but at imperial numbers, then it spent nearly a year in Woodford Reserve Double Oak Barrels. This ain’t no pastry stout. This is roasty, robust, intense, roasty (I know… I said it twice). Proving our brewery isn’t powered by a Cuisinart. Smoke em if you got em! 11.5% ABV 50 IBU

Robust Porter

Smooth chocolate hides what is a bit higher ABV than most of the beers we regularly brew. Father to the stout, the robust porter has less roasted, coffee type flavors and leans more on dark chocolate notes, bready finish with a creamy texture. Works well as an additive to BBQ. 6.8 ABV 30 IBU

Wizard Juice

The New England Pale is dry hopped like an IPA but very low bitterness, this beer is brewed to be hazy. Nearly 60% of the malt used in this beer is Wheat with the rest being barley. Tropical fruit and citrus on the nose but very low bitterness makes it very crushable. We think it tastes like magic. 4.8% ABV 19 IBU

Thresher

The building block of the wheat are barley and nearly a bushel of raw dark northern spring wheat sourced directly from the brewer’s family farm east of East Helena. Then we use noble hops, pitch as much yeast as we can to chew up the sugars and the result is a grainy/crisp but seriously drinkable American Wheat beer. Enjoy with an orange slice or without, your choice. 5% ABV 13 IBU

English Brown

Loaded with 8 different kinds of specialty malts and authentic Pearl Base malt from the UK, the Brown has a simple form that turns complex as it warms, and as you drink it. Light toffee, light caramel with moderate malt sweetness balance toasted notes and smooth finish. A perfect beer for brisk, sunny evenings.

IPA

Crooked Furrow IPA uses Montana Barley, light Caramalt, and Oats to give backbone to the blend of Mosaic and Amarillo hops. Grapefruit, Mango and Blueberry notes all come from the hops in an IPA that might be a little old school but we like things that way at Crooked Furrow. 6.3% ABV 68 IBU

Mexican Lager

What exactly makes a lager Mexican? Well, when German immigrants moved to Mexico they utilized the what ingredients they could find. Corn, barley, and local yeast were used to make varying degrees of light to darker Vienna styles of beer. Crooked Furrow Mexican Lager uses those same ingredients to brew a crushable beer that has a touch of sweetness but still retains the crisp lager finish. A lime wedge is traditional but not required. Viva Mexican Lager! 4.5% ABV 21 IBU

Bent Blade

A West Coast style IPA brimming with piney and citrus notes that is exclusively hopped with Centennial hops. Floral on the nose but not heavy on the malt. Sometimes old school is the best kind of school. This beer was named by a patron, Janel Mason, through a contest we held at the brewery. 6.7% ABV 77 IBU

Dark Saison

Normally a summer beer, who says you can’t enjoy proost (the Dutch word for a toast) during the shorter days. Bubblegum esters, caramel malts, and dry finish, all characteristics of the style but in a beer that isn’t exactly stylistically pure. Yet with a darker, fuller malt bill it has some backbone to sustain you on these colder nights. Oh, and if you proost your friends, its rude to not look them square in the eye, no matter your relationship so get cozy! 7% ABV 18 IBU

Bent Blade

A West Coast style IPA brimming with piney and citrus notes that is exclusively hopped with Centennial hops. Floral on the nose but not heavy on the malt. Sometimes old school is the best kind of school. This beer was named by a patron, Janel Mason, through a contest we held at the brewery. 6.7% IBU 77

**Our menu changes regularly. For the most up to date information, please call the brewery. 406.422.5975