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Monday, April 27, 2015

Website up, and Tap Into MT news!

Check out www.katabaticbrewing.com.


Wanna know what music is playing? Check out www.katabaticbrewing.com.

Wanna find out what's on tap? Check out www.katabaticbrewing.com.

Wanna find out what non-profit is sponsored for the Beer for a Cause this week? Check out www.katabaticbrewing.com.

Wanna see beautiful pictures of beautiful people drinking beautiful beer? Check out www.katabaticbrewing.com.

Wanna play music at Katabatic Brewery? www.katabaticbrewing.com.

Wanna party like it's 1999? Listen to Prince.

Check out www.tapintomt.com or https://www.facebook.com/tapintomt.

It's Livingston's first ever Craft Beer Week culminating with a brew festival! 6 days of craft beer related events sponsored by businesses all over town. From beer dinners, to art and beer, cheese and beer, yoga and beer, and even a beer canning demo. 12 different MT breweries will be pouring their beer from 1-7 pm on Saturday May 16 at Miles Park, down by the Civic Center on the lawn by the band shell. You know, where the Farmer's Markets are, and people walk their dogs on the trail by the river? You know?

Craft Beer Week is a national celebration of craft beer and small businesses from May 11-17. Want to know the definition of "craft beer." Go here.

Did you know beer could be this fun? If you did, go here.

Get advanced tickets, $5 cheaper than the door here.

If you want to help out and get free admission go here.

Rub the belly and it'll bring you good luck.

This week at Katabatic:

Monday: Growler Mondays, $1 off every growler, free pint while you wait. Go here.
Tuesday: "Beer for a Cause" because beer is good for organizations too. Go here.
Wednesday: Live Music: Go here.
Thursday: Gr-raffle! Wanna know what a graffle is? Go here.
Friday: Wanna know the latest? Go here. Ha! Got ya sucker! 
Saturday: Live Music: Go here.
Sunday: Family Day/Night. Come here.

Hey! If you are a farmer or rancher, or you know one who wants to feed sterile spent grain to their animals, let us know here. There are no hops in it. It still has sugars in it. It is malted barley and wheat that is left over from the brew process, and is clean and sterile.


Tuesday, April 21, 2015

What's blowing around Katabatic this week?

Happenings this Week:


Tuesday: "Beer for a Cause"- $1 off each pint from 4-8 goes to the Payden Foundation to help kids fight cancer. http://payden.org

WednesdayLive Music - Danny Bee, he plays with Big Ol', but tonight he'll be playing solo on his trusty electric guitar.

Thursday: Graffle - Don't know what a "graffle" is? Come have a pint or two, on your 2nd and 3rd pints, turn in your drink tickets with your name and phone number and get entered to win a free growler and growler fill.



Head Brewer Jason dry hopping "Base Hit"



Friday: Nitro Friday!!!! This weeks Nitro suds selection is Katabatic APA on Nitro. If you haven't checked out what nitro is about, give it a try, it won't bite.

Saturday: Live Music - Tammy Hauer - Bozeman local, with a great song repertoire and great voice.

Sunday: Family day - Bring the whole fam-damnly, grab a pint, or root beer, sit down and beat the pants off your 6 year old at Battleship. Or let them win, we won't judge, we also have a ton of board games including cribbage, checkers, chutes and ladders, Livingstonopoly, Bananagrams and a bunch more.





Spent Grain from our "Base Hit" Session Pale Ale
For ROTATORS on tap we currently have Anabatic Amber Ale. A well balanced, slightly-malty initial taste that is balanced with hops and plenty of caramel notes. It finishes with a floral and tropical fruity aroma that is refreshing for this style of beer. Named after those warm afternoon upslope breezes that you experience on the perfect summer day in the mountains or on the river.
Cliff cleaning the kegs













Next up: "Base Hit" Session Pale Ale. A low-alcohol, easy drinking pale ale that is "sessionable". By sessionable we mean you can drink a few in a session without feeling too weighted down or too tipsy. Think lawn mowing beer that has a medium-bodied, "real" beer taste, not yellow fizzy stuff that tastes like carbonated dog pee. Can we say dog pee on the blog? I guess we just did.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Nitro Fridays and Anabatic Amber Ale Alert!

Introducing Nitro Fridays!!


Starting Friday April 3rd at 12pm (MST) we will tap a keg of pure Nitrogen-charged Katabatic Beery-goodness. Each Friday a new keg will be on tap. We will tap one keg at noon on Fridays, and when it's gone, it's gone man, gone!

Introducing this Friday for our inaugural pour: we are tapping Katabatic APA on Nitro.

Nitro suds









Also coming this Monday April 6th, is our newest rotator: Anabatic Amber Ale.

An amazingly well balanced malty beer with enough hops to keep it balanced, but not overly bitter. It is our Katabatic take on a West Coast Amber, dry hopped with Galaxy and Chinook hops. Weighing in at 40 IBU's, it has enough hops to back up the malty backbone, with notes of caramel, toffee, and honey.

Job Announcement: Assistant Brewer Opening

Want to live in a really cool rural town with a population of 7500, right on the shores of the Yellowstone River? Want to get paid to make awesome beer? Katabatic Brewing Co. in Livingston, MT is now accepting resumes for an Assistant Brewer position.


Scope and General Purpose of Job:
Assist with brewery operations and cleaning to include all aspects of the brewing process, wholesale delivery, packaging and retail sales. The assistant brewer will be responsible for their own brew days as we move to double and triple batches. More extensive knowledge of the brewing process is required.

Job Requirements:
• 2-3 years experience as an assistant brewer, or formal brewing education, or current enrollment
• Positive attitude along with an absolute passion for brewing and beer
• Must be willing and able to work for extended periods of time in hot/wet environments and cold/wet environments. 
• Ability to frequently reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl 
• Ability to lift 55 pound sacks of grain
• Ability to work overtime as needed


Check out our online postings here at probrewer.com or if you are a member of the Brewer's Association check it out here.