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What Is The PintPass Team Drinking? Vol. 1

You didn’t think that we just tell other people where to drink did you? The beers we recommend and breweries we highlight are the product of very arduous research. It’s part of the hard work we do for the PintPass Community. As many of you know – we are based out of Montana so in this ongoing series you will see a few of our favorite local beers along with some widely available brews. Let us know what you guys are drinking too!

Midas Crush

MAP Brewing – Bozeman, MT

This West Coast Style IPA has notes of tangerine and watermelon, compliments of Citra hops. The aroma on this brew is simply pleasant. The color is light and the finish is dry and crisp. It is easy to go back for more.

Magic Magic

Torn Label Brewing Co. – Kansas City MO

Fresh fruit notes are perfectly complemented by tropical Mosaic hops for a dry, refreshing and vibrant masterpiece. Artist Collaboration Series beer inspired by and featuring the work of local artist/Torn Label barman Thomas Woodward.


Great Northern Brewing – Whitefish MT

Wheatfish is brewed like a German wheat beer, cold-fermented, aged like a lager, & hopped (three separate additions of cascade hops) like an American ale. The wheat contributes a full body & light spiciness. The hops give citrus hints & the finish is crisp & smooth. Low in bitterness & very drinkable.


Sufferfest Beer Company –  San Francisco, CA

This Epic Pilsner is big, bright and especially satisfying on a hot day or after a good sweat. With farmhouse-style notes, a touch of caramel and a hint of spice, the Epic’s saaz hops brings a zesty start, followed by a rich grain flavor to finish like a winner.

Daisy Cutter Pale Ale

Half-Acre Brewing Co. – Chicago, IL

One of Half Acrew Brewing Company’s signature brew. It combines lended pine, citrus, papaya and mango into a natural hitting pale ale.

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