The name comes from the local Bridger Mountain Range which sits just a few miles north of Bozeman. The community comes from the people that work and live here. The beer comes from Daniel Pollard. We talk beer, but we also talk community, diversity, music, and all the things that inspire us to wake up in the morning, grateful for the day ahead.
This Rocky Mountain Harvest Hosts Brewery Camping, Beer, and Biking Guide is one of five regional guides giving you instant access to mountain biking trails that match up with free camping at breweries nationwide. The open road, the adventurous trails, a freshly brewed beer, handcrafted pizza, conversations and laughter under the stars. This is what we live for, camping, beer, and biking.
Here’s to the Wild Ones, the Sacred Ones, the Hard Working Ones, and the Kind Ones. Jordan encompasses all of these qualities along with a … Read more
This week we talk with Jim Leuders, Patriarch and head brewer at WildWood Brewing in Stevensville, Montana, just south of Missoula. From van-lifer to brewmaster, … Read more