After a hiatus in 2020 because of the pandemic, anticipation is high across Montana for the 120th Brawl of the Wild this weekend. Also known as Cat Griz. Yes, I know some Griz fans insist on calling it “Griz Cat”, which just sounds… weird.
Team loyalty aside, it should be an awesome game Saturday afternoon at Washington Grizzly Stadium. Both teams are fairly evenly ranked and both are chomping for a victory. If you’re celebrating the game this weekend (responsibly, of course) why not support local and grab some Montana-made spirits?
Photo by Michael Foth, Townsquare MediaLook for the end-cap display at your favorite liquor store.
Most liquor stores in Montana have a smallish section dedicated to Montana-made liquor. I took the photos in this article at Bottles and Shots in Billings, but there’s likely a similar display at any full-service liquor store in Montana. This store had at least 20 different Montana-made options to browse.
Photo by Michael Foth, Townsquare MediaHow ’bout some Montana moonshine?
Moonshine is a Prohibition term used to describe a generally neutral spirit, usually made from corn. It was made under the moon, in the dark of night to hide from Johnny Law. Moonshine has enjoyed a novelty resurgence in popularity, thanks in part to reality TV moonshiner