Employment Opportunity – Part-Time Taproom Server

KettleHouse Brewing Co. is hiring a Taproom Server for our Northside location. This position is responsible for ensuring that the KettleHouse taproom is safe, fun, and inviting. The Taproom Server will be responsible for customer service, beer knowledge, and general upkeep of the taproom. Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to brittanyw@kettlehouse.com. This… Read more »

Employment Opportunity – Marketing Manager

At KettleHouse Brewing Co., our mission is to match the quality of our beers to the quality of the Montana outdoor experience. We are an award-winning brewery located in beautiful Western Montana with a vision to work toward carbon neutrality in our brewery. KettleHouse opened in 1995 and has become a Missoula icon with three… Read more »

Employment Opportunity – Packaging & Logistics Support

At KettleHouse Brewing Co., our mission is to match the quality of our beers to the quality of the Montana outdoor experience. Our award-winning beers include Cold Smoke® Scotch Ale, Double Haul® IPA, Eddy Out® Pale Ale, Fresh Bongwater® Hemp Pale Ale, and many seasonal offerings.   As KettleHouse continues to grow, we are looking… Read more »

Introducing the Crowler® to both of our taprooms

KettleHouse Brewing Company is proud to offer Missoula’s first Crowler® – a 32 ounce can option. Originally developed by Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont, Colorado, the Crowler® is filled to order in the taproom with any beer available for growler fills. The can is rinsed, purged with CO2, then filled and sealed right in front… Read more »

Win a Free Daily Pint for 1 Year!!

One FREE PINT daily for an entire year! This could be all yours! All you have to do is swing by Myrtle St Taphouse or Northside KettleHouse Taproom on November 26th-Small Business Saturday. Here’s how it works: Come on in, receive 2 drawing tickets-one for the GOLDEN MUG, and one for some AWESOME SCHWAG (drawings… Read more »

Why we need K3

Ever since we started canning Cold Smoke® Scotch Ale, we’ve had a problem keeping up with demand. I like to joke that we fail to plan for success. When we wrote our first business plan 21 years ago we set our sights high on quality and low on quantity. All we ever wanted was a… Read more »