We are limited to having 10 people per table at this time.
Stop in and see us!


Our Beers on Tap

Ore Digger Ale - Blonde Ale  I  Eureka Amber Ale  I  Honey Cream Ale  I  Rye Amber Ale   I  Haul Truck Hefeweizen  I  Butte Irish Red - Red Ale  I  Nelson Pale Ale  I  Sweet Stout  I  Off Your Rachor - Pale Ale  I  Dublin Gulch Porter  I  Pug Mahon's - IPA  I  Green Monster - IPA  I  Old #1 - IPA  I  Mountain Haze - IPA  I  Big Butte -IPA  I  Butte Bock Lager  I  Berry Cream Ale  I  Checo Rootbeer  I  Old #1 - IPA  I  New England IPA


Come drink beer with us in
historic Butte, America!

Mon: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Tue: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Wed: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Thu: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Fri: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Sat: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 8:00pm


Butte Brewing Co. History

In November 1875, the first beers were brewed on what would become the site of the Butte Brewing Co. in uptown Butte, Montana Territory. Between 1880 and 1885, the Butte Brewing Co. grew with the raucous 'Silver Camp on the Big Butte.' In 1886, German brewer Henry Muntzer, and later Irishman J.V. Collins, would transform the fledgling brewery into Montana's iconic leader in business, community involvement, and of course as the manufacturer of 'Butte Beer - The Perfect Brew". The Butte Brewing Co. has faithfully slaked the Mining City's thirst through world wars, mining strikes and closures, political upheavals, and martial law, corporate mining skullduggery, and national prohibition. The acclaimed Butte Beer became synonyms with the tough, independent-minded citizens, of the Richest Hill on earth. By the 1960s the brewery had closed, but the spirit of the great Butte Beer remained. The Butte Brewing Co. reopened its doors in 2015. Once again, the Butte Brewing Co. is producing  high quality brews in celebration of more than 130 years of tradition.