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Billings: The Final Frontier.

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Billings: The Final Frontier.


No, not a set of actions where we send paper invoices to collect money for “unmentionable services”. The town, in Montana; That’s what we’re talking about.
We’re opening up that market.

Iron Horse Brewery Does Fun Things in New Market
Iron Horse Beer is available in Billings, That’s a New Market we have. You’re welcome.

ELLENSBURG, WA (February 3, 2016) Due to an unyielding urge to get more craft beer in more human’s mouths, Iron Horse Brewery has decided to bring IHB brews to Billings, Mont. Billings’ unique blend of rural meets college town makes this a great match. Intermountain Distributing is doing all the heavy lifting because of their vast expertise in servicing craft beer in the area.

“I drove from Bozeman to Billings one time for homebrew supplies. It was worth it.” said Owner and General Manager, Greg Parker. “Now it’s time to return the goods in the form of beer,” Parker added.

Iron Horse Brewery Frolicsomeness
A crew of humans from IHB will be in Billings Feb. 9 through Feb. 11 to promote their beer and more importantly having fun.

Opportunities to Form an Opinion on Iron Horse Beers
Tuesday, February 9th:
Pub Station – Irish Death, Mocha Death, IPA, and Double Rainbow draft tasting. It’s open mic night; They will be singing all of Mariah Carey’s biggest hits.
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 10th:
Bones Arcade – Irish Death draft tasting. Finger Gun IPA and Double Rainbow can tasting. Come down and challenge them in head to head Arcade action.
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, February 11th:
The Vig Alehouse – Irish Death draft tasting. Finger Gun IPA and Double Rainbow can tasting.
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

“Oh, hey, I’ll actually be there”, said Ross Chalstrom, interloper of press release quotes.

About Iron Horse Brewery
Centrally located in Ellensburg, WA, Iron Horse Brewery is owned by father-son team Gary and Greg Parker. The brewery has been producing hand crafted ales since 2004 and is growing at a pace they probably cannot handle. If for some reason you’re still still reading this and you’d like to learn more about the brewery, visit

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