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Carter's Brewing

ā— Carter's opened in 2007. It is named after brewer Mike Uhrich's oldest son who was born right around when the brewery opened.

ā— Carter's has the most rotational beers out of any brewery in Billings; some are only ever produced once, so if you like one get back in soon before it's gone! šŸ»

ā— Carter's has won a number of awards for their beers throughout the years. Rob Moore Abbey Ale and The Golden Boy both won a gold medal in 2014. šŸ„‡

ā— Recently the Railyard closed its doors. Carters is remodeling the area and expanding their tap room to offer more space to enjoy their beverages. 

ā— About a dozen or so local restaurants have Carter's beer on tap. So if you can't make it down, check the website to see where else you can find these great beers.

ā— There's a small patio out back where you can enjoy your beer while trains go rumbling by. šŸš‚

ā— Carter's Brewery doesn't serve food, but they have popcorn you can munch on. šŸæ

ā— A pint at Carter's is $4 with the exception of some specialty rotational beers (which are more, or fewer ounces).

ā— There is a 3 pint (48 oz) per patron per day rule that is strictly followed; it's Montana law!