9-11 AM WEDS & FRI AT THE COFFEE SHOP
CASUAL/ OPEN HOUSE PLAY FOR YOUNG KIDS
MEET UP AND MINGLE WITH OTHER MOMS
Gift certificates from Meadowlark make great stocking stuffers!
Also, all Meadowlark apparel purchases come with a free Meadowlark pint glass!
We hosted an impressive group of artists last night! Big thanks to Uncorked Creativity and artist Linda Conradsen for helping raise money for the Eagles Foundation. All proceeds benefits local children’s organizations.
Nothing is merrier than gear from Meadowlark Brewing! We have T-shirts (S-2XL) $20 and Sweatshirts with a built in bottle koozie (S-XL) $40! FREE pint glass with every purchase! We also have gift certificates available! Come in today and get an early start to your Holiday shopping!
We are looking for Front of House (servers) pay is dependent on experience but starts at $8.5 plus tips and is reevaluated after 90 days.
Interested in a progressive/ exciting kitchen? Pay is dependent upon position but we are looking for all levels from dishwasher to line and pay varies depending on position and experience.
Benefits are available to full time employees. We are growing quickly and can’t wait to expand our team.
Please come in and fill out an application!
We have an exciting announcement to make! Meadowlark Brewing is working on a new beer just in time for the Holiday Season. “Snowflake” is a gingerbread beer with clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon. It gets its name from the Snowflake Bakery that once occupied one of our buildings. The masterminds behind this creation are: Bryce Baker, Brandon Taylor, Joe Bradley, and our very own, Tim Schnars. This beer will be released the day after Thanksgiving.
Cream Ale – A traditional American beer style that emulates the American Standard Lager, but is brewed with ale yeast. Light, smooth and unbelievably thirst quenching. It’s the perfect lawn mower beer for a hot summer day. 4% ABV
Oat Malt Stout – A velvety smooth nitrogenated stout made with malted oats. Pitch black with roasted coffee hints and a cocoa finish. 3.5% ABV
XPA (Extra Pale Ale) – A tangerine-gold ale, crisp with moderate bitterness and floral notes reminiscent of tropical fruit, lemons, and grapefruit. 5% ABV
The entire staff of Meadowlark Brewing is eagerly anticipating sharing these beers for the first time with our patrons and the residents of Sidney. Our brewmaster Tim Schnars will be giving tours of the brewery every hour on Saturday, so be sure to get a glimpse inside the brewery, and perhaps a chance to bend his ear about all things beer. In a couple short weeks we’ll be introducing our Scotch Rye Wee Heavy, a big, malty Scottish beer brewed with rye, and our Raspberry Witbier, a Belgian-style wheat beer brewed with Indian coriander and raspberry concentrate. A little further down the road we’re going to unveil the first in our rotational Belgian-style ale series, a Belgian-style Tripel, a big, effervescent ale comprised of fruity esters and spicy phenols.
We are confident that we’re making a little something for everyone in our initial portfolio, and we’re always open to suggestions. These initial beers will only be identified by style, as we haven’t committed to any branding yet. But a beer by any other name is still a beer, and perhaps you could help us out in that department. We encourage you to taste our beers and tell us the stories that your senses evoke. Craft breweries these days have a tendency to lean towards some silly branding, and while we’re not entirely opposed to that, we’d like our beers to reflect the place and the people where they were forged. Please stop by this Saturday, have a taste of our local flavor, and tell us what you think. Cheers!
…er, Happy New Year! It’s only a little over a week into 2014 and the brewery and pub are well on their way, with construction, retrofitting, and rebuilding kicking into high gear. The south building was not as sound as we had hoped and the entire back portion towards the alley was ripped down and rebuilt. The roof was redone, we poured concrete in the brewery, and the construction crew is currently fleshing out the interior of the building:
Overall, things are proceeding very quickly now. We anticipate that the brewhouse and fermenters will arrive in early February and we aspire to be open for business this spring. We are also pleased to announce, that in addition to artisanal beer and food, we will have a full service coffee bar serving everything from espresso to baked goods. As some local coffee places are closed or closing, we hope to give the community a new place where they can enjoy a cup of joe. Likewise, we are happy to welcome two new additions to the Meadowlark Team: Brewmaster Tim Schnars II formerly of Erie, Pennsylvania and Executive Chef Aaron Holliday formerly of Sacramento, California. We would like to wish everyone a happy new year (and a hoppy brewed beer!) and we can’t wait to join the ranks of Montana’s fine craft breweries in 2014!