Montana is home to a lot of great breweries, but Montana is a really big state.

There are many breweries throughout Montana that you may have never heard of, but thanks to Hop Lounge, you can now experience craft beers from all over Montana right here in Bozeman.

Hop Lounge is a brand new beer bar in Bozeman that features over 50 Montana beers on tap. Many of the beers featured can't be found anywhere else in Bozeman. That's what makes the Hop Lounge so special. The owners are dedicated to providing a one of a kind experience. They literally drive to breweries across the entire state of Montana to source their unique selection. They are constantly rotating their tap selections, so you'll always be able to try something new.

At Hop Lounge, we’ve dedicated our heart and soul to bring you one of the finest selections of Montana-made craft beer in the state. With 50 beers on tap and many more packaged options available it won’t be hard to find a beer to fit your taste. Need one to go? We fill crowlers, growlers and have plenty of 16 oz cans to keep you company.

Hop Lounge is located inside of a barn that's over 100 years old. It's located at 93 Rowland Road off of Huffine Lane in Bozeman. It has been renovated, and now offers a relaxing ambiance perfect for grabbing a cold beer and a bite to eat for lunch or dinner.

Most of the items on the food menu are centered around their delicious fire-roasted rotisserie chicken. Hop Lounge serves sandwiches, tacos, salads, hand-cut fries, homemade mac n’ cheese, and more. Everything on the menu is made fresh to order.

You can also purchase entire fire-roasted chickens for take-out if you don't want to worry about making dinner after a long day at work.

If you're a music lover, Hop Lounge has two Technic 1200 MK7 turntables, and an excellent sound system. The owners have a huge vinyl collection, and they guarantee the music will never stop spinning.

If you go to their website, here's the first thing you'll see.

Beer, Chicken, and Vinyl. That's what we're about.

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