Tap into Ennis
Twenty-one 2021 participants, six merchandise vendors, four sponsors, and two live music sets
Tap into Ennis was back after a year off due to the pandemic, and the smiles on faces and activities abound showed just how much events like this were missed.
Last Saturday, Montana craft beer, distillers and wines were on display at the Lions Club Park in Ennis, Mont. from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. A $30 entrance fee got people two full beers and unlimited tastings. A variety of different vendors and yard games, like corn hole, and two live music sets kept people of all ages busy.
This year’s Tap into Ennis was sponsored by Burnt Tree Brewing, Willie’s Distillery, Sportsman’s Lodge and the Bottle Barn.
Participants included: Willie’s Distillery out of Ennis, Dry Hills Distillery out of Bozeman, Beehive Basin Brewery out of Big Sky, Burnt Tree Brewing out of Ennis, Glacier Distilling Company out of Coram, Bitterroot Brewing out of Hamilton, Wildrye Distilling out of Bozeman, Bozeman Spirits, Headframe Spirits out of Butte, Lewis & Clark Brewing out of Helena, Montgomery Distillery out of Missoula, Bozeman Brewing Company, Dean’s Zesty Kombucha out of Bozeman, Katabatic Brewing out of Livingston, La Croix, Map Brewing out of Bozeman, Ruby Valley Brew out of Sheridan, Smelter City Brewing out of Anaconda, 2 Fat Guys Spirits out of Bozeman, Polar Brewing out of Bozeman and Bozeman Wine Gallery.
Merchandise vendors included Coca-Cola, Ennis Trading Posts, Little Hog Pit B’Que, Madison Foods, The Farm Produce and Way Cool Clothing