April is Idaho Craft Beer Month

Raise a pint to the amazing craft brew industry in north central Idaho during April, Idaho Craft Beer Month, and all year long. Check out these specials and events happening:

  • Wolftrack Brewing (Cottonwood, Idaho) is doing a $1 off your first pint, every day, all month long!
  • MJ Barleyhoppers is celebrating Friday, April 28 from 4p to midnight. All flights of beer will be half off, door prizes will be given, and The Hitmen will hit the stage at 9 PM.
  • Nezperce Brewfest is being hosted by Nezperce Service League on Saturday, April 8 at 4pm in Legion Hall (Nezperce, Idaho). Tickets are $20 presale or $25 at the door. 10 craft brews, live entertainment, raffles and prizes. Ticket includes 5 samples, 1 large beer, 1 raffle entry and a complimentary glass.
  • Hardware Brewing (Kendrick, Idaho) is hosting Dave Bjur Jazz on April 14 from 7-9:30 pm. Dave will be joined by Kate Skinner (piano & vocals) and Joe Covill (drums).

Here’s a list of breweries in north central Idaho (and bordering Washington communities). Start checking them off your list!

Hardware Brewing Co. Serving northwest beef, beer, and wines. Enjoy this local brewpub where families are welcome to enjoy a meal and great company. 701 E Main, Kendrick, ID; 208.289.5000; hardwarebrewingco.com

MJ Barleyhoppers  This microbrewery produces seven year-round hand-crafted ales in styles ranging from a light wheat to a stout and seasonal specialties such as Oktoberfest, Snake River Porter and Bock at the Moon, a Maibock Style. Stop in for Blues & Brews on Thursdays during the summer months for live music and local brews. Inside the Red Lion; 621 21st St, Lewiston, ID; 208.746.5300; redlionlewiston.com

Moscow Brewing Company  Moscow Brewing Company aims to produce beers that celebrate the Northwest bounty, and tips their hats to the brewers, farmers, and first peoples who have been celebrating this synergy long before us. 630 N. Almon Street, Suite No. 130, Moscow, ID; 208-596-4058.; https://www.facebook.com/MoscowBrewingCompany/

Paradise Creek Brewery  From the fan-favorite Pokerface Blonde to the hop-bomb Over The Hop to their creamy and roasty MooJoe Espresso Milk Stout, the variety of seasonal and perennial ales flowing from their taps will make the most demanding beer lover squeal like a sorority girl. 245 SE Paradise St., Pullman, WA; 509.338.9463; paradisecreekbrewery.com

Rants and Raves Brewery  A family friendly brewery and restaurant passionate about craft beer, craft sodas and locally sourced menu ingredients. 308 N. Jackson St., Moscow, ID; 208.596.4061; rantsravesbrewery.com

Hunga Dunga Tap Room & Brewery Pioneering the way in exceptional, life-changing brews and bestowing excellence upon the Northwest microbrew scene. 333 N Jackson St, Moscow, ID; 208.596.4855; hungadungabrewing.com

Riverport Brewing Company  Serving samples, pints and growlers of hand-crafted ales including Blonde Moment, Seven Devils IPA, Old Man River Oatmeal Stout and River Rat Red. Visit the taproom and enjoy a pint and a bowl of popcorn in the laid back atmosphere. 150 9th St, Clarkston, WA; 509.758.8889; riverportbrewing.com

Trestle Brewing Co.  Small craft brewery located inside a country diner in the small-town of Ferdinand off Highway 95. 413 Main St., Ferdinand, ID; 208.962.7233

Wolftrack Brewing and Tasting Den  The only beers brewed on the Camas Prairie, where you can come have a pint or two, or get your Growler and go if you want. Locally owned and operated. 505 King St., Cottonwood, ID; 208.507.1187