As of summer my new favorite local brewery became Tamarack. They started out in Lake Side, but now have a location in Missoula. The only thing I see canned is the Amber and IPA. If you have a chance to stop by one of their breweries they have a great selection. One of my favorites is the Sip And Go Naked Apricot Ale.
I used to really like amber ale, but have grown away from it the last few years. There just seems to be so many better options out there anymore. That had changed after I tried Yardsale. If I am looking to grab something at the local grocery store it is now my go to.
Edit: Funny, I looked back in this thread and noticed I already posted about this same beer and how I didn't care for amber anymore. I guess I warmed up to it.
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2015 19:06:11 GMT -8 by Cysquatch
Is this the year he played before Big Boi? I remember he was still fairly unknown, and still did great.
Yes, it was that year. If it wasn't for Heart that would have been my favorite show of the weekend.
Dude, I'm pretty sure Heart wasn't there that year. After reading this I thought I might have missed them, so I had to go find a poster for verification. That was the only time I made it into the arena that weekend. It seemed like way too big of a hassle to get in for any headliners unless you wanted to camp in there all day.
Edit: Were Heart playing somewhere else that weekend? I kind of assumed you meant at Bumbershoot.
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2015 20:34:08 GMT -8 by Cysquatch
There is already some Sasquatch trickle down making it to Missoula. I can see The Decemberists and Ryan Adams (artists on the top 2 lines of the Sasquatch poster) each play a headlining show for about $35 a ticket at the Big Sky Brewery. $5 craft beers all night too. I may have to settle for that and get my Gorge fix later in the summer.
What the hell man, this lineup is pretty damn mediocre for $400. NO BJORK OR PRINCE EVEN WHAT THE FUCK?
Definitely underwhelming for the kind of money involved now. I see about a dozen artists that really peak my interest, and most of them you would only have to pay $20 to see anywhere else. Not even many rarities either.