George Krumm, Haley Wynne
Bjorn Nabozney, one of the founders of Big Sky Brewery, talks about opening the business in 1995, which was one of the second breweries / taphouses to open in Missoula, Montana. He notes that as of 2018, Big Sky Brewery is the largest brewery in Montana. Nabozney discusses craft beer culture and clientele in Missoula. He notes the change of culture and clientele from the establishment of the brewery to present day. He describes the brewery’s charity work and the ways that they give back to Missoula. Nabozney discusses the relationships between Missoula breweries and how they work together. He stresses the need for flavor profiling in the craft alcohol industry and details the products his company uses to brew. Nabozney details strategies that breweries use to create their beers and what goes into specific brews.
Breweries; Beer; Craft beer; Craft beer culture; Brewing industry; Montana breweries; Alcohol consumption; Missoula businesses; Missoula Montana
Wet Missoula Oral History Project, OH 464, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 MP3 (00:37:40 min.): digital + 1 transcript (10 p.: 28 cm.)
Nabozney, Bjorn, "Bjorn Nabozney Interview, April 19, 2018" (2018). Wet Missoula Oral History Project. 2.