In a world where craft beer has created every concept imaginable, from massive production breweries to movie theaters to breweries aboard cruise ships… there aren’t many things that feel as great as a good, old, neighborhood brew pub. The folks behind Montgomery Public House (also lovingly called MPH) knew that when they started planning for their space in downtown Montgomery.
Built upon a foundation of great food, great beer and great service – these guys had no idea that when they opened their doors in 2020, it would be in the middle of a global pandemic. They’ve soldiered on, though. Today we have a space that their loyal customers are happy to call home, and folks like me are more than happy to visit!
I sat down to get the rundown of how the brewery came to be. We drank a few beers and explored exactly what their concept is all about, and even dove into the question that might hit you as soon as you look at their tap lineup – What’s with the Left Hand Brewing Company beers? It was a great show!
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Guests This Week
- Jim Christmann – Montgomery Public House
- Bill Bolger – Montgomery Public House
From The Beer Fridge
- Summit-ator – Doppelbock
- Das Weizen – Hefeweizen
- Napoleon’s Revenge – Belgian Tripel
- Grate Dane – Baltic Porter
- Bitchin’ Kitchen – IPA