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On March 13, Brothers Tapworks will host a forum in Helena with Blackfoot River Brewing’s brewers Tim Chisman and Chris Cote, Montana Watershed Coordination Council Executive Director Amy Seaman, and MEIC Deputy Director Derf Johnson to speak about brewing, the importance of clean water, and policies and practices that help protect this precious resource.

We’ll have time for your questions, whether it’s about Blackfoot’s brewing processes, what makes the water around Helena unique, and how policies made at the state level can impact what you’re drinking.

About A River Runs Brew It:
A River Runs Brew It is a partnership between Montana brewers, distillers, cider-makers, and the Montana Environmental Information Center (MEIC). Together, we are protecting the water that makes Montana the Last Best Place— to work, play, live, and brew delicious drinks. Visit the RRBI website for more information: https://www.ariverrunsbrewit.org/
About Brothers’ Tapworks:
The Confluence at Brothers Tapworks is owned by brothers Bill and Steve Bullock located on Helena’s historic Walking Mall. Featuring over 40 handles of unique beers, wines, seltzers and ciders.
About Blackfoot River Brewing:
Blackfoot River Brewing is a craft brewery located in Downtown Helena adjacent to the trail system.
About Montana Watershed Coordination Council:
MWCC has been cultivating broad-based support for community-driven approaches to managing complex land and water issues for over 20 years. We are the statewide organization representing each of more than 60 local watershed conservation organizations.
About MEIC:
MEIC was founded in 1973 by Montanans concerned with protecting and restoring Montana’s natural environment. Thousands of Montanans support MEIC as members, both financially and with their activism. To protect and restore the land, air, water, and life-sustaining climate of Montana, MEIC advocates, educates, and empowers people in service of a clean and healthful environment for present and future generations.

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