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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Tap Handle #53: Big Hole - Headstrong Pale Ale Buffalo Head

Back in post Tap Handle #21, Red River Valley - Bison, I spoke of a Big Hole tap that was nearly identical to the Red River Valley Bison Head...well, this this tap of which I spoke.

Big Hole Brewing is located in Belgrade, Montana and is somewhat of a mystery. Their website seems to no longer exist (if it ever did), and reviews suggest that the beer is not brewed in Montana, but instead is brewed under contract in New York by Matt Brewing (makers of Saranac). It was also brewed in Ontario Canada and Wisconsin but it sounds like that has ended. I can't find any other information on them. Weighted average on is 3.2 out of 5.

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