It's a celebration of the unique history of the northeast neighborhood of Bozeman and Bozeman's Brewing History on Saturday, August 25, 2012. The Brewery Wall Festival is happening from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the 700 & 800 blocks of North Wallace Ave.

The main goal of this event is to raise awareness about the importance of preserving the remnant wall of the historic Bozeman Brewery that anchors the Historic Bozeman Brewery District (one of only 10 nationally recognized Brewery Districts in the country). It's also gonna be a LOT of fun!

There will be a Beer Garden featuring beer by the Bozeman Brewing Co., a Root Beer Float Garden for the kids featuring root beer from Lehrkind's Coca Cola, food by Rendezvous Catering, Audrey's Pizza Oven and more. There will also be live music by Field Trip and others, Horse Draw Vehicle rides (typical transportation in the early brewing days), a climbing wall, jump house, miniature train rides, historic presentations about Bozeman's brewing history and a lot more!

Entry is FREE to this family-fun event. Donations will be accepted to help preserve the wall. It's hosted by NENA through the Missouri Historic Preservation Trust. Donations can be made to NENA at or by contacting the Missouri Headwaters Preservation Trust at

Help preserve a bit of Bozeman's unique history, community character, and save the story of Bozeman's brewing history. For more info. contact Chris Nixon at (406) 585-6932.