As part of Craft Beer Week, U.S. Sen. Max Baucus on Friday joined Tamarack Brewing Company in announcing a first for the Montana brewery: a design contest for a new brew celebrating Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front.
Tamarack’s “Have Beer, Need Art Contest” runs until midnight, July 15, and is open to anyone 21 and older. The brewery is looking for creative designs for its newest beer, Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Ale.
The beer is currently barrel-aging and will be ready for pouring in August, when a panel of judges will choose the winning entry.
Baucus, a powerful advocate of Montana’s craft brewing industry and Montana’s outdoor heritage, recently reintroduced the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act. The Montana-made legislation protects access, wildlife and ranching heritage along the Front.
“This contest is about celebrating one of Montana’s most treasured places and all the small businesses and economic activity that the Rocky Mountain Front supports,” said Baucus, who founded the Senate’s bipartisan Small Brewers Caucus.
Contest entries must be submitted electronically, either by posting to Tamarack’s Missoula Facebook page its Lakeside Facebook page or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Must somehow refer to the Rocky Mountain Front (using landmarks, waterways, the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act, Baucus, etc.)
- Must include the name “Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Ale”
- Must be at least 990 pixels wide by 1260 pixels in length
- Must not exceed Facebook’s limit of 2048-by-2048 pixels or 15MB in size.
Complete terms and conditions are available online at tamarackbrewing.com/contest.