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Bonsai Brewing Project: Public House, Beer Garden, & Grill Family owned and operated craft brewery featuring 10 fresh ales, a cozy taproom, and a large outdoor seating area. The Grill offers a simple menu of house made fare. Check in for weekly...more
They had a large selection of great Beers and a great lawn area to enjoy them. Also it was Dog friendly so we could all enjoy the day. Food was a little slow but real good. It gets busy so see how long the food...More
With a selection of their own brews and decent food offerings, you’ll enjoy this visit. Indoor seating with outside on grass picnic tables options, good atmosphere either way. Probably will round out nicely your Whitefish visit.
I wish there had been a table outside, but it was everything great about an outdoor hangout bar plus dogs! We had a burger special with was an Italian style burger with pesto, mozerella and tomato, which was delicious. The beer was decent, although there...More
So disappointed we did not find this place sooner!!!! We would have gone at least one more time if not two. So laid back and friendly. Great local brews and grilled food options. Setting outside was very chill. Jim brown brew was just up my...More
We ordered the To Keela IPA and Big Papa, both delicious. The IPA was tart with citrus and refreshing on a hot day. The Big Papa is aged in a bourbon barrel and has a great rich flavor. We sat in the shade outside where...More
We were in Whitefish visiting friends and decided to go out for dinner. Bonsai Brewing Project is close to their house and our friends had never been. The experience was wonderful. The guys had the Initiation Pale Ale and Due North IRA. Both were very...More
This micro-establishment brews its own real ales and serves lunch and dinner. The quality of the real ales is the best my son, my brother and I have ever tasted in the U.S. We tried the "Initiation Pale Ale", the "Due North IRA" and the...More