Blackfoot River Brewing Co. is partnering with the Holter Museum of Art and Windermere Real Estate to brew this year's Hop Harvest IPA, also called the "H3: Holter Hop Harvest IPA," which is its hoppiest beer yet.
With more than 60 pounds of hops, the brew will produce just under 400 gallons of beer that will help raise funds to benefit the Holter Museum of Art.
"It's a great way for us to showcase a great local beer and great local organization," said Bethany Flint, a general manager at the brewery.
A kickoff party for the beer will be held Tuesday, Oct. 24, and will include live music and giveaways at the taproom.
"This town is so great, everyone looks out for each other," Chris Riccardo, executive director for the Holter Musuem of Art, said of the community partnerships in Helena.