Show off your Montana pride, heritage or just how ingrained this state is in your life with this custom Montana photo frame art. There may not be a whole lot of us here. Under a million still last I checked. But that just means the coolness is concentrated. You get more great state per person.
There are custom cut and printed with an American flag & stars design. They feature a rounded 5×7 photo inset area to display your favorite family photos. This will work perfectly in any part of your Montana slice of paradise.
These are 18.5 x 10.5 x .75-1.0 in (depending on the wood we’re using). We don’t make many of them – but they are each made with love.
Custom Craig Fishing Access sign…made on rustic recycled wood.
Any fishing salt worth his salt will tell you that just up the road fishing magic happens in a town called Craig, Montana. We love it there and created this sign from scratch to celebrate our neighbors to the north. Each of these signs is slightly different. They are made from wood we find and recycle. They show all of the wood’s beauty and imprecations (including a few knot holes). But they look like they came out of your favorite old fish camp along the mighty Mo.
21 x 20″ recycled wood signs (they sometimes are slightly larger or smaller fyi!).
Perfect for your home, hearth, patio or your very own fish camp. Or just to remember a great day floating past Craig and soaking it all in. Simple leather straps for hanging.
This one just rocks the river… Kessler Brewing Co. (1868-1958—Helena, MT) was one of Montana’s first and most iconic breweries founded officially in 1868 it produced beer in Helena, MT for almost 90 years here.Their art and promotional items were second to none including this Montana mix of two of our favorites: Fishing and Drinking! We call this one “Great Day on the River.” It original would have been a point of purchase stand-up but our reproduction probably works better on your wall. A perfect piece of Montana brewing history at an affordable price. Printed on .125 Metal.
About Kessler Brewing Company: Kessler Brewing Company was originally founded by Charles Breeher as the Ten Mile Brewery in 1865 until bought out by Nick Kessler, a Luxembourg-born entrepreneur who’d turned from gold prospecting to other interests. At it’s height, the brewery brewed over 200 barrels of BEER A DAY and more than 24,000 bottles. The plant operated during various economic conditions, depressions and even the 1935 earthquake (and aftershock) which heavily damaged the building and collapsed it’s stack killing two workers. For a time a Northern Pacific Locomotive was used to power the brewery.
In 1886 Nickolas Kessler directed the construction of an entirely new plant at the brewery, furnished with the first refrigeration machine in Montana and the first carbonic acid gas machine to be used in an American brewery. Kessler installed the first glass-lined storage tanks in the state in 1903, and in 1907 he installed the first bottling pipe line in the Rocky Mountain area. He also established a small brickyard at the brewery in the late 1860s or early 1870s. The company operated from 1865 until 1957 when Frederick, the last Kessler son, died. (more history and pictures here www.helenahistory.org/kessler_brewing_compnay.htm)
Tie One On in Montana…wall-mounted bottle opener. Nothing finishes a great day of fishing Montana’s iconic rivers better than a cold local beer! Now you can bring the same spirit to your beer room, garage or patio…5″ x 12″ wood wall-mounted bottle opener with rustic opener.
We make custom cribbage boards for your company or group with your logo, colors and style. If you have a legally owned or licensed logo, we’ll make a custom cribbage boards(s) you and your friends/co-workers/family/friends to enjoy every and anywhere. Perfect for employee gifts, special occasions and more!