Bridger Brewing has announced a new Three Forks location that will include a taproom, a production brewery and an amphitheater managed by Missoula-based Logjam Entertainment.

According to Bridger Brewing’s website, adventureisbrewing.com, the new location will be in Broadwater County near the Copper City Trails.

Logjam Presents and Broadwater County did not respond to request for interviews Monday. Bridger Brewing co-owner David Breck declined an interview with the Chronicle.

Documents from the Montana Facility Finance Authority state that Logjam Entertainment and Bridger have negotiated ground lease terms for a “4,500-person capacity outdoor amphitheater on par with the Kettlehouse Amphitheater,” which Logjam owns. The Montana Facility Finance Authority is part of the Montana Department of Commerce. The document also stated Logjam is “responsible for the costs of developing the venue.”

The Kettlehouse Amphitheater opened in the summer of 2018 and is a 4,000-person venue in Bonner. It has hosted musicians of the caliber of Bon Iver, Flogging Molly and Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant. KettleHouse Brewing Co. is a Missoula craft brewery with two locations.

Logjam Entertainment holds exclusive booking rights at the Rialto Theater in downtown Bozeman. The production company is in the midst of building The Elm, a new music venue in Bozeman on Seventh Avenue. Logjam also owns and operates the Top Hat and the Wilma in Missoula and recently announced plans for a $100 million civic center in downtown Missoula.

Melissa Loveridge can be reached at mloveridge@dailychronicle.com or at (406) 582-2651.