Craft Breweries

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Shakey Graves coming to Kelowna’s BNA Brewery

Producers behind Alti-Tunes hosting first indoor live music in two years

 

Penticton’s own Cannery Brewing unveiled “The Official Beer of the Penticton Vees” on Tuesday, March 29 in honour of the city’s hockey team ahead of their first-round playoff series against the Trail Smoke Eaters. (Source: pixabay)

Special edition Penticton Vees beer launches on first day of playoff action

Cannery Brewery will be selling ‘The Official Beer of the Penticton Vees’ at SOEC, taproom

 

Canadian Beer Day on Oct. 6 aims to acknowledge the positive impacts of the brewing industry in this country. (Courtesy Victoria Beer Week)

Canadian Beer Day encourages Canada to raise a glass

Third event by Beer Canada celebrates workers within and related to brewing industry

 

The Office Brewery will feature a taproom and will also serve food alongside its signature beers. (The Office Brewery/Facebook)

New craft brewery opens in Kelowna’s North End

The Office Brewery is the newest addition to Kelowna’s craft brewery district

The Office Brewery will feature a taproom and will also serve food alongside its signature beers. (The Office Brewery/Facebook)
Flights of Bad Tattoo beers are prepared at the Kelowna location. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)

PHOTOS: Penticton’s Bad Tattoo Brewing opens Kelowna location

The expansion project was 13 months in the making

Flights of Bad Tattoo beers are prepared at the Kelowna location. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)
Penticton’s Bad Tattoo Brewing is expanding its business to Kelowna later this summer. (Bad Tattoo Brewing/Instagram)

Penticton’s Bad Tattoo Brewing will expand to Kelowna this summer

Scheduled to open in early July, the new brewpub will be located in the city’s brewery district

Penticton’s Bad Tattoo Brewing is expanding its business to Kelowna later this summer. (Bad Tattoo Brewing/Instagram)
Highway 97 Brewing owners Nick and John Kapusty are excited about moving to downtown Penticton at 200 Ellis St. with a bigger taproom and and patio. (Western News file photo)

Highway 97 Brewing gets green light to move to downtown Penticton

Highway 97 is moving into the former Mile Zero Wine Bar on Ellis St.

Highway 97 Brewing owners Nick and John Kapusty are excited about moving to downtown Penticton at 200 Ellis St. with a bigger taproom and and patio. (Western News file photo)
Ceres was brewed by the women of the Cannery Brewing team and launched on International Women’s Day. (Contributed One Eye Shut Media)

Penticton beer industry celebrates International Women’s Day

‘New Boots, Who Dis?’ and ‘Ceres’ are two beers made in collaboration with the Pink Boots Society

Ceres was brewed by the women of the Cannery Brewing team and launched on International Women’s Day. (Contributed One Eye Shut Media)
Cannery Brewing’s current location on Ellis Street. (Cannery Brewing - Facebook)

Controversial patio expansion in downtown Penticton to be addressed at council

Cannery Brewing seeks the City’s permission to open a patio on Ellis St.

Cannery Brewing’s current location on Ellis Street. (Cannery Brewing - Facebook)
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