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Penticton Ale Trail

There is a saying that it takes a lot of great craft beer to make fine wine. It is a natural fit then, that in the middle of wine country, Penticton also has a dynamic beer scene with five craft breweries, a ...

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There is a saying that it takes a lot of great craft beer to make fine wine. It is a natural fit then, that in the middle of wine country, Penticton also has a dynamic beer scene with five craft breweries, a local hop farm and Okanagan Fest of Ale, one of BC’s premier and long-standing craft beer festivals. In fact, craft beer has become so popular here that expedia.ca recognized Penticton as one of Canada’s best beer towns! We have some of BC’s oldest craft breweries and some of BC’s newest craft breweries here in Penticton.

All of Penticton’s craft beers are all natural, made fresh at the source, and often feature local ingredients and local destinations, whether it’s a Peach Cream Ale, an Apricot Hefeweizen or a Naramata Nut Brown Ale.

Pick up a copy of the Penticton Ale Trail passport at the Visitor Centre or any of the breweries and get it stamped at each brewery for your chance to win great prizes. Be sure to visit each of the craft breweries, because each one offers a unique and different experience, many featuring food, an opportunity to see the brewery in action, and a chance to sit down, relax and try a flight or a pint from the taproom or patio. There are loads of different beer styles, and when you visit Penticton’s five craft breweries, you will have an opportunity to try many of these different styles.

Bring your bike and ride from brewery to brewery on a self-guided tour, or rent a bike and book a guided breweries tour. If you prefer a more leisurely tour, you can travel in style in a guided vehicle as you visit the breweries. If you are a runner, plan to visit us in early June for the annual Penticton Beer Run and run, walk or crawl from the hop farm along the Kettle Valley Rail Trail, through Penticton ending at the Kettle Valley Station Pub, with multiple beer and brewery stops along the way.

Visit each of the breweries:

Bad Tattoo Brewing 

Barley Mill Brew Pub & Sports Bar

Cannery Brewing

Highway 97 Brewing

Tin Whistle Brewing

For more info and to plan your craft beer tour in Penticton, visit PentictonAleTrail.ca

The Penticton Ale Trail – One Of BC's Best Kept Craft Beer Secrets