Bad Tattoo beer is handcrafted, using natural ingredients and no added preservatives. Our brewery tours are a casual and fun way to go behind-the-scenes and see just how crazy we are about great craft beer. Steps from the beach we’re the place to be for oven-fired pizza, fresh salads and of course, a great selection of beer.
Neighbourhood Brewing is a place where great beer meets deliciously inventive food, and where friends and family to come together to have a good time. The kitchen is inspired by Mexican cuisine but still travels the world of flavour. Come for a visit we are fun, we promise!
Founded mid-cast and hip deep in a mountain stream, Slackwater stands for the moments between life’s ebbs and flows—especially those enjoyed with friends, family and beers in-hand. Our brewing philosophy is focused on simplicity, balance and approachability with some newly inspired local infusions from the Okanagan’s natural landscapes. Our food philosophy matches that of our beer. Chef Bryson summons inspiration from seasonal Okanagan ingredients and ties them in with our house-brewed libations.
Join us in our taproom or on our patio for a glass or a flight of our beers. We are also pleased to offer a rotating selection of local BC Wine, BC Cider, coffee and other non-alcoholic beverages. Enjoy a bowl of our popcorn du jour along with your beverage. If you are hungry, we offer some delicious small bites designed to complement our beers.
Highway 97 Brewing Co. is a boutique-style craft brewery located in the heart of the beautiful Penticton, BC. We take pride in making the perfectly balanced craft beer that everyone can enjoy. Visit our brewery and enjoy a tasty pint of ice-cold beer and don’t miss the chance to have your Pups photo taken on our famous dog wall.
The South Okanagan’s original brewery is still going strong 25 years later. Tin Whistle kicked off the craft beer movement in the Okanagan Valley when it opened in 1995. This family-owned-and-operated business was named after a locomotive on the Kettle Valley Railway, which operated throughout the Thompson-Okanagan region for years before being converted into a hiking/biking trail. Tin Whistle focuses on using local ingredients such as fruits and berries in many of its beers, including the award-winning Stag Apple Scotch Ale and two different beers made with local peaches.
A pub with a friendly atmosphere, cheerful waitresses and bartenders – and good drinks. A restaurant with homemade quality foods. A place with a lively decor, where darts, billiards, music and camaraderie are enjoyed. A decora-tribute to sports figures echoes a slightly western theme with paraphernalia belonging to some first class Penticton athletes and rodeo stars.