Cowbell Brewing Announces August Opening in Blyth, Ontario
On July 11, 2017 At 11:00 am
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BLYTH, ON – After more than a year of construction, Cowbell Brewing has announced that its bricks-and-mortar brewery will be opening next month near the small community of Blyth in Ontario’s Huron County.
Located at the corner of Highways 4 and 25, the 26,000 square foot destination brewery will open on August 5th, and will offer the following to visitors:
With authentic 19th century barn architecture and soaring ceilings, the Cowbell experience will include self-guided brewery tours on the catwalk, local farm to table fare in the restaurant and on the verandah, wood fired pizza, and of course, delicious beer – some styles which are exclusive “destination only” Cowbell brews. The family-friendly and accessible facility will feature it’s own line of craft sodas and nitrogenated coffee. Guests will be able to browse the General Store and take home a wide range of Cowbell beers and merchandise.
Several Cowbell brands – including Absent Landlord Country Kolsch, Doc Perdue’s Bobcat West Coast Red Ale, and Kelly’s Contraption New World Hefeweizen – are available now at retail outlets, bars and restaurants throughout Ontario.