Our seasonal Marzen Beer is back just in time for Oktoberfest here at the Barley Station.
The Belgian-style dubbel ranges from brown to very dark in color. They have a malty sweetness and can have cocoa and caramel aromas and flavors. Hop bitterness is medium-low to medium. Yeast-generated fruity esters (especially banana) can be apparent. Often bottle-conditioned, a slight yeast haze and flavor may be evident. “Dubbel” meaning “double,” this beer is still not so big in intensity as to surpass the Belgian-style quadrupel that is often considered its sibling.
Our ever popular Raspberry Blonde Ale will be back next spring for a limited time only.
The Barley Station Brew Pub in Salmon Arm is once again pouring Sixty Five Roses Honey Red Ale. This will be the 6th year the local brewpub has brewed this very special beer and with it donates 20% of sales to Cystic Fibrosis. Brewed with local Honey from Sweet Acres Apiaries in Tappen. The beer is sold in 6 packs, growlers and of course in the pub on tap.
A very limited run of this popular beer is available only at the Barley Station Brew Pub in Salmon Arm.
Now available in cans.
Last year we raised over $1200.00 for Cystic Fibrosis Research
Damon has once again brewed up this dry Irish Stout and people love it! You owe it to yourself to come in and try it. Simply delicious.
- 5 %
Everyone is loving our new IPA. Introduced at the 2019 Trail Alliance Fundraiser this beautifully balanced IPA was hit right from the start.
The Barley Station is going to donate .10 cents from every sleeve of IPA bought here in the pub to the Salmon Arm Trail Alliance. This is another way the Barley Station gives back to the community and we are very proud of the work the many volunteers do to make Salmon Arm a destination for outdoor enthusiasts locally and from all over the globe. We like to think that the Trail head starts and finishes right here at the Barley Station Brew Pub. We hope you do to.
This refreshing beer emulates the large lager breweries of North America. Lightly hopped and brewed with the finest ingredients, Station House Blonde Ale has quickly become an everyday favourite. As clean and clear as a summer day in the Shuswap.
This Pacific Northwest style pale ale is full flavoured all the way. A big bodied beer with huge hops throughout. Five different malts and five different hops added at five different stages throughout the boil to create a wonderfully fruity flowery aroma.
** Awarded a Bronze Medal at the 2022 Canadian Brewing Awards !
This traditional continental style Pilsner is brewed exclusively with organic Pilsner malt from Western Canada. Malted in Armstrong, BC the use of German hops produce a wonderfully unique and flavourful lager. The freshness of the hops helps to stimulate the palate for the meal to come.
This Belgian style ale is the fruit cocktail of the beer world. Its wonderfully fresh aroma is created from the use of coriander and orange rind placed in the boil. The cloudy appearance is a result of the use of locally grown winter wheat. Enjoy! (Great with Seafood)