STOUT IS BACK !

Our traditional Dry Irish Stout is back on tap again. Poured with nitrogen for that delicious thick head on top.
mmmmmmm Stout !

Kombucha now available!

Brewed right here.

WINTER SPICED ALE

"Damons Welly Warmer" Now on Tap.

Traditional Wassail
The word wassail comes from Old English was hál, related to the Anglo-Saxon greeting wes þú hál , meaning "be you hale"—i.e., "be healthful" or "be healthy".
Wassail is a hot, mulled punch often associated with Yuletide drunk from a 'wassailing bowl'

Here's a little ditty to sign when toasting your friends with a Welly Warmer; The Gloucestershire Wassail is a traditional carol dating back to the Middle Ages

Wassail! wassail! all over the town,
Our toast it is white and our ale it is brown;
Our bowl it is made of the white maple tree;
With the wassailing bowl, we'll drink unto thee.

A malty red ale with mulled wine spices. Ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, cloves and honey. Medium bitterness.
7% abv $5.75 sleeves

Cold Brew Nitro Coffee Now on Tap

Now for the first time in Salmon Arm . Barley Station Cold Brew Nitro Coffee. Brewed from Wild "Frog Friendly" Coffee roasted right here in Canoe. and served on tap. The nitrogen produces a delicious creamy head that adds to the flavour of the coffee. Try it today for the first time today at the Barley Station Brew Pub.
"Always Brewing something Great"

Beer Soap (Not on a Rope)

Handcrafted Beer Soap made with our very own Beer!
The beer soaps begin with a blend of olive, coconut, and sustainably harvested palm oil, which create a long lasting, moisturizing bar with great lather. Next comes the beer, which isn't just a fun ingredient, it actually serves a purpose by adding skin care benefits. Beer is made with hops, which are known to soothe irritated skin, contain skin softening amino acids, and antibacterial polyphenols. The beer also adds to the lather, these soaps are more sudsy than ones made with water. You can even use the soap as a shampoo bar. Last comes the supporting cast. Only pure essential oils are used to add fragrance and the fragrance choices are inspired by the beer itself. Other add-ins are all natural and used to add texture and colour to the soap -- hops, spent grain, oats, dried orange peel, and dried herbs.
Choose from Station House Blonde, Canoe Creek Pilsner, Bushwacker Brown, Sam McGuires Pale Ale or Talking Dog Wit

Only $6.00 each or buy the "Sample Pack" (all 5 flavours) for $27.00 and save $3.00

Available at the Pub - $6.00 each

Join the Growler Club – It’s FREE to join

For those of you who don't know what a Growler is, it is a re-fillable bottle that you purchase and bring back into the pub for refills of your favourite Barley Station Beer. Growlers come in many forms but are usually 1.89 litres or 64 oz. glass bottles. We have a great selection of Growlers here including the Stanley Growler which has been reviewed as the best Growler in the market for keeping beer fresh and cold. We also have insulated and non insulted Growlers all at various prices so everyone can afford their own personal Growler. Once you own a Growler it is very important that you treat it with respect and clean it well immediately after use. Otherwise a nasty bacteria can start to grow which really doesn't do the flavour of your next beer any good. So always clean your Growler after each use.
Growler Club members also get the opportunity to purchase seasonal beers not usually sold for off sale. For a limited time now if you purchase a insulated Growler with a stainless cup you will get 10% off your fill (at time of purchase).
Oh and one more thing - there really is such a thing as Free Beer ! When you join the Club you get a punch card (that we keep here) which after your 10th refill gets you the next refill FREE ! How great is that? So come on in, buy a Growler , join the Growler Club and you are on your way to enjoying great locally made craft beer everyday.

Cask Beer – July 1st

Canada Day Cask Beer ! Celebrate Canada Day at the Barley Station. Join us at 4 pm when we will be tapping BC's first Haskap Beer!

GOLD MEDAL AT CANADIAN BREWING AWARDS

Our Bushwacker Brown Ale recently won a Gold Medal at the Canadian Brewing Awards held recently in Vancouver. Congratulations to our Brewer, Damon for brewing outstanding beer.

The Canadian Brewing Awards is the premiere competition for judging the quality of Canadian brewed beer/cider and the only truly national competition that invites breweries and cideries of all sizes from across the country to compete in a blind tasting to determine who produces the best beer/cider in a variety of style categories

Sixty Five Roses Honey Red Ale – SOLD OUT !

This very special beer has been brewed exclusively for our Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser. The Barley Station will be donating 20% of profits to the Kelowna chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada. We will be producing a limited quantity of this beer and packaging it in cans for sale. (Date of this release to come).
A dark red medium bodied beer with a touch of sweetness from the honey this beer is perfectly suited to any item on our menu.

Seasonal Beer

We try to keep seasonal beers on tap throughout the year but are often running out of tank space so there may be a period of time when we are waiting for the next Beer to come on. Please ask your server if we have a seasonal on tap when you are here.

Raspberry Ale Coming Soon !

Beers - Barley Station Brew Pub