Station House Blonde Ale

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.

Bronze - Canadian Brewing Awards (2013)
S.G.
1.048
I.B.U.
14
A.B.V.
5.1%

Sam McGuire’s Pale Ale

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.

Winner of the best ale award - 2008 Okanagan Fest-of-Ale
S.G.
1.054
I.B.U.
45
A.B.V.
4.6%

Canoe Creek Pilsner

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.

S.G.
1.045
I.B.U.
27
A.B.V.
5.1%

Talking Dog Wit Beer

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)

S.G.
1.046
I.B.U.
10
A.B.V.
4.8%

Bushwacker Brown Ale

This brown ale is styled after the great southern English brown ales. It has a wonderfully complex malt character from the use of nine different specialty malts from England, Belgium and Canada. A chocolatey flavour with nutty undertones. Excellent with full-flavoured foods.

Gold - Canadian Brewing Awards (2016)
S.G.
1.047
I.B.U.
16
A.B.V.
5.2%
Beers - Barley Station Brew Pub