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Kootenay Breweries

Angry Hen Brewing Co.
343 Front St., Kaslo

Kaslo’s brand new craft brewery has a welcoming tasting room with a view of Kootenay Lake. Sample brewer Shirley Warne’s beers there or fill a growler or crowler.

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Arrowhead Brewing Company
481 Arrow Rd., Invermere

One of the province’s most distinctive tasting rooms mixes a vintage garage vibe with comfy seating, a welcoming atmosphere and a range of inventive beer.

(778) 526-2739
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Backroads Brewing Company
460 Baker St., Nelson

Nelson’s newest brewery stands out with a rustic-but-cosy beer hall vibe. Also: they’re the only brewery around with a beer called Squiffinator.

(778) 463-3361
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Fernie Brewing Company
26 Manitou Rd., Fernie

Many people come to Fernie for its legendary powder, then never leave. That’s testament to the year-round attractions this Rocky Mountain town offers, which include its long-established brewery that boasts one of the most varied and delicious beer lineups east of Vancouver.

(250) 423-7797
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Fisher Peak Brewing Company
821 Baker St., Cranbrook

There’s gold in them thar Kootenays… and amber, copper, brown and black. Find all of Fisher Peak’s offerings at the Heid Out restaurant, and in cans at local liquor stores.

(250) 426-7922
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Mt Begbie Brewing Co.
2155 Oak Dr., Revelstoke

After opening its new brewery last year, Mt. Begbie Brewing promptly won Brewery of the Year at the Canadian Brewing Awards. Now, it has finally opened its comfortable on-site tasting room, which features some experimental, single-batch beers alongside tapas-style appetizers.

(250) 837-2756
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Nelson Brewing Company
512 Latimer St., Nelson

The organic brewery that began it all in Nelson is still turning out award-winning beers, year after year.

(250) 352-3582
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Over Time Beer Works
136A Wallinger Ave., Kimberley

You’ll have to head to Kimberley if you want to try their small-batch beers brewed in Canada’s highest town – I’m pretty sure they mean elevation…

1-250-427-2426
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Rossland Beer Company
1990A Columbia Ave., Rossland

Rossland brags about being one of the best places in the world to bike and enjoy winter sports—now they can brag about their brewery too.

(250) 362-2122
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Torchlight Brewing Co.
125 Hall St., Nelson

In addition to its diverse range of beers, Torchlight also produces its own craft sodas, syrups and bitters for cocktails and mixing with soda water.

(604) 483-2111
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Trail Beer Refinery
1299 Bay Ave., Trail

Trail’s brewery has a gorgeous tap room with a full restaurant. The decor incorporates old wood, brick, and reclaimed industrial elements. There’s even an indoor bocce court.

(250) 717-1091
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Whitetooth Brewing Company
623 8th Ave. N., Golden

Whitetooth embraces the Golden lifestyle in the most delicious way, sponsoring local and touring events and offering an alluring range of après beers.

(250) 344-2838
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