Cowbell Brewing will open its doors to the village of Blyth on 5th August, ahead of its official opening two days later.

“Cowbell is unlike anything in Canada,” says Grant Sparling, vice President & general manager.

He added: “My family and I are grateful for the opportunity to be one part of the courageous renewal in Blyth and the economic development underway across Huron County. These are exciting times.”

The 26,000 square foot brewery is located just south of Blyth on 111-acres at the corner of Highways 4 and 25.

It features an authentic 19th century barn architecture and soaring ceilings that will house self-guided brewery tours, local farm to table fare in the restaurant and on the verandah, wood fired pizza and beer.

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.

Cowbell prides itself on being an environmentally responsible company, featuring the world’s first closed loop brewing system and Cowbell will be North America’s first carbon neutral brewery.

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