Cowbell Brewing ushers in a new era
A conversation about the Huron County beer scene can’t take place without first discussing Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company. While the company may not have been the first with its stakes in the ground, it has certainly emerged as the local brewery with the most expansive reach. The beer is now available in LCBO stores and the Cowbell team has developed a destination experience in Blyth that has brought hundreds of thousands to the village since it opened in 2017.
While the destination brewery opened in the summer of 2017, Cowbell beer was in the hands of consumers months earlier, beginning with its flagship beer, Absent Landlord, the first of six beers in the Founders’ Series. The company would go on to add another two mainstay beers independent of the Founders’ Series, the popular Shindig and the new Gravel Run, as well as a
monthly cycle of experimental beers in its Renegade Series, some of which are available on tap or in growlers and cans at the brewery or through Cowbell’s online shop.
A reservation-only format will allow for time and physical distancing between guest arrivals and departures. Physical distancing guidelines, rigorous sanitizing protocols and staff health and safety procedures have been implemented to keep everyone safe.
When you book your reservation, you will receive an e-mail with clear instructions on how to enjoy your time at the Cowbell Farm.
Curbside pick-up and contactless delivery are popular options that will remain part of the operations for the foreseeable future.
For more information, visit its website at cowbellbrewing.com.