This popular brewpub is much more than just another roadside attraction.
Designed to resemble a heritage train station, and surrounded by an abundant and colourful flower garden, this brewpub is situated right next to the busy Trans-Canada Highway, making it a welcome sight for sore eyes (and rumbling stomachs) on the long drive to or from the BC coast. Anyone who stops in for a bite and a beer will be more than pleasantly surprised by what they find. The kitchen is top-notch and the beer is excellent — so good, in fact, that this small local brewery has won some significant awards, including a gold medal at the Canadian Brewing Awards. And if you’re lucky enough to be staying in the beautiful Shuswap Lake region, you can drop by more than once and perhaps fill a growler to take some beer with you.
The Barley Station donates 10 cents from every sleeve of Shuswap Trail IPA bought at the pub to the Salmon Arm Trail Alliance. The brewpub owners are very proud of the work the many volunteers do to make Salmon Arm a destination for outdoor enthusiasts locally and from all over the globe. They like to think that the Trail Head starts and finishes right there at the Barley Station Brew Pub.
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