Tin Whistle
Brewing

EST. 1995 | Penticton

The Okanagan’s original brewery is still going strong more than 20 years later.

Tin Whistle kicked off the craft beer movement in the Okanagan Valley when it opened in 1995. This family-owned-and-operated business was named after a locomotive on the Kettle Valley Railway, which operated throughout the Thompson-Okanagan region for years before being converted into a hiking/biking trail. Tin Whistle focuses on using local ingredients such as fruits and berries in many of its beers, including the award-winning Stag Apple Scotch Ale and two different beers made with local peaches. In 2015, the brewery moved into a bigger space at the Cannery Trade Centre, allowing for more growth and an expanded “tasting den.”

Contact

Features

Beer Service

  • Growler Fills
    Growler & Growler Fills Available
  • Retail
    Cans and/or bottles available for purchase
  • Samples & Flights
    4oz samples available

Experience

  • Family Friendly
    you can bring the kids
  • Has Tours
    offers guided tours of their facility

What Else?

  • Barrels
    Barrel-aged beer production
  • Merchandise
    shirts, hats available for sale
Fun Fact:

Tin Whistle has a miniature locomotive on display in the brewhouse. Ask to see it — it’s the perfect spot for a selfie.

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