Huron County Local Craft Beer

COWBELL BREWING Co.: Craft Beer that Rings True

The Editors
Written by The Editors

This destination craft brewery is a true showstopper. Opened in 2017, it has garnered rave reviews for its family-friendly and ecologically-sustainable farm setting, stunning architecture, local farm-to-table menu choices, and impressive range of great craft beers. 

The Scene

Cowbell Kitchen Restaurant

Take a guided or self-guided tour and enjoy unobstructed views of almost everything, including the state-of-the-art brewhouse. The 26,000-square-foot venue also features a restaurant and taproom, with indoor and outdoor seating and unique event and private dining rooms. The restaurant sits centre in the expansive stone and wood barn-style facility. Other elements include an open kitchen, a stone fireplace, a wood-fired pizza oven and an enormous screen for special events. A retail space sells beer in cans, growlers and kegs, as well as Cowbell gear, kitchen items, beer-inspired candles and chocolates, with a focus on locally-produced merchandise.

Highlights

Inspired Architecture

Guests at Doc’s Bar sit directly in front of the elevated Cowbell brewhouse — an outstanding vantage point serving a variety of taps. Cowbell creates exceptional beer recipes using highest quality, globally-sourced ingredients. Beers on offer include six stalwart Founders’ Series beers: a Country Kolsch, a West Coast Red Ale, a New World Hefeweizen, an IPA, a Nitro Oatmeal Stout, and a Honey Brown Ale. The talented brewery team further express courage and creativity with small batch limited releases in the Renegade, Farm Feature, and Homestead Series.

The Feast ON™-certified restaurant at Cowbell Brewing is about fresh, local, and fun. The Cowbell team works with like-minded local producers to create delicious appetizers, shared plates, burgers, wood-fired pizza and housemade desserts. Recommendations include a Cowbell exclusive: Huron County Smoked Chop, Metzger’s 12 oz bone-in pork chop with roasted garlic fingerling potatoes, seasonal vegetable & blackberry demi jus.

Craft Brewery & Local Farm-to-Table Dining

40035 Blyth Rd, Blyth 

(Hwy 25)

844-523-4724

HOURS:
SUN–THURS 11 am–9 pm
FRI & SAT 11 am–11 pm

cowbellbrewing.com

Closed-Loop, Carbon Neutral

Beer Flights and Tours Available

Retail Store with Brewery Swag, 

Kegs, Growlers & Cans To Go

Private Rooms Available

Indoor & Outdoor Seating 

Gluten & Dairy Free, Vegan Options

Exclusive Huron County Smoked Chop

 

Meet the Founders!

 

Work Hard. Shindig Harder.