2019 Brewers Line Up

Enjoy  craft beer and cider from  70 BC based breweries and cideries at the 2019 Okanagan Fest of Ale!  Of the participating breweries, 15 are new to the event, 6 will be featuring craft cider,  and many will be offering new seasonal releases, collaborations and beers created especially for the festival.  The group is a nicely balanced mix of returning favourites, new, and soon to be up and running breweries from neighbourhoods across the province and we can’t wait to welcome them to the Okanagan Fest of Ale  in Penticton April  12 & 13, 2019.

Make you plan to join us today – pick your tickets up in person at the Valley First Box office at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton or online at ValleyFirstTix.com Single Day Admission $29; Weekend Pass $49; Check out our  Sip & Stay Packages from $125/couple.

Participating Breweries/Cideries

4 Mile Brewing Co. – Victoria
Angry Hen Brewing Co.- Kaslo  New
Bad Tattoo Brewing Company – Penticton
Barley Mill Brew Pub – Penticton
BC Tree Fruits Cider Co – Kelowna
BNA Brewing Co. – Kelowna
Bomber Brewing – Vancouver
Boundary Brewing Co- Kelowna
Cannery Brewing – Penticton
Category 12 Brewing – Saanich
Coal Harbour Brewing – Vancouver
Crannóg Ales – Sorrento
CrossRoads Brewing – Prince George
Dead Frog Brewery – Langley
Detonate Brewing Company – Summerland
Driftwood Brewery – Victoria
Elevation 57 Brewing Co- Big White
Fernie Brewing Company – Fernie
Firehall Brewery – Oliver
Foamers’ Folly Brewing Co – Pitt Meadows
Four Winds Brewing Co. – Delta
Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks – Richmond
Hatchery Brewing – Penticton  New
Highway 97 Brewing Company – Penticton
Howe Sound Brewing – Squamish
Howling Moon Craft Cider – Oliver
Hoyne Brewing Co.- Victoria
Iron Road Brewing – Kamloops  New
Kettle River Brewing Company – Kelowna
Lighthouse Brewing – Victoria
Luppolo Brewing – Vancouver
Mariner Brewing Company- Coquitlam
Marten Brewing – Vernon
Merridale Cidery – Cobble Hill  New
Mighty Peace Brewing – Fort St. John  New
Moody Ales – Port Moody
Moon Under Water Brewery – Victoria
Mt Begbie Brewing Co – Revelstoke
Naramata Cider Co- Naramata
Neighbourhood Brewing – Penticton  New
Nelson Brewing Company – Nelson
Northpaw Brewing – Port Coquitlam  New
Parallel 49 Brewing Company – Vancouver
Parkside Brewery – Port Moody
Persephone Brewing Co. – Gibsons
Phillips Brewing & Malting Co – Victoria
Powell Brewery – Vancouver
R&B Brewing – Vancouver
Ravens Brewing Company – Abbotsford
Red Bird Brewing – Kelowna  New
Red Collar Brewing – Kamloops
Red Racer Brewing – Surrey
Salt Spring Island Ales – Salt Spring Island  New
Spinnakers –Victoria
Steamworks Brewing Co. – Burnaby
Steel & Oak Brewing Co. – New Westminster
Strange Fellows Brewing – Vancouver
Strathcona Beer Company – Vancouver  New
Summerland Heritage Cider Co. – Summerland
The Beer Farmers – Pemberton  New
Tin Whistle Brewery – Penticton
Tofino Brewing Co – Tofino  New
Torchlight Brewing Co – Nelson
Trench Brewing & Distilling – Prince George New
Twin Sails Brewing – Port Moody
Vancouver Island Brewing – Victoria
Wards Cider – Kelowna
Wild Ambition Brewing – Kelowna  New
Whitetooth Brewing Company – Golden
Yellow Dog Brewing – Port Moody

Be sure to check out the Okanagan Fest of Ale venue listing on Untappd.  We will be updating the list with the beers and ciders being showcased at the event as the information becomes available.


Operating as a non-profit society, and managed by a Volunteer Board of Directors, the Okanagan Fest of Ale Society hosts an annual Consumer Craft Beer Festival that functions to support and promote the growing craft beer industry, enhance local tourism, and donate to charitable organizations within the South Okanagan Similkameen region. Since its inception, $697,660 in net proceeds has been gifted back to qualifying registered charities and other not-for-profit societies.