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Never go on a friday. We did the 2.30 pm tour. You meet in the gift shop and from there you go outside and around to the Plant where the beer is actually made. There was a couple of elderly people on our tour and...More
The brewery tour was very informative and interesting. Our guide Ally knew her stuff and had lots of details and the business. Well worth the few dollars. They also had great stuff in the gift shop not to forget the tasty samples after the tour.
A small brewery. They had a senior day special, $3, not worth $10 in my opinion. Big vats and tanks, the only action was watching cans on a conveyor belt. Maybe they should add loading trucks for more action? Not a beer drinker, but my...More
Save your money. We have been many times before. Now no bottling plant which was fascinating. We did a lot of walking and stairs to see not much. The canning part of the plant wasn't working when we were there. After we got back to...More
We really enjoyed the brewery tour two weeks ago! The guide was very knowledgeable and watching the bottles go around the line was awesome! We also loved the reel of the old school Kokanee commercials from the 90's with our beer tasting at the end....More
After all of the trips to Creston, British Columbia, in August we decided that we should do the tour at the Columbia Brewery. The tour lasted about 45 minutes and included from start to bottling/canning of beer - i.e. heating, add the hopes, cooling, fermenting,...More
Recommended by a friend to visit the brewery here for a tour. Tour cost is $5 per person which is not bad. Learnt some interesting facts about the brewing process etc. Husband does not drink alcohol and was impressed that they also had non alcoholic...More
During the tour we were able to view all stages of production. For a large operation this meant a fair bit of walking but we found it made for a good roadside stop and stretch.
The tour was detailed although not really with interesting facts...More