The Cowbell Brewery

We are grateful for the opportunity to build a beautiful, unique, destination craft brewery from the ground up — tailoring the entire 111-acre space to our vision and our values. Guests will be greeted with enthusiasm in authentic, rural Grand Old Barn architecture, and experience a state-of-the-art brewing and packaging facility, local farm-to-table restaurant, wood-fired pizza oven and a unique bar venue serving fresh Cowbell beer, craft sodas, and nitro coffees.

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One-of-a-kind Experience


Guest Experience options include self-guided catwalk tours available in multiple languages and VIP Tours by reservation. For the full “Country Cool” experience, we also offer audio tours in Southern (English)!

Beautiful Event Spaces


Cowbell is your ideal year-round venue for any event. For business conferences, family reunions, weddings, team events, or one-of-a-kind celebrations, count on a truly memorable experience.

Carbon-Neutral Brewery


We operate a closed-loop brewery and an on-site carbon sequestration initiative with verified performance. Cowbell's actions confirm a commitment to great beer and a truly environmentally friendly facility.

Bookable Spaces

Reserve space for a private event in one of Cowbell’s five unique, family-friendly areas. Each space is accessible, and may be configured to best suit your Guests and your event. WiFi is available throughout the venue. Event space is available at no charge when your food and beverage event is catered by Cowbell Kitchen.

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Cowbell Kitchen - Restaurant

Cowbell’s Huron County location is a fertile farming area historically referred to as “The Empire’s Breadbasket.” Our team works with like-minded local farmers, producers and suppliers to create fresh and fun appetizers, shared plates, and wood-fired pizza. Eat, drink and enjoy at any of Cowbell’s interesting venues. Menu changes seasonally.

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The story of Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co.

Now open

Located at the corner of Highways 4 and 25, in Blyth, Ontario, Cowbell is a unique destination craft brewery. It is unlike anything else in Canada.

Grant Sparling and his sons, Steven and David, built Sparling’s Propane, which grew to be one of the largest propane retailers in Canada before it was sold to a national energy company. Taking this business expertise into craft brewing means that Steven, David, and the third generation, Grant, lead an ambitious team that is committed to outstanding beer and memorable experiences at a 111-acre destination brewery. This includes a state-of-the-art 50HL closed-loop brewhouse with indoor and outdoor seating for over 400 and private dining and meeting spaces.

Plans include building an Estate Beer brewhouse that will use fruit and vegetables from an accessible restaurant garden, a working farm complete with barley, hops, and an orchard. We will also complete construction of a unique outdoor natural amphitheatre for live music, culture, and athletic events, with space for 15,000 people. Performer and Guest experience, sound travel, parking and accessibility are integral to the design of this unique, year-round entertainment venue at The Cowbell Farm.

Graphic of Direction Sign to Blyth

Our Commitment To The Environment And Our Community


Home to the World’s First Closed-Loop Brewery

Working around the limitations of a small town water supply, Cowbell sources brewing water from an on-site well and manages all effluent through its own wastewater plant - resulting in no impact on the municipal system or the environment.

Source: Burnside Engineering

North America's First Carbon Neutral Brewery

Through leading edge design, state-of-the-art technology, best practices and on-site carbon sequestration, Cowbell will offset more carbon than it emits for all operations.

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World's First Craft Brewery to use Rectification Boil Technology

Inspired by stack technology used by Scotch Whiskey distilleries, this Cowbell innovation will dramatically reduce boil time, energy consumption and increase beer production.

Source: Newlands

Canada's First Design Build Destination Brewery

The brewery is built on 111-acres and 26,000 square feet of space. Guests can enjoy tours, tastings, a retail store, a full-service bar, restaurant, indoor/outdoor seating, and entertainment/event space. Plans include a restaurant garden and working farm in 2018.

Source: Allan Avis Architects

Largest timber frame building and widest clear span building constructed by Pineridge Timberframe

The brewery features authentic mortise and tenon joint construction using over 600 renewably-sourced timbers from British Columbia, some weighing over two tons, and a building highlighted by soaring 45-foot ceilings.

Source: Pineridge Timberframe Inc.

Address

40035 Blyth Rd.
Blyth, ON N0M 1H0

(Intersection of HWY 4 and 25)

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Hours

Cowbell Kitchen - 226-909-0066

Sunday to Thursday – 11:00am to 8:00pm

Friday to Saturday – 11:00am to 11:00pm

General Store

Sunday to Saturday – 10:00am to 8:00pm

Business Office - 519-523-4724

Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 5:00pm

Only Closed Christmas Day