Invermere Beer Guide: Your Invermere guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Invermere

62 /100 481 ARROW ROAD
“Sort of a barn thing going on? Dunno. I made a quick stop, had a flight of beers that was hit-or-miss. It's in an industrial zone on the edge of town, ten minutes from Radium Brewing. Not a bad stop, but I've always found Arrowsmith beers hit or miss and this recent visit didn't change my impression.“
Oakes 277 days ago
66 /100 481 ARROW ROAD
“A quirky big brewery right off the highway just before you get into Invermere proper. Lots of memorabilia on the walls, nice little interior and several large picnic tables on the outside. Fun music of the 90's blaring from the stereo, and flights of 5... the 3 "mandatory" beers they note on their menu aren't really mandatory unless you're humming and hawwing and holding up the line. Beers are sadly not too spectacular - adequate at best, maybe one memorable one on my visit. I was hoping for more, and it wasn't too bad a level of quality, it might just be a stop out of curiousity more than desire.“
DeanF 380 days ago
72 /100 481 ARROW ROAD
“On your way if you're driving up 93...but definitely out of your way if coming from Banff and Kootenay NP's. But then again...if you are exploring those parks...not that hard to plan a lunch and some beers here. The town itself is not exceptional...unless you count the bighorn sheep that hangout in that's kinda cool..although they can slow traffic down with picture takers. Arrowhead isn't particularly unique from the outside...but once's a special place. The decor is very cool and at times irreverent (checkout the blonde bombshell and the sombrero girl in heels with six-shooter) ...and I absolutely love it. There are antiques and military and western examples of artifacts or just copifacts...either can take some great pictures in here. Some catchy t-shirts you might like too. The staff was very cool when I visited...took care of me nicely. I did a couple of flights of most of their beers...found some good...some average...and maybe a couple overall...a great experience visit-wise...but maybe just a little bit above average from a craftbeer standpoint. I recommend a visit if passing thru...but not a destination brewery.“
PRBeer 914 days ago
74 /100 1701 6TH AVENUE
“This is a really nice pub/restaurant overlooking Kinsmen Beach. We came by for lunch to find they have 19 taps of mostly local craft brews on offer. The venue is one large room with a patio overlooking the beach/lake. The food we had was excellent as was the service. Certainly worth a visit if in town.“
dmarsha4 1809 days ago
74 /100 481 ARROW ROAD
“I liked this place. It had a nice 50s/60s Rock'n'Roll sort of theme in a barn style building next door to a supermarket in a semi-industrial part of town. They don't do food other than basic snacks. The main reason for visiting is of course the beer which is very good. They have about a dozen taps of their own plus a guest cider. There's also some of their own brews in bottles only. Service was good when we visited, music choice suitable and not too loud. All up a nice joint to throw back a few and good value too.“
dmarsha4 1809 days ago
70 /100 481 ARROW ROAD
“A pretty new brewery close to the main North South highway. Serving 7 beers available as a flight. Decent beers. Worth a stop if you are in the neighborhood.“
Iphonephan 2952 days ago
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