Restaurant

Cowbell Brewing Co.

21 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Therese
Therese
June 7, 2021
Blyth: Awesome brewery with guided tour, great food and a wood fired pizza oven. small or large gatherings.
Mitch&Roxanne
Mitch&Roxanne
May 3, 2021
Great local brewery.
Hannah
Hannah
June 30, 2021
Check out the famous Cowbell Brewing for more great local eats and craft beer!
Shannon & Dan
Shannon & Dan
June 21, 2021
If making the trip to Cowbell we recommend calling ahead for reservations. This is a very popular spot and often has long wait times if you show up without making a reservation.
Blair & Courtney
Blair & Courtney
July 30, 2021
Local brews, check out this local favourite!

Places to stay nearby

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Suite #1 : Three Sister's Boutique Hotel in Blyth
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The Carriage House Suites - the North Suite
SUPERHOST
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Suite #3 Three Sisters Boutique Hotel in Blyth
SUPERHOST
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  2. 2 beds
Suite #2 Three Sisters Boutique Hotel in Blyth

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Location
40035 Blyth Rd
Blyth, ON N0M 1H0
Phone(844) 523-4724