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Brewski Beer Festival - Apex Resort

Brewski Craft Beer Festival Returns to Apex Mountain Resort


An Apex Mountain Resort Craft Beer, Cider and Spirits Festival

Brewski Beer Festival - Apex ResortThe Gunbarrel Saloon at Apex Mountain Resort is the venue for the 2nd Annual Apex Brewski event on Feb. 14th. “Brewski, a celebration of craft beer, cider and spirits, is a great fit with the Apex après ski vibe. It is the perfect event for those interested in sampling these flavourful, hand-crafted beverages and visiting the mountains, whether they are here to ski, board, snowshoe, or just breathe in the fresh winter air”.

“Last season, locals and visitors alike told us that our first annual Brewski event was one of the best events ever held at Apex. Because the event sold out well in advance last year, we have expanded the event this year to give more people the chance to experience this unique festival of flavour! The expanded event will now be held throughout the entire Gunbarrel Saloon & Restaurant and will feature 18 new and returning craft breweries, cideries and distilleries. In perfect combination with these craft beverages, we have delicious appetizers from the Gunbarrel Saloon and live entertainment from Victoria-based Towers and Trees, who rocked the house last year!” explained Emily Childs, Apex Events Manager.

The craft beverage providers participating this year are: Bad Tattoo Brewing (Penticton), Barley Mill (Penticton), Cannery Brewing (Penticton), Dubh Glas Distillery (Oliver), Firehall Brewery (Oliver), Legend Distilling (Naramata), Maple Leaf Spirits (Penticton), Mt. Begbie (Revelstoke), Okanagan Spirits (Vernon), Old Order Distilling (Penticton), Parallel 49 Brewing (Vancouver), Phillips Brewing (Victoria), Prohibition Brewing (Kelowna), Rustic Roots Cider (Cawston), Summerland Heritage Cider (Summerland), Tin Whistle Brewing (Penticton), Tree Brewing (Kelowna) and Twisted Hills Cider (Cawston).
The Brewski event runs from 6 – 9pm with a special after party from 9pm – midnight at the Gunbarrel Saloon & Restaurant. Tickets are $35 and available online at Included in the ticket price are 8 beverage tokens, hot and cold appetizers provided by the Gunbarrel, and entry to the after party featuring live entertainment by Towers & Trees.

Shuttle options from Penticton are available. Shuttle seats must be booked in advance via The Coconut Express. For more info, visit

The 2nd annual Apex Brewski event on Feb. 14th, also happens to be Valentine’s Day, so why not bring your sweetheart and make a weekend of it! Come spend the whole weekend at Apex. Accommodation specials are available with Apex Mountain Inn and Apex Accommodations. Contact Apex Mountain Inn (1-800-387-2739) or Apex Accommodations (1-866-273-9737), and quote ‘Apex Brewski’ at the time of booking to receive the discount, new bookings only.
As an added bonus, show your Brewski event ticket and receive a 25% discount off an Adult day pass on Feb. 14, 15 or 16th.

There are limited tickets available for this event and it will sell out. To purchase your Brewski tickets visit For more information, visit or contact Emily at moc.troserxepaobfsctd@ylimE.

See you on the slopes!


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