Founded by Simon Welton, a Canadian resident for 15 years, Welton Brewery aims to combine his UK roots with his Canadian experience to create beer that reflects the flavours of his heritage mixed with the local ingredients of his Canadian home. We also promise the craft beer is cold.
Simon is also soon to open a downtown location which will host all of Welton Brewery's fantastic craft beer and also provide the most authentic fish and chips in Kelowna.
The Welton Arms will be open very soon.
A munich malt ale made with wormwood and juniper that is deliciously crushable.
A smooth lager with hazelnut and vanilla coffee that is refreshing and invigorating in equal measures.
Named after the seaside town of North Wales. Rhyl raspberry ale delivers a burst of sunshine that the luckiest of holiday makers will earn on a weekend trip to Rhyl. Using BC raspberries and english malts this ale will please all comers.
Our IPA that borrows a lot from our Not so New England IPA but comes in at a manageable 4.5% and offers some beautiful juicy hop notes that you don't want to miss.
Our copyright non-infringing butterscotch ale reminiscent of the one described in a beloved children's series that is close to our hearts. This beer will capture as many imaginations as the books that inspired it.
A chocolate and cream flavored porter that is as silky smooth as a David Beckham free kick
Named after my hometown, this beer I'm proud to associate with my birthplace. A well rounded and classic English bitter made with caramel malts and torrified wheat.
A smooth and gently hopped light coloured ale that combines a gentle mouth feel with subtle caramel notes.
A Berliner weisse at heart but with some English malts and English water profile to at least give it some distinctive english characteristics. Passion fruit is added late for burst of fresh fruit flavour!
The first of our experimental heritage ales. This medieval recipe combines eggs and flour to create yeast that was captured under a local peach tree. It will be sour, complex and highly unusual. Unless you're a 15th century West country peasant.
An English IPA that compares with a west coast IPA that has been introduced to some sweeter caramel notes. Not for everyone, definitely for hop heads.
A challenging and complex stout that takes no prisoners and packs a heavy punch. This beer is not a lightweight so approach with an abundance of caution.
A smooth and sessionable dark ale in the tradition of English mild's. A style that was extremely popular until the 1970's when European lagers invaded and stole it's market share. It's poised for a comeback. A delicious and refreshing return.
It's fruity, biscuity, it's delicious, what more could you possibly ask for?