New brewery opens doors today in Kelowna

Vice &Virtue Brewing Co. is the latest business to open at the north-end of Richter Street

The north-end of Richter Street is certainly becoming the latest hot spot in Kelowna.

Vice & Virtue Brewing opens their doors today, Wednesday, in the area that could well-be known as the ‘brewing district’ as it neighbours Kettle Valley Brewing, Red Bird Brewery, and Tree Brewing.

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The new brewery offers beers made by head brewer James Windsor, local ciders and wines, and a small food menu by chef Nelson Daniels.

A soft opening took place over the weekend with a few beer lovers in attendance trying out the White Lie Pilsner, the Love Potion Raspberry Berliner Vice, the Giver Pale Ale and the Homewrecker NEIPA.

Doors open at 3 p.m. and close at 10 p.m.


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