We are a small batch brewery located in the heart of Picton, Prince Edward County. With a massive beer garden, wood fired pizza oven – we are the perfect mid ride stop!
BgB is the “BREWING WING” of JACKS Gastropub. BgB is committed to creating unique, small batch beers which all have a tasteful story to tell as a result of the local ingredients purveyed in our brewing practices.
Located at both JACKS Gastropub, 31 Division and at 15 Main Street (opening SEPT ’18) where Banded Goose Brewing Co will house our new Brewery, Taproom, Coffee Lounge and accommodations.
Join us for our Brewery Slow Rides as we explore the shore of Essex County.
Nestled halfway between Ottawa and Montreal, in the quaint village of Vankleek Hill, you’ll find Beau’s All Natural Brewery! Quench your thirst with one of our award winning beers while enjoying our open air patio. Brewery Tours and Tastings are free.
BRB offers cold and refreshing craft beer – brewed on site, wine and delicious food items. Pulled Pork loaded nachos are our favourite and they go with everything. We have a spacious tap room and heated outside patio. Everyone is welcome. Cheers!
Bench Brewing Company is proudly situated in the benchlands of the Niagara Escarpment. Home to Ontario’s finest agricultural lands, our farmhouse approach to craft brewing will capture the unique terroir of the region just as it does for wine. Breathing new life into the historic Maple Grove Schoolhouse in Beamsville, our site features a three-acre hops field, a barrel-aging and wild ale program, a taproom, beer garden and food kitchen. We invite you to visit our brewery, experience the charm of the region, and taste the beer from wine country.
Come visit us at Block Three Brewing located a 5km bike from the world famous St. Jacobs Farmers Market in the small village of St. Jacobs. Come in for a sample of our small batch, hand crafted beers and stay for a glass listening to vinyl and playing board games.
We offer tours on weekends and beer to go in bottles and growlers. Hope to see you soon.
Founded in 1996, County Durham Brewing was largely Bruce Halstead’s one-man operation for a quarter century until partnering with Toronto’s original craft beer bar, C’est What, in 2021. Following this, C’est What Durham Brewing opened to the public for the first time, offering a new bottle shop and parking lot patio. True to our reputation as the go-to pub and brewery for cask ales, six of our packaged offerings are nitro-infused, in a style we refer to as “cask-in-a-can”. Patio customers can enjoy a rotating draught beer and our line of canned brews, as we work to open our tasting room in the fall.
Cassel Brewery is based out of Casselman and has been serving great beer to the folks of Ontario and beyond since 2012. Our microbrewery carries on the proud tradition of hand crafted beer! Every bottle, glass or pint is filled by passion, hard work and dedication to the craft. Fueled by our love of beer we create some of what we believe to be truly unique, tasty beers. Come see us at the brewery! wednesday to friday from 1pm to 6pm Saturday Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Cassel Brewery est une brasserie située à Casselman et sert de la bière artisanale aux gens de l’Ontario et au-delà depuis 2012. Notre microbrasserie suis fièrement la tradition de brassage artisanal! Chaque bouteille, verre ou pinte est rempli par la passion, le travail acharné et le dévouement pour la bière artisanale. Alimenté par notre amour de la bière nous créons un produit que nous croyons être vraiment uniques. Venez nous voir à la brasserie! Mercredi à vendredi de 13h à 18h Samedi et dimanche de 10h à 17h
A fantastic micro brewery, that serves fresh beer, made on site. A chef inspired menu, tap room, patio, beer garden with lawn games and Muskoka Lakes most epic play set.
Collective Arts Brewing is a grassroots craft brewery based in Hamilton, Ontario that aims to fuse the creativity of craft beer with the inspired talents of emerging artists, musicians and filmmakers. Matt Johnston and Bob Russell founded Collective Arts Brewing on two beliefs: The first that creativity fosters creativity. And the second, that creativity yields delicious pints. Visit our taproom/retail store and grab a flight or a pint, go for a tour, or fill up your growler and grab some cans to-go!
Home to “Windsor’s Best Beer Selection”, Craft Heads Brewing Company is a small batch brewery focused on full-flavoured and adventurous beers. Located in Downtown Windsor, our brewery features up to 30 taps of our own beer, beer retail shop, in-house specialty coffee, free wifi and video/board games.
Three unique properties in our beautiful town of Kingsville along the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. INN31 Pub Suites is part of JACKS GASTROPUB; INN136 Guest House Suites is nestled 2 blocks south of town & INN15 Brewery Suites is in the heart of town on the second floor of Banded Goose Brewery. All our properties have great character with attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to guest services. We encourage guests to bring your bikes but if you do not, each of our rooms is accompanied by two touring bikes as part of your stay.
Downtown Carleton Place Business Improvement Association is proud to be a certified member of the Ontario by Bike Network.
The Carleton Place Welcome Centre & The Roy Brown Museum is our official Bike Welcome Centre. Located at the historic Moore House at 170 Bridge Street. Here you will find public washrooms, tourism information, emergency bike kit, first aid kit, and access to our municipal docks, perfect for a mid bike swim or just to put your feet in the water. They are open Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For additional information, please visit the Town of Carleton Place Website.
Additional bike stops in Downtown Carleton Place are our shops, our restaurants, and parks. Our Town Hall Square has spots for picnics, Market Square, especially on Farmer’s Market Saturdays: May to October, 7:00 am -1:00 pm, and Carleton Junction where you will find the community’s cherished pump track, an additional bike repair kit, and more public washrooms.
Carleton Junction was home to the Carleton Place train yard, in fact, if you look to the left of the pump track you will see the historic roundhouse.
SHOP DINE & PLAY in Downtown Carleton Place!