Kings Mill Cider is a small family-run craft cider producer nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Stirling, Ontario.
Our cidery is adjacent the Kings Mill Conservation Area on Squire creek. It's the perfect spot to explore nature, with a gorgeous landscape composed of wetlands, woodlands and farmlands, and the old grist mill called the Kings Mill.
Pommies Cider, Made from 100% Ontario apples!
Pommies Cider is crafted from the juice of 100% Ontario apples at our cidery in Caledon, Ontario. Our offerings include our flagships Pommies Cider and Pommies Farmhouse, along with rotating seasonals Perry, Cranberry and Red Sangria. Pommies Cider Co. is independent, family-owned and family-operated.
Our story began over 100 years ago in Lille, France when three brewers joined forces to create a brewery that would grow to become one of the most important in the country. In 1985, the descendents of the original founders opened their first neighbourhood microbrewery – long before anyone had even heard of a “microbrewery” or “craft beer”.
We are a small, BC-owned company, making cider the old-fashioned way. We start with real BC apples from old growth orchards, deep in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. Our authentic dry ciders are natural and real – from apples that are crushed and fermented, then filtered fresh clear and pure – much like a premium quality wine.
Based on a story told by my French Canadian grandfather when I was a boy, the Flying Canoe is an interpretation of the French saying and story called “Chasse-Galerie”. Flying Canoe Hard Cider is made in the region of Ottawa/Gatineau near where the legend is based, so we thought that we might share the mysteriousness of the tale.
An independent company, run solely by two friends taking a chance on doing what they love. Claude and Nathan met at Trent University, ended working for the same small craft brewery together almost 15 years ago. From there both Nathan and Claude have worked in the craft brew industry. They’ve always joked and talked about having their own beer.
"IT ALL STARTED IN OUR KITCHEN." The inspiration for SoCIAL LITE Vodka came to us while entertaining. While we all enjoy a drink with friends, we also strive to make better choices. From the very first cocktails crafted in our kitchen, our promise has never wavered: SoCIAL LITE Craft Cocktails are for everyone who loves a delicious drink without artificial ingredients, sugar or added calories.
Hey Y'all introduces its 2nd new flavour of the summer, At this pace, there will be 20 new flavours of Hey Y’all by Labour Day. The popular B.C.-based beverage company already introduced its new Raspberry Hard Iced Tea in March, and now there’s another new flavour to try. Hey Y’all Southern Mint Hard Iced Tea is on store shelves and waiting to be cracked open at a backyard barbecue this long weekend.
OUR 60 ACRE ORCHARD IN WALDEN, NYIS NESTLED IN THE HEART OF THE HUDSON VALLEY. The Hudson Valley also has a long cider making tradition. Before prohibition, cider apple orchards were common to find in the region. Cider has been made here for more than 200 years! Like many of the orchards in the area, our orchard has a long history. It has been a farm since the 1700s and the first apple trees were planted here around 100 years ago,,,,
Waterloo Brewing came into being long before the craft beer hysteria that grips our culture today! We are, quite simply, the result of a thirst for terrific tasting beer, which we had in common with our friends and neighbours. Back then, we took to brewing small batches, by hand, from four simple ingredients. Today, we humbly lay claim to the honour of being not only Ontario’s first craft brewer but also its largest.
Toronto – Spearhead Brewing Co. says that after five years as a contract brewer, launching its Hawaiian Style Pale Ale in Toronto in 2011, it has secured a facility in Kingston to build its own brewery. Building has started at the 16,000 sq-ft location in west Kingston at 675 Development Dr.
The story of Ridge Rock Brewing Company is four local kids who grew up and call the Carp area home. Jake Sinclair, Calvin de Haan, Jason Lalonde, and Ryan Grassie are all old enough to know better, but young enough to open a brewery/bar anyways. They’re three business owners and one NHL player, all looking for a place that they and other Carp residents can call their own.
Railway City Brewing creates a series of locally handcrafted beers in St. Thomas, ON.
No corn syrup here! We proudly feature malted barley (grain), hops, yeast and water as our primary ingredients. Each beer is locally brewed, all natural, and crafted in small batches, using only the finest ingredients with no artificial adjuncts or preservatives.
About the name, “Overflow”, founder Brad Fennell explains, “‘Flow’ is a state of true happiness in which people are so involved in performing an activity that nothing else seems to matter. The moment a person’s body or mind is stretched to its limits in a conscience and voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult, different and worthwhile, Flow is achieved.”
The name OLD TOMORROW® is inspired by Canada’s founding father, Sir John A. Macdonald, who earned the name for his bold vision and tenacity in creating Canada despite long odds. It’s his silhouetted face that graces each one of our beers. 150 years later, his vision continues to dare all of us to seek our own greatness.
FROM U-BREW TO WORLD CLASS CRAFT BREWERY, Nickel Brook has been one of the leading players in the Ontario Craft Beer movement since our founding in 2005. Taking the lead from our motto “Beer, Down to a Science” our brewers combine premium ingredients, DIY creativity and a depth of technical expertise to create world-class beers.
CANADA’S OLDEST INDEPENDENT BREWERY, Moosehead has a long and storied history. Since 1867 we’ve survived two fires, expanded our line of beers and began distributing worldwide. But, believe it or not, we had very humble beginnings. MOOSEHEAD BREWERIES LIMITED IS THE LAST MAJOR BREWERY IN CANADA STILL OWNED BY CANADIANS.
Welcome to Hop City! At Hop City, we create beer that inspires the curious, and fuels the restless. We embrace the journey as much as you do. We take risks, make wrong turns, and just go for it. For us, it’s about believing in curiosity. Because even though it may have killed the cat, before he died, that cat probably had a pretty good time.
Our brewery was built in 1995 and has more than doubled in size since then. We bring you our tasty pints using 32 fermenters, over 15 different yeasts, state-of-the-art filters, centrifuges and a 50 barrel JV Northwest 5 vessel system that brews 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It turns out that making awesome brews is quite the science. Luckily our brewery facilities have all the equipment necessary to deliver results.
In a world filled with mass-produced stuff, being connected with the things we consume brings us joy. Distinct and local, at Driftwood Brewery, we aspire to create a unique profile in every beer we make. From the moment we sold our first keg, we’ve upheld a commitment to never cut corners on quality, character or style.
CRAFT BEER THAT RINGS TRUE - Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co. is a unique Canadian destination craft brewery that features a state-of-the-art brewing facility, restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, retail store, and entertainment spaces. Cowbell's accessible, family friendly farm is located on 111-acres south of the historic village of Blyth, and we are committed to providing you with a one-of-a-kind experience, highlighted by delicious craft beer.
In the early 1970s, as an architect and beer enthusiast I built one of the Ottawa region’s first authentic Irish pubs, Patty’s. Joined over time by my three sons – MJ, Quinn, and Brendan – our entire Hodgins family has earned a reputation for our passion to serve great food and beverages in a pub style environment.
Born and raised in a small town in Northern Ontario, Luc Johnson grew up in the great outdoors. His pursuits, some of which he still practises today, included: rock/ice climbing, mountain biking, sea kayaking, whitewater canoeing, winter camping, hunting and fishing, and anything else that would get him outside.