Local Listings

Bad Apple Brewing Company Ltd.

Purveyor of Quality Craft Brews & Beers! We're Talking About Farm Fresh Fermentation Here People! Jason and Sandy will sweep you away with their fabricated stories, first hand brewing knowledge and of course- delicious beer!

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Dark Horse Estate Winery

Whether you choose our casual Unapologetically Good collection, our unpretentious One Horse Town or Valegro, our premium wine inspired by a true dark horse champion, our collections invite you to savour the good things in life.

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Schatz Winery

Schatz Winery is a hand-tended micro-vineyard featuring hybrid vines that are resilient and healthy in this agriculturally rich farm land; excellent vines-turned-wines thriving on a ‘quality over quantity’.

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Stone House Brewing Company

Stone House Pilsner is a true Czech Pilsner beer. Crystal clear and deep golden in colour. A very crisp, clean approachable and refreshing pilsner with light straw grass and mild malt grain finish.

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LOCAL LIBATIONS

Geocaching Tip: Sip & Savour

A burgeoning beverage industry has taken root in Lake Huron Shores soil. Sip and savour the liquid bounty of family-owned and operated beer, wine and cider microbreweries. Taste test international, award-winning apple and pear ciders and wines at Twin Pines Orchards & Cider House. Or create your own viticulture tour starting with Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming, followed by Dark Horse Estate Winery near Grand Bend, Schatz Winery in St. Joseph (part of Hessenland Inn) and ending at Maelstrom Winery (three award-winning wines) east of Vanastra.

If a cool beer is more your style you won’t be disappointed, the area boasts seven microbreweries – Bad Apple Brewing Company near St. Joseph., Stone House Brewing Company (Varna), Bayfield Brewing Company (Bayfield), River Road Brewing & Hops (Bayfield), Cowbell Brewing Company (Blyth), Half Hours on Earth Brewery (Seaforth) and Stonepicker Brewing Company (Plympton-Wyoming).

Did You Know?

Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumer alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea.