Bad Apple Brewing Company Ltd.Bad Apple Brewing Company Ltd.Contact: Sarah & Jason Ingram
Bad Apple Brewing Co. started out in 2014 as a ferment on premises.
Jason Ingram, Bad Apple’s brewer and owner, developed a passion for home brewing and enjoyed passing it on to customers. Jason being a sheet metal tradesman and Sandy, his dad, being a welder worked over 2014 and 2015 to manufacture a larger brewing system that allowed them to change their licensing.
In 2016, Bad Apple became a Beer Manufacturer with a brewery retail store. In 2018 they were able to upgrade their system once again, this time to a 15 hecta- litre brewhouse. We are a true craft brewery experimenting and improving beer recipes with each batch.
We are located on a small apple orchard on highway 21 just north of St. Joseph’s, Ontario. We are 10 minutes north of Grand Bend and 15 minutes south of Bayfield. Our brewery is in our beautiful century barn. Although once inside you would never know it, if it weren’t for the exposed barn beams.
Customers are welcome to walk through the orchard to take pictures with the blossoms in the spring and we have apple picking in the Fall through our sister company Ingram’s Apple Orchard.
Come for a taste, leave with an experience!
73463 Bluewater Highway Zurich ON N0M 2T0 Canada
- Accepts credit cards
- Accepts credit cards
- Catering available
- GENERAL BUSINESS FEATURES
- MEALS SERVED
- Open Year-Round
- Parking available on site
- RESTAURANT FEATURES
- Vineyard views
- WiFi (free)
We are currently open.
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|Friday||11:00 am||–||8:00 pm|
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|Sunday||11:00 am||–||5:00 pm|
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.