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Tuque de Broue Brewery

A small-town brewery in Eastern Ontario has combined a devotion to community with a responsive, adaptable business strategy to achieve success and make its mark within the highly competitive craft beer industry.

Based for more than eight years in the picturesque community of Embrun, Tuque de Broue is the passion project of former wine industry veteran Nicolas Malboeuf, who, alongside wife Margo, embarked on this venture to satiate a desire to own their own business, while pursuing their love for craft beers.

Pie Eyed Monk Brewery

Pie Eyed Monk Brewery A Community Success That Continues to Inspire

It’s only been a year, but Pie Eyed Monk Brewery has become the talk of the town in Lindsay, as those seeking an authentic craft beer experience, incorporating excellent food and an inviting atmosphere, have been flocking to the facility to sample their tasty and refreshing wares.

Wilton Cheese Factory

With many families showing greater interest in where their food comes from, how it’s produced and what ingredients are used, the simple, homespun, all-natural cheese making techniques that the folks at Wilton Cheese have been using for decades are as important as they have ever been.

AD Snacks

"We don't have to live in a city to reach our customers"

Imagine a product that requires no advertising, very little marketing, and no overhead costs. It’s a golden nugget, it is the product that sells itself. And that’s exactly what Peter and Angela Joyce’s customers claim about their pepperoni.

“It came organically. Our customers said to us ‘you don’t have to sell this, just let people taste it. The product sells itself'. So we trademarked 'the taste that sells itself”, explains Peter when describing how they came up with their pepperoni’s brand.

Golden Moment Farm

Plum Hollow - Golden Moment Farm is this maple syrup season's host producer of the official Tapping Out Party.

Farm owners Norma and John Banford are excited to have the public visit their historic homestead on Mother Barnes Road for the sweet event on Saturday, March 9th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mariposa Dairy

The Remarkable Rise and Sustained Success of Mariposa Dairy

It is an amazing phenomenon to see a business that started off simply as a passionate part-time project turn into a large-scale and industry leading enterprise. This is exactly what has happened with Lindsay, Ontario’s Mariposa Dairy.

Green Gables Vines

Green Gables Vines bringing big flavour

A local couple with a passion for winemaking is transforming a vineyard into a destination meeting place.

Green Gables Vines owner Marie Chinnatamby and winemaker Richard Deslandes are pleased to be offering an exciting selection of white, rosé, off-dry, dry red and fruit-flavoured wines at the winery.

"This is a lot of fun," says Richard, who has been crafting with care new blends from the five-acre vineyard. "People seem to want to taste local wines and buy local," he says.

Stone Crop Acres Winery

Stone Crop Acres Winery A Burgeoning Business in Morrisburg

A combination of many serendipitous opportunities and the wisdom, know-how and willingness to take full advantage of those opportunities could be said to be the ‘secret’ of success for Norene Hyatt-Gervais, owner and winemaker of Morrisburg’s popular Stone Crop Acres Winery, which is celebrating its first anniversary this July.

4 Degrees Brewing Company

4 Degrees Brewing: Possibly the coolest brewery in Eastern Ontario

Get the founders of 4 Degrees Brewing Company, Nick Ritchie and Andrew Howard, talking about beer and it’s easy to see where their passion lies – with the cold, frothy, hoppy brew that’s taken the Ontario food and drink industry by storm, and is set to do the same in Smiths Falls.