Our Ontario Craft Beer selections reflect everything we love about the Kawarthas. Try one of our five regular brews, seasonal recipes or limited release options, all handcrafted onsite. Be sure to take home your favourites in cans or growlers.
Lock 33 is located within the Trent-Severn waterway, on the Scugog River. A sawmill was built here in 1828. The existing structure once contained a stone flour mill and a lumber mill– remnants of a bygone age of rugged industry and dogged determination.
Built in 1902, the Lindsay Fire Hall stands tall and proud to the West of us. Our Amber Ale honours our First Responders and Frontline Workers. We are grateful for their knowledge, selflessness and bravery.
Built in 1863, the original gaol building was constructed of limestone and white brick with a slate roof. It was fashioned in the Italianate design, common for jails at that time, distinguishable by strong symmetrical, round-headed windows.
When the doors opened at the Academy Theatre in 1893, it was billed as the most technically perfect theatre in Canada. With seating for 900 people, countless audience members have applauded the many artists and performers that have graced this stage.
The first train on the Victoria Junction arrived in Lindsay, ON in 1857. For over a century the rail industry was the economic backbone of the town and by the late 50's there were many kilometers of tracks throughout the town. Some of these iconic locomotives are on display at Memorial Park.
Stellmar Farm has been growing pumpkins in Little Britain since 1999. Their varieties include all sizes from miniature pie pumpkins to Atlantic Giants, along with gourds, squash, and decorative corns for fall. They also promote bee population growth, as most pumpkins are pollinated by bees.
We will be closing at 4pm on December 24th and we will reopen at 11am on December 28th.
We will also be closed on January 1st.