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Although enjoyed by many including the Prime Minister and his wife, County Road Beer closed this spring. The chef however has made his way to Midtown Brewing in Wellington and is now shaping the menu there.
We have gone to the County Road Brewery before and really enjoy the beer. We have even brought some home and mastered the art of removing the tape of the growler :). Today we ate at the brewery for the first time and were pleasantly...More
Friends talked us into biking and wine touring in Prince Edward County. Surprisingly, yes we are still friends and the biking wasn’t that bad either. Thanks to some awesome stops, which included much to my pleasure a Brewery? What an amazing place I’m not known...More
We stopped here while biking the trail that cuts through many of the vineyards. We were starved and were pleasantly surprised to find this spot next to Hinterland.
We tried a beer flight and ordered a few bites to eat. The tomato salad was yummy...More
We moved to the county recently and this has become a favorite stop. Great beer, awesome view, friendly staff, and some great food. Also has Hinterland Winery right next door. The setting is beautiful and they have great events held there also.
We had a wonderful time! Sat out in the covered patio at a picnic table. My son and hubby had oysters and they said they were terrific!! ...juicy and absolutely no pieces of shell. I can't eat oysters. For the mains, my hubby had the...More
Been meaning to stop in here for a while, and I am so glad that we did! Beers were very good, and reasonably priced, and the food was excellent! Also, we got there when it was pretty busy, but the service was still great! Had...More
The brewery has decent beer but they don't know that screw tops caps are readily available. We paid 24 dollars for a growler that came with a sealed metal lid and required a screwdriver and hammer to open! Needless to say that once opened you...More
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Management response:Responded 10 September 2017
Hi there Joanne,
We are sorry that you had issues opening your growler. Our caps are in fact screw on caps. We do seal them with electrical tape that is common practice when filling growlers; this helps prevent any leakage and helps with preservation of...More