Posted July 1, 2018
Featured Brewery Discovery Route: Saints & Sinners Bootleggers’ RunTweet
The Saints & Sinners Bootleggers’ Run Trail – part of the 2018 Brewery Discovery Routes – is your passport to beer, wine and cider producers around south Georgian Bay.
The area was once a hotbed for bootleggers during Prohibition. Today, it boasts imaginative producers who use local hops, apples and grapes to create award-winning products.
Northwinds Brewhouse and Kitchen’s ultra-fresh beer and seasonally inspired menu, the year round Owen Sound Farmers’ Market, the Casero Kitchen Table and Thornbury Village Cidery, Surrounded by 7,500 acres of apple farms within a 15-minute drive.
Frank’s Limestone Kiln – Located on the northside of County Rd. 91, in Duntroon, in Clearview Township. This side trail is part of the Bruce Trail Conservancy and leads to a restored lime kiln that was originally built circa 1860. Designated pathways and fencing are in place for hikers to view the structure. Franks Lime Kiln Side Trail is 30 metres in length and is a easy to moderate walk.
Take photos along the way, then post them to Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook tagged with #BrewRoutesON to win great prizes, including:
- Ontario weekend getaway, 2 nights at a B & B, 2 Feast On dinners and brewery tour
(up to value of $500)
- Dinner for two at Langdon Hall (up to value of $300)
- Brewery Tour for 10 at Steam Whistle Brewing
- Brewery Tour for 10 at BREW Microbrewery Windsor
- Brewery Tour for 10 at Thornbury Village Cidery
View the full route here.
About Brewery Discovery Routes:
Nine Brewery Discovery Routes showcase Ontario’s independent craft brewers, cideries, distillers, Feast On restaurants, farmers’ markets and the bounty of Ontario and its protected Greenbelt. Curated by a partnership of eighteen food and beverage Associations, tourism organisations and the Greenbelt Fund, the Brewery Discovery Routes Map recommends hand-picked itineraries to help you explore the best of Ontario’s tasty craft beverages and fresh local food.
Ontario’s food system is huge, generating more than $63 billion in sales of local food products each year. Let’s support our farmers and artisanal producers by choosing local more often and contributing to thriving rural economies and the creation of sustainable jobs.
About Ontario’s Greenbelt:
Spanning nearly 2 million acres, the Greenbelt protects the productive farmlands that feed us, the landscapes that clean our water and air, and supports the health and economies of our communities.
Content provided by Brewery Discovery Routes and its partners.