Brick Brewing Company

181 King St. S.
Waterloo ON N2J 1P7
519-576-9100 1-800-505-8971 Fax 519-576-0470

Visit Ontario’s First Craft Brewery! Drop in any Saturday between 12 noon and 3pm for a complimentary tour, tasting & souvenir. You can also host your own event at the Red Baron Lounge .

Cox Creek Cellars Estate Winery

Wellington Road 22 (North of Guelph on Hwy 6)
R.R. #5
Guelph ON N1H 6J2
519-767-3253 Fax: 519-824-0808

Tastings and tours are available seasonally at this vineyard, which is Wellington County’s only estate winery. Guelph’s own winery offers fruit/grape wines, custom gift baskets, accessories, private picnic area, gift certificates, and can handle dinners, private parties and weddings.

F & M Brewery

355 Elmira Road North, Unit 135
Guelph, Ontario N1K 1S5
Tel: 1-877-316-BEER(2337) / 519-824-1194

Makers of the award winning Stone Hammer Pilsner and Dark Ale. Fire-brewed in small batches in our authentic copper brewhouse. Store hours Weekdays 10 am to 6 pm, Saturdasy noon to 5 pm. Closed Sunday.

Hergott Cider Mill & Products Ltd.

928 Erb Street West, Waterloo, ON. N2J 3Z4
Across from Gate #1 of the Region of Waterloo’s Landfill Site.
(519) 885-2306

As our focus is on food, health, education and entertainment, at our place you can have fun by learning and consuming fresh and natural products that come from our farm. Visit our Festivals or take a tour. School tours focus on apples and bees.

Sleeman Breweries

551 Clair Road West (south end of Guelph)
Guelph, Ontario N1L 1E9

Brewing since 1834, the Sleeman family started the Silver Creek Brewery, now known a Sleeman’s. Brewery tours are available Monday through Wednesday evenings between 7 and 9pm. Tours can be booked for groups of between 10-20 people. Book well in advance. 1-800-BOTTLES ext. 4454 or 519-826-5454. Administrative fee of $4 per person.

Wellington Brewery

950 Woodlawn Road West
4 kilometres West of the intersection of Highway 6 and Highway 7 West.
Guelph, Ontario N1K 1B8
Tel: 1-800-576-DUKE / 519-837-2337

Named for Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington, the British commander who defeated Napoleon’s French army at Waterloo in 1815, and fifteen years later, as Prime Minister, passed the “Beerhouses Act,” making it easier to find a decent pint. Wellington Brewery has brewed Award winning Ales and lagers since 1985. 9 to 5, Monday through Thursday, 9 to 8 on Friday, 10 to 8 on Saturday, 11 to 6 on Sunday. You can rent the Wellington Brewery’s Iron Duke House for special events.