When it comes to homegrown drinks, there’s a lot to savour in Cornwall and SDG Counties. From independent craft breweries to impressive vineyards serving flavourful wines, there are numerous tasty adventures that await! The breweries and wineries are run by passionate entrepreneurs who are dedicated to their craft and committed to serving up an amazing experience. Get ready to raise a glass and toast to a good time – your next road trip starts here.

Breweries and Wineries


  • 412 Cumberland Street
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    Rurban Brewing

    Proudly located in Cornwall, and beloved by Cornwallites, Rurban Brewing is the creation of the talented and personable husband-wife duo of Andy and Karen Rorabeck.

    The brewery – located in the same building where grocery giant Farm Boy was founded – features a retail shop and taproom where they offer samples, flights, cans and growlers (they will fill yours if you bring it in clean).

    Impromptu tours are offered if the shop isn’t too busy, so you can learn all about the brewing process and enjoy one of their quality brews right on the spot.

    Rurban usually has a variety of beers on tap and on sale, with the marquee Cornwall Golden Lager being a staple selection.

    You’ll also find Rurban in a number of local restaurants including Esca Gourmet Pizza + Bar, Schnitzels European Flavours, The Stomping Grounds and The Birchwood Cafe, to name but a few.

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  • 16133 County Road 36
    Long Sault
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    Get Lost at The Lost Villages Brewery.  This popular Long Sault Brewery features a bottle shop and taproom large enough to host live musical performances and comedy shows.

    The brewery boasts a long list of handcrafted beer creations, most of which pay homage to the history of the Lost Villages by their brew names.

    Thier sprawling patio is the perfect spot to combine some suds and sun and is able to accommodate groups both big and small.   Lost Villages Apparel is available online or in person.  For more information check out their website.

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  • 25 Thorold Lane
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    This Ingleside brewery proves that great things come from humble beginnings. Founded in 2015, Humble Beginnings  features a taproom and bottle shop with a variety of brews on tap at any given time.

    The friendly husband and wife tandem of Pierre and Susan Doucette operate the small batch brewery and have made it a priority to source only Ontario-grown ingredients for their beer.

    As an added bonus, Humble Beginnings is located just a short jaunt away from the beautiful St. Lawrence River and Waterfront Trail – a perfect reason for a beer trip!

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  • 2980 Wylie Road
    Glen Robertson
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    Head up the Glens to Wood Brothers Brewing Co., a small-scale brewery located on 65 acres of rolling country in the North Glengarry community of Glen Robertson.

    Headed up by Mark Rickerd, Wood Brothers’ focus is on brewing quality and hop forward beers.

    Their slogan – Fearsome tasty liquid – should tell you all you need to know!

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  • 5242 Smiths Road
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    Stone Crop Acres is a beautiful destination to experience locally crafted wines a stone’s throw from the vineyard.

    The winery is run by Noreen and Marc, and the couple grows and harvests every grape with love. The grapes are crushed and pressed on site before being crafted in their very own winery and aged either in stainless steel tanks or French Oak barrels.

    Stone Crop Acres introduced their wines in July of 2017 and since then have been gradually releasing more reds and new whites and rosé wines each season.

    Stroll through the vines with a glass of wine in hand and enjoy some tastings on the tasting room patio patio overlooking the Morrisburg-area vineyard.

    Tours and rentals are available by appointment.

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  • 21065 Lochiel Road
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    This family-run vineyard and winery near Lochiel has roots dating back all the way to 1792. John Roy MacMillan built the farm on land granted to him after immigrating to Canada from Scotland.

    That Scottish heritage – a prominent part of Glengarry County history – remains a big part of the farm today. Craig MacMillan, an eighth-generation descendent of John Roy, runs the vineyard along with his wife Joanne and their two children.

    In addition to the stone house, the large barn on the property serves as the winery and store, overlooking the beautiful five-acre vineyard.

    Stonehouse has a variety of wines available for purchase along with a number of tasting packages to suit every taste.

    Larger groups and special events can also be accommodated.

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  • 10090 Cameron Road
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    Enjoy a tour, tastings and wine and food pairing events at Smokie Ridge Vineyard, a family-run vineyard located on 43 acres in Mountain.

    The winery was established in 2007 and to date, over 10,000 vines have been raised from infancy.

    Smokie Ridge specializes in northern varietal grapes which can be tasted in their line of vintages and other wine varieties.

    A variety of tour and tasting packages are available and group tours and events can be arranged.

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