A. Van Elswyk Farms (starting Thursday July 15th)
Third and forth generation farm located in Waterdown specializing in homegrown vegetables and cut flowers. In spring we enjoy wholesaling vegetable trays and annual flowers. In the summer we grow our own produce to sell at local markets and at home. In the winter we finish out our year wholesaling cabbage, leeks, turnip and brussel sprouts.
Brantview Apples & Cider (starting Thursday July 22nd)
Location: St. George
Brantview Apples & Cider is an 8th generation family farm. 2021 brings our 200th harvest! We have Pick your Own and hand picked apples, a scratch bakery and an apple themed store front. We are also home of Howell Road Cider Company, which produces small batch craft cider.
Flat Rock Cellars and Shawn & Ed Brewing Co.
At Flat Rock Cellars we aim to make great wine and have fun while doing it! We start in the vineyards with low yields and progressive viticulture practices, then continue inside the winery to our sexy gravity-flow design and the latest in winemaking equipment. When you taste our wines with us we go above and beyond to deliver a truly personal win experience- without pretension and with infectious passion.
Shawn & Ed Brewing Company’s story is forged in friendship and started more than 25 years ago at the McMaster University Campus in Hamilton. Two friends and basketball teammates, Shawn Till and Ed Madronich, shared a dream to one day open a brewery. Together they restored the old Dundas Curling and Skating Rink into a state-of-the-art brewery with one goal, to craft a classic brew that everyone can enjoy with their a friends; a beer that’s Forged in Friendship.
Shawn & Ed Brewing Co. is the sister brewery of Flat Rock Cellars, Ed Madronich is also the owner of Flat Rock Cellars, he works closely with both the winery and brewery teams to craft the best wine and beer Ontario has to offer.
Websites: flatrockcellars.com / lagershed.com
Brantwood Farms (June 10th to July 15th)
Since 1891 the Pate Family has lived and farmed in Brant County. Over time various aspects of the farm have changed over the decades our passion and dedication to agriculture remains the same. It is our goal to bring the best in home-grown and locally produced fruits, vegetables and goods to our community. From rhubarb to strawberries, apples, sweet corn and pumpkins we grow a variety of fruits and vegetables on our home farm. What we do not grow ourselves we source from local growers and producers in the area.
Fenwick Berry Farm
Dave and Christine Klyn-Hesselink, with the help of our family, friends and employees, have been growing fruit in the Niagara region for 20 years. We are a first-generation family farm, striving to cultivate nutritious and delicious fruit through sustainable growing practices.
La Primavera Farms
La Primavera Farms is a third-generation farm, growing specialty cut flowers for markets, weddings, events and wholesale. The farm is nestled on the edge of a Carolinian forest, close to the town of Dundas and also produces field crops, beef and poultry. La Primavera is run by two generations of the Feddes family, with a third learning the trade as they grow up.
Pasture raised heritage breeds of pork, poultry, eggs and more.
Plan B Organic Farm
Certified organic farm located in Flamborough since 1997.
Fresh is a hot topic and a word that gets thrown around loosely. Here at Saltarski Farm we believe fresh means:
F: fresh from the dirt, from our farm to your table
R: relationships between farmer and consumer
E: experience and enjoy the natural flavours of the season
S: strive to produce the highest quality and best tasting produce
H: hand picked, hand graded daily to provide our customers with a premium product
Totally handmade with time tested recipes. 22 years in business from cookies to homemade bread with pies and decadent desserts in between.