Savour The Flavour
Visitors see, smell, sample and make purchases from a showcase of Atlantic Canadian food, wine, beer and other products and specials. Cooking demos feature chefs from our region preparing signature recipes made with local ingredients.
Wayfarers' Ale Ltd
- Port Williams, NS
The name Wayfarers' Ale is a tribute to an old custom in England where medieval travellers, 'wayfarers' as they were known, would stop at local churches, knock on the door, and be given a small horn of ale and a piece of bread to refresh and help them along their journey. We love this idea, and need this at times, and so we thought we'd honour this tradition, so please ask for the 'dole' if you're on a journey and somewhere along life's path!
Master Indian Spice
Indian Spice Kits - Authentic Indian food made simple. Love at first spice!
Noble Grape...for the passionate winemaker! Locally owned and operated for 25 years, Noble Grape Urban Winery offers home beer, wine & cider making kits, ingredients and equipment. Don't have the time or space to make wine or beer at home? You can now make wine, beer & cider ON-SITE at all 9 Noble Grape locations. Noble Grape pioneered in-store winemaking and has state of the art bottling equipment, self-serve bottle washing machines, personalized custom labels, vacuum wine filtering along with custom beer recipes, draught equipment and friendly and knowledgable staff. We also offer online shipping across Canada.
Nine Locks Brewing
It started, as these things often do, with a hot summer night. Cousins Shaun and Danny O'Hearn were enjoying a couple (or more) cool craft-made ales out on their deck. That triggered an idea, which turned out to be Nine Locks Brewing Company, owned and operated locally by local guys. The Nine Locks pays tribute to their brewery location, near the historic Shubenacadie Canal, which originally had nine locks built to facilitate ship movement of goods between Halifax and the rest of the province. We smile at their motto, which says, "We can so you can take it outside." If you like ale with no preservatives, no pasteurization, and no filtration, then you're going to love their line of brews.
Nature Conservancy of Canada
National Land Conservation