Ramblin’ Road Brewery Farm Opening Soon in Ontario’s Norfolk County

DELHI, ON – After several years of planning and delays due to zoning changes and an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board that was eventually cleared, John Picard of Picard Foods is close to launching his new brewing operation in Norfolk County.

While legally registered as J. Picard Brewing, the new brewery will be branded and promoted as Ramblin’ Road Brewery Farm – the “Farm” designation indicating that hops being grown on site are being used in making the company’s beers.

According to a recent article in the Simcoe Reformer, Ramblin’ Road will launch with a traditional lager that will start production in late August, followed later in the fall by “an India Pale Ale, signature beer and another variety of ale.” The facility will also include a production line for kettle-cooked potato chips, which will be marketed under the Picard name.

More information on Ramblin’ Road will be available soon on the brewery’s website, Twitter feed and Facebook page.

2 thoughts on “Ramblin’ Road Brewery Farm Opening Soon in Ontario’s Norfolk County

  1. Being from Norfolk County myself, and now a Chef at Canada’s largest draught house and an overall lover of beer, this is REALLY exciting news. Just wish I had done it first ;)

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