Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Norfolk County Fair Picked as Ideal Spot to Launch Ramblin’ Road Premium Beer

Norfolk County, ON

NEW Norfolk County-based Brewery Farm “finally” introduces its premium beers

La Salette, Norfolk County - Ramblin’ Road, Ontario’s only Brewery Farm, has announced that its premium beers will be available for tasting - for the first time - at the 2012 Norfolk County Fair to be held in Simcoe, Ontario, October 2nd through 8th.

Ramblin’ Road’s all new brews will be available at the Eat & Drink Flavour Fest Food Show, where the Brewery Farm will participate as an exhibitor.

It’s been a long and rambling road for Ramblin’ Road to get to market. And no one knows that better than it’s visionary proprietor, John Picard, who comes from a local Norfolk County family that has been involved with agriculture and food production for decades. Drawing inspiration from one of the world’s richest food growing regions, known as Ontario’s Garden, John took it upon himself to create the key element: the Brewery Farm.

“I thought it was time Norfolk County had its own beer, made right here from quality ingredients. Building a brewery farm? Well, that was the only way to bring it all together. But we did it and the beers taste great,” Picard says.

“Brewing premium quality beer is a natural extension of my family’s 30-year history of creating delicious products people trust and enjoy all across Southern Ontario, and beyond. We know what tastes great.”

Renowned brewing consultant, Michel Gauthier, has provided essential insights and formulation guidance in the creation of Ramblin’ Roads farm fresh beers. All have been brewed in a “top-of-the-line facility,” as Michel describes the brewery.

The Brewery Farm is a going concern with a hop garden of over eight varieties and plenty of activity, most of it focused on delivering Premium Beer made with pure spring water, malted barley, yeast, a variety of hops and selected grains. But the facility also produces fresh kettle chips available at John Picard’s stores in select Ontario towns. “They’re great, too,” says Picard.

After their appearance during the 2012 Norfolk County Fair, Ramblin’ Road Premium Beers will soon be available on draught at select bars and restaurants across Southern Ontario, as well as on tap and in bottles for take-away at the Brewery Farm.


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