From casual tees and toques to beer glasses, these Feast On? certified restaurants take the cake in branded swag. Visit these fine establishments this season to show off your Ontario food & bev pride in style. Three cheers for #BeerGear!
Boshkung Brewing Co.
Spread the Boshkung #BeerLove with a “Drink Local” shirt — we couldn’t have said it better ourselves! Rep Haliburton County with the highway 35/118 tee, or make it a family affair with the totally adorable Boshkung “Half Pint” baby onesie.
The Quirky Carrot
Julia Graham’s beautiful cafe and catering hub in Alexandria is home to fresh Ontario foods, packaged goods, and snazzy sweaters. Stop by for a delicious americano or fresh sandwich, and grab swag something for the whole family!
The Second Wedge
Stop by the Second Wedge brew-pub in Uxbridge for a pint of Witch’s Hat and this sweet gear. Whether you rep them out loud with logo-swag, or be a bit more discreet (I spy a little growler on the back of that bicycle!), this merch will get the conversation going.
Detour Coffee Roaster
Loving our new pattern shirts! Available online and at our cafe. #detourcoffee A photo posted by Detour Coffee Roasters (@detourcoffee) on
We love Detour‘s home-roasted coffees. We’re also huge fans of their merch, which ranges from beautifully packaged beans and branded tumblers, to this understated “detour” tee and their quirky “bottleneck” illustrated shirts.
Northwinds Brewhouse & Kitchen
It’s getting cold out there! Pass by our Beer Store and select from 16 different winter toques to keep you warm. Which colour would you choose? #wintertoque #skihat #winterwarmer #beerhat #craftbeerswag #craftbeer #giftideas A photo posted by Northwinds Brewhouse & Kitchen (@northwindsbrewery) on
Northwinds specializes in great Ontario craft beer and, apparently, 16 different branded toques! May your belly be full and your noggin extra cozy this winter.
Bruce Wine Bar & Kitchen
If you’re in the Blue Mountain region, head to Bruce Wine Bar for some live music, delicious food and drink, and pick up an intricate black crow shirt. This detailed illustration is a hard nod to their surroundings and what makes Thornbury special.
Pickle Socks. We had to. A photo posted by Caplansky’s Deli (@caplanskysdeli) on
Where do we even begin? Zane Caplansky knows his smoked brisket, and his branded merch knows how to make us smile. From pickled socks to “I’m kind of a Big Dill” and “Kickin’ it Old Shul” tees, the list of cheeky swag goes on…