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Unveiling History, Crafting Community

Nestled in the heart of the Kawarthas, our brewery is housed in a building with a rich history. Originally part of the McArthur House Hotel in the 1880s, it has witnessed the ebb and flow of time. In the mid-20th century, this space became a blacksmith shop under the skilled hands of Charles Kelly, a legacy that continued with Dick Bulmer, Fenelon Fall's last Blacksmith, into the 1960s. Today, we've carefully revitalized this historic structure, preserving the heritage stone set two centuries ago.

Let's Gather at the Trent Severn Waterway

With 50 feet of windows offering breathtaking views of the Trent Severn Waterway's Lock 34 and Cameron Lake, our brewery provides a picturesque backdrop for every visit. Whether you're passing through the locks on a sun-soaked summer day, exploring sled trails in the winter, or any time in between, we're here to offer an unforgettable experience.

A group of people sitting at a table with beer.
A man and woman holding beers at a bar.

Crafting Connections, One Sip at a Time

Our journey began three years ago when we took the reins from the original owners. With a commitment to preserving the essence of the region, our space is a tribute to the people, heritage, and life that define Fenelon Falls. Fast-forward to three years later, we stand as a haven for community and camaraderie. We hope to see you soon at Fenelon Falls Brewing Co.