Local Food and Beverage Trails

As Trail Capital of Canada, Uxbridge is not only known for its incredible trails, but also its lively après trail scene with gathering spots to enjoy locally crafted beer and cider, and culinary stops to enjoy farm-fresh foods grown and produced in this area. In the 1800’s Uxbridge was a farming community rich in wheat crops and small orchards and now, many years later, farms are still cultivating the land with some reviving this area’s history by growing hops and heritage apples to produce incredible beer and ciders. Explore our local cider houses and brewery on the Beer and Cider Trail, find out where to pick-up farm-fresh foods along the Farm Trail, and try locally prepared foods along the Culinary Trail.

Beer and Cider Trail

Beer and Cider Tour

Do sips of sparkling cider or a tall cool glass of blonde ale sound refreshing? Embark on a self-guided Beer and Cider tour online, or hop in the car and head to Uxbridge to tour the countryside and pick-up a bottle of small-batch traditional apple cider from Banjo Cider, hand-crafted beer from the Second Wedge Brewing Co, or chose from black currant, cherry, or authentic heritage apple cider from Slabtown Ciderhouse and Eatery. Taste what local means on the Uxbridge Beer and Cider Trail.

Stops: 3

Brewery/Cidery Trail

Farm Trail

Farm fresh produce, naturally raised meats, local honey, syrup and fresh home baking right at your doorstep. There is nothing like eating local! Escape to the Uxbridge countryside, or order online for pick-up at the many stops along the Farm Trail. Uxbridge has been home to a fruitful farm community since the 1800’s and today’s farmers keep us well supplied using different cultivation practices such as small-scale intensive farming, and organic and biodynamic farming. Learn more and eat local on the Uxbridge Farm Trail.

Stops: 8

Farm Trail

Culinary Trail

Enjoy unique foodie experiences at Uxbridge’s local food establishments.  Grab a bite to eat on a patio or pick-up some fresh baking, produce, or locally made products to take home.  The experiences are uniquely Uxbridge and many eateries have paired with local farmers and producers to offer mouth-watering menu items. From fresh vegetables and meats, to local honey, maple syrup, chocolate, beer and cider, you can enjoy local tastes.  Learn more about what each location offers.

Stops: 13

Culinary Trail