Premium craft brewery in Norfolk County, Ontario offering six distinctive beers, seasonal offerings and a licensed diner.

Starting Up Case Study

Ramblin’ Road


The Challenge

Beer Inspired by Locally Grown Ingredients

John Picard, famous for his Picard’s Peanut Confectionary Stores, wanted to open a craft brewery. Brewing premium quality beer made from locally produced ingredients was his vision. He had already planted his own hop garden years before he started brewing beer. But he needed a branding solution to launch the new venture.

The Strategy

The Champion of Norfolk County

Most Ontario-based craft breweries can’t seem to wait to get their products stocked at the LCBO, or at the beer monopoly retail outlet. Our recommendation was to forego those channels and focus the brand on being the champion of Norfolk County – its place of origin. The new brewery needed to spring from the DNA that defined its location - and how challenging it can be to find it. Fact is, it’s tucked away on a back road in one the world’s most fertile growing regions. View Website.

The Result

Thirst for Its Products Grows and Grows

All elements of Ramblin’ Road Brewery Farm’s branding was developed in collaboration with John Picard to capture his vision of this delicious enterprise. Today, the Brewery Farm is banging and the thirst for its products grows stronger every year, throughout Norfolk and beyond. The road to success did not ramble much.

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Ramblin’ Road Brewery Farm

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