Rural Ottawa is the best, especially Carp! Thanks to our friends at Ottawa Tourism for the feature.
Take a drive out to our historic 1893 building, and discover a little bit of local history (along side fresh craft beer, and the most delicious food made with as many local ingredients as we can get our hands on).
The tables and bar top are made from local trees from Carp that were dried in a homemade solar kiln in one of the partner’s backyards. The railroad rail fastened to the bottom of the bar and used as the kickplate is original track that went to the Carp co-op, cast the same year this building (1893). The red neon clock is actually a solid cast aluminum clock that was originally part of the exterior of the building and was refurbished to go on our wall. These are just some of the many examples of historical pieces we strived to give new life in the Ridge Rock Brewery.
Take a walk around and take a trip through our local history. We have historic plaques placed on different areas that tell some of the many stories this building and community has been a part of.