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While the rolling hills of Carlisle brought the landscape for effective farming, the waterway of the Twelve Mile Creek brought great opportunities for manufacturing to our little town. Historically known as one of the most prolific milling towns in Southern Ontario, Carlisle was home to a variety of mills; wool, grist, and lumber to name a few – and all due to its accessibility to power from the waterfalls that spawned from the creek.  Here, we celebrate not only the working hands of its residents, but the uprising of industry, through the backbone of Carlisle’s manufacturing capabilities; the Progreston Falls.

Progreston Falls

  • ABV: 6.5%

    RS: 16 g/L

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