This summer, we’re introducing Canada’s first winery, craft brewery and distillery trail…
Discover new favourites as you explore the Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail. Sample locally produced wine, craft beer and spirits from over 35 locations across the province. From Yarmouth to Cape Breton, the trail weaves through stunning landscapes, heritage sites, beaches, farmlands and cities.
With your Good Cheer Trail Passport in hand, chart you own route as you sip your way throughNova Scotia. Trail participants offer an exciting mix of tours, tastings and special events.
Whether you’re interested in trying the latest vintage of Tidal Bay, meeting an award-winning brew master or sampling a single malt whisky straight from the barrel, the Good Cheer Trail has you covered.
For further details, please visit GoodCheerTrail.com
The Order of Good Cheer
The Good Cheer Trail celebrates Nova Scotia’s rich culinary history dating back to 1606, whenSamuel de Champlain established the Order of Good Cheer in Port Royal, Nova Scotia.
As the first gastronomic society in the New World, the Order of Good Cheer raised the spirits of early settlers and set the tone for centuries of good Nova Scotian food, drink and fun. We’re proud to carry on Champlain’s legacy with the Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail – a culinary adventure unlike any other!
If you've visited 10 stops on the Good Cheer Trail send in your passport for a complimentary shirt as part of the Good Cheer Trail Passport (while supplies last). Please note you can upgrade your Standard Tee to any of the other Good Cheer Trail garments. Simply use your unique coupon code at check-out and a discount of $20 will be applied to your order.
Good Cheer Trail shirts are shipped via regular mail, or you can select in-store pick-up if you're near our shops on the Halifax Waterfront or in Mahone Bay.
Our men's premium tee is one of the softest shirts you'll own.
Made of a triblend of 50% polyester, 25% combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon. The unique fabric combination creates a fitted look and feel on the body.