See where your lunch was grown and visit the farm that produces the barley for the local beer you drink. Eat & drink your way through Central Alberta.


1. Edgar Farms

Farm Store season opens in May from 8:00AM until 8:00PM, 7 days a week.

Farm store will be open until about the end of September weather permitting
(403) 227-2443

1465 Township Road 352
Innisfail, AB
T4G 0M8

About Edgar Farms

We have the largest asparagus operation in Alberta that produces the most tender, sweetest, flavorful asparagus you will ever taste – due to our cool climate and optimum soil conditions. Our short season for asparagus is approximately mid-May until the end of June.

We also grow many acres of sweet fresh garden peas, sugar snap and snow peas, broad beans, yellow beans and green beans each year. Peas start producing about July 10th and beans start about August 10th and end with the first frost.

Pea tendrils are a new specialty, they are tender little baby pea plants that are an excellent addition to any salad.

2. Viva-Deli

Mon – Fri 10:00am – 6:00pm

Sat 10:00am – 4:00pm

Sun Closed

(403) 347-7274

4324 54 Avenue
Red Deer, AB
T4N 4M2

About Viva-Deli

Locally produced European quality products such as dry sausages, smoked meats, wild game processing and more.

“We visit frequently. We love all they’re products. They’re fresh and they always taste amazing! Do be sure to try the Pelminins(Siberian) and her dried sausages. Fantastic!”

“Bought some potato and onion perogies and Italian sausage for supper. They were both fabulous. Will definitely be back for more”

“Iness, the owner is a lot of fun and have fantastic products. My wife and I enjoy’d what we’ve try’d so far. I come from a small town where everyone knows everyone. Iness gave us that feeling, the very first time we met her. Great Jem of a deli! Look forward to many years of shopping here and building our relationship with Iness & her husband.”


3. Sylvan Star Cheese

Open Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm

(403) 340-1560

39008 Range Road 10
Red Deer County, AB
T4E 0G4

About Sylvan Star Cheese

Sylvan Star Cheese is renowned for it’s farm made Gouda. We have won numerous Canadian awards as #1 Gouda, Extra Aged Gouda and smoked Gouda. Our extra aged gouda, also known as “Grizzly” because of it’s bite and power, is ranked #4 in the world.

4. Brown Eggs and Lamb

Hours: Open 7 days a week
12:00am – 7:00pm May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend
12:00pm – 6:00pm Monday to Saturday the rest of the year.

(403) 782-4095

40323 Range Road 281
Lacombe County, AB
T0C 0J0

About Brown Eggs & Lamb

Where does YOUR food come from? Eggs and Lamb is a locally owned and operated food retailer located just South of beautiful Gull Lake in Central Alberta. At Brown Eggs & Lamb we started raising chickens when our kids were young to give them an opportunity to be responsible for something and to learn about business and money in a fun way. Over the years the interest and demand for eggs was surprising and we wanted to oblige our customers so we continued to expand to where we are today.


5. Cilantro & Chive

Hours of Operation
Mon-Wed 11am – 9pm
Thurs-Fri 11am – 11pm
Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am – 9pm

(403) 782-2882

5021 50 Street
Lacombe, AB
T4L 1X9

About Cilantro & Chive

Fresh simple eats restaurant. Experience food and beverages inspired by the local suppliers and communities.

6. Lacombe Walk & Sweet Capone’s

Hours of Operation
Mon-Sat 7:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday Closed

(403) 789-7778

4912 50th Avenue
Lacombe, AB
T4L 1Y1

Explore Lacombe’s downtown and taste coffee and dessert at Sweet Capone’s.

About Sweet Capone’s

Sweet Capone’s is a family run business with strong Italian roots.  We are pleased to serve Lacombe and surrounding area, and to share with you a taste of our recipes that have been handed down for generations.


7. Troubled Monk Brewery

Hours of Operation
Mon-Tue: 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wed: 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thu: 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Fri: 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sat: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(403) 348-2378

5551 – 45th Street
Red Deer, AB
T4N 1L2

About the Troubled Monk

We are proudly located in Red Deer, Alberta in the heart of malt barley country! We poured our first pint from our 15 barrel brew house on June 12, 2015.

The brewing process relies on 4 main ingredients. Malt barley (or other grain), hops, yeast and water. The majority of the malt we use is locally grown in the fields of Alberta, but we also source malt from other parts of the world. We use Canadian hops whenever possible and also source hops from the US, Europe, and New Zealand. Our water is local Red Deer water (we filter it before we use it in our beer).

Please come and visit! Things in the back are always changing, and a tour is a great way to get better insight into how our delicious craft beer is brewed!

Here’s what you can look forward to…