In 1760, this beautiful part of the Annapolis Valley was known as Lunn's Mill, named after the major industry in the area: a bustling sawmill owned by John Lunn. Around this time, the Charming Molly set sail from New England carrying the first New England Planters. These intrepid people helped expand the community with farms and shops and in 1822 it was renamed Lawrencetown. We have 10 rotating taps of local craft beer and cider. Most beer is brewed on site, but we also feature other great selections from around Nova Scotia. Try a sampler flight, grab a glass of your favourite, or take a growler home with you. We also offer a simple menu of eclectic entrees and shareable snacks.