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Beautiful Beamsville! This stunning community in the town of Lincoln contains century-old brick buildings, an old-fashioned downtown area with barbershops, women’s dress shops, a bakery, a print shop, restaurants, banks, and other businesses, contains plenty of fruitful orchards and stunning vineyards.

A short list of Beamsville wineries include; Malivoire, Fielding Estate Winery, Hidden Bench Estate Winery, Organized Crime Winery, Thirty Bench, Angel’s Gate, Peninsula Ridge, Cave Spring Cellars, Daniel Lenko Estate Winery, Magnotta, Mountain Road Winery, Legends Estates, Megalomaniac winery, and Crown Bench.

Beamsville, Ontario was named after Jacob Beam (1728-1812), a United Empire Loyalist. Both of his homes, the original one located on the Thirty Mile Creek, as well as the one near downtown Beamsville, are still intact today.


In 1898, hockey players in the town of Beamsville were the first to make use of a hockey net!