Beyond the Grape provides customers with one of the most unique and enjoyable wine bottling experiences in the world and never stops trying to make things better.
They use the high grade synthetic corks, quality peel & stick labels, four head bottle fillers, automatic corkers, automatic bottle sanitizer and most importantly award winning wine kits. Plus, Beyond the Grape offers exceptional customer service and many years of experience. They enjoy sharing their experience with the home wine, beer, cider & mead makers and carry a full line up of equipment and supplies to assist in producing the best fermented beverages at home. For the at home craft brewers their beer products are awarding winning. They even rent brewing space.
All these things coupled with Beyond the Grape’s beautiful location at 3030 St. Johns Street, Port Moody and high level of cleanliness makes them a place you can feel proud to make your wine at.
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Fresh Collective is the life work of Laura-Jean Bernhardson. She has spent 20 years in the fashion industry working with great passion and has created a unique and exciting fashion experience for customers. Fresh Collective specializes in locally made fashion and accessories and contributes to the culture of Toronto by nurturing the growth of independent designers. They offer unique products as well as excellent service.
Jesse Kline (CFIB representative) (left) and
Laura-Jean Bernhardson (Fresh Collective owner)
Fresh Collective has grown to 3 stores in Toronto:
- 692 Queen St. W.
- 274 Augusta Ave. in Kensingtson Market
- 401 Roncesvalles Ave. in Roncesvalles Village
If you are in one of these areas drop by and have a look around. You can also check out Fresh Collective on the Shop Small Biz website.
Jesse Kline is Fresh Collective’s CFIB representative. If you are a small business owner on the west side of Toronto (or east to Parliament if you’re north of Carlton) who is interested in learning more about CFIB or Shop Small Biz, please contact Jesse at email@example.com. If you aren’t in the area, please check out cfib.ca online or visit the Shop Small Biz directory, Canada’s only online directory that’s exclusive to small business and completely free to list.