Mill Street Brew Pub
The historic Thompson-Perkins Mill is a prominent landmark within the LeBreton Flats area and the Ottawa River islands. The heritage building was one of the first grist mills to be built at the Chaudière Falls, and is the oldest surviving stone mill building in Ottawa. Built in 1842, the mill pays homage to the rich Canadian history of brewing, as brewery and distillery operations have flourished in the vicinity of the Flats and Chaudière Island over centuries. The site and building offer unique views of the Capital, attractive access to the Ottawa River and exemplify the history and industrial heritage of Canada’s Capital Region.