Glass Rooster Cannery
1673 South State Route 605 Sunbury, Ohio 43074
A sustainable farm and licensed cannery, bringing simpler days back to life one event at a time.
Attention! We will be closed on Saturday, June 18 to celebrate Father’s Day. Happy Father’s Day to all you great Dads out there, and especially to Bill, outstanding father of five forever children and “adopted” father to many more.
Join us in the Cannery kitchen to learn modern homesteading practices, including home preserving, soap making, cooking with herbs, bread making, and up-cycled functional art. Wander through our restored barns full of Ohio-made art and antiques. Walk around the gardens while learning about sustainable agriculture practices or relax by the glass bottle mosaic wall and enjoy the pond and permaculture. Conveniently located twenty minutes north of Columbus.
You will find an array of local art and antiques in our Barn shops, and more than 150 varieties of artisan canned goods made onsite in our country store. Canning and homesteading equipment is available.
Hours: Daily, Monday-Saturday, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Please call for winter hours before April 1.
OR STOP IN BY APPOINTMENT OR CHANCE. CALL 614-499-2958 OR 740-815-4324.
Coming this year! Farmer’s Market on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month starting in July! Want to be a vendor? Email email@example.com for information!
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Learn to can any time of the year, be ready for the first fruits of spring!
The Cannery is in full swing year-round and offering regular instructional opportunities. We create classes on demand. Our goal is to empower our students to feel confident to repeat the recipes and process at home. Check out our calendar for current class offerings or choose your own date with friends.
Our introductory canning class, “We CAN! Water Bath 101” focuses on waterbath canning with a discussion of history and safety principles. We can an in-season product and each student takes home a jar of finished product. All supplies are provided, tasting is encouraged. We also offer classes on gardening, pressure canning, cheese making, soap making, pasta and bread, and more!
Cooking Classes and Events are available upon request for groups of six or more. How about “Appetizers for Dinner”, “Artisan Bread Baking”, “Dehydrating: Healthy and Unique Meals and Snacks”, “Fermenting: Nature’s Probiotics”, “Horseradish” or “Wine and Cheese Making”? Classes are designed to meet the interests of the participants.
Catering from the Cannery!
Consider the Cannery for a homemade lunch, delivered or for pick up. Our meals are created with the freshest seasonal products available, sourced locally and responsibly.
Gift Certificates available! Great gifts for the hard to buy for! We offer gift certificates good for both classes and Cannery goods.
Please call Jeannie @614-499-2958 or Rachel @614-499-7626 for more information and/or to schedule a class.
Check out what other people are saying about the Cannery!
The Metropreneur, January 2016:
Columbus Monthly, July 2015: Editor’s Choice: Best of Columbus
Midwest Living: One of 2014’s Top Five Teaching Kitchens in the Midwest
Strawberry Marmalade voted among best recipes of 2014
Feature, Fox News Good Day columbus:
From the Columbus Dispatch:
From Marilou Suszko, Food Writer:
From Midwest Living:
On Catering, Friends of the Trail Bike Ride, 2014
The lunch back at Northside Fellowship Church was homemade and perfect and delicious and the women that served the meal were awesome and so much fun to talk to.”
“Thanks for a great ride! The food was fabulous! The best I’ve tasted in decades.
This place is awesome! Very quaint but with a modern, spotless kitchen. My son and I stopped out of curiosity, thinking it was a place to buy canned goods and the normal touristy things. We were pleasantly surprised. It is unique and very much needed in these times of doing it yourself. I’ve canned for many years. My mother taught me. But there are things I don’t know how to do such as making jam and using the pressure cooker. I plan on taking classes for these. I also work in our high school kitchen so I know what a good kitchen should look like. Very impressed, so glad we stopped. And the owners are very nice people!!