Extensive damage has prevented firefighters from determining the cause of a fire that destroyed the smokehouse of Pialligo Farm Estate, home to Australia's best bacon, on Wednesday night.
But emergency services deemed it non-suspicious and have handed the premises back to the owners.
ACT Fire and Rescue spent Thursday morning extinguishing hot spots from the blaze.
They were initially called to the fire on the corner of Sheppard Street and Raws Crescent shortly before 6.40pm on Wednesday and arrived to find the business fully engulfed in fire.
No one was inside at the time and the fire was extinguished by 9pm, after fierce flames forced firefighters to battle most of it from outside the building.
Owner of the Smokehouse, Rowan Brennan said all the business' smoking was done at the smoke house, including their salmon, ham and award-winning bacon, and the facility also stocked wine and other goods for the Pialligo Estate Farmhouse restaurant.
Crews returned to the scene on Thursday morning to start investigations into the cause of the blaze.
"It was too dangerous to go inside the building at night and it has still been very hot from the fire," an ESA spokesman said.
ACT Fire and Rescue still have a small area around the building cordoned off so motorists travelling along Sheppard Street and Raws Crescent are asked to take extra care to ensure their safety and the safety of fire fighters.