2017-07-01. Cozy space feels like a tavern meets hotel bar with tiled floors and comfy booths. Reminded me of UK pub meets New York City tavern somehow? TV menu was cool but kept cycling through screens which made it hard to keep track of what I wanted to get in my sampling flight (I was getting tired which admittedly didn’t help!) Server was friendly but a touch distracted by a more social table and fending off the advances of an inebriated lover of Rochefort. Food menu looked good. We weren’t super hungry so we shared a small cheddar ale soup (We should have got the large! So good!) and an order of beerogies, which were tasty. They had a great range of local beers - not all of which are great unfortunately but that’s what we were looking to try for the most part - and some imports. It was super quiet when we were there, but there was a big CFL game on and Canada Day events and fireworks downtown which likely had something to do with it. Nice spot, worth a visit while in town.
Really nice location, with multiple rooms and styles. Service was bad, substituted drinks without asking and on top of which mixed up all the names. Prices for food was high, but it was very good. Beer prices are high, which seems normal for this area. Sampler available. If this is the best, I feel sorry for locals.
The beer selection here is fantastic. By far the best in Regina. The food is fresh, brilliant and tasty. A classy, interesting, gastropub in the heart of Regina. The presence of this pub makes me want to go back to Regina, and I can’t really say that about a lot of others things there.
This place was great. Very knowledgable staff who actually love beer. The food is excellent and unique. The beer selection offers a nice range of microbrews; the best selections of West Canadian microbrews I’ve seen anywhere. Also a good selection of bottles. A must visit location in Regina.
Great selection for Regina. Food is usually good, as is the service. Nice front deck for the summer. Only thing keeping me from going here all the time are the prices. Expect to pay $8-$10 for most beer. Beer menu on website rarely seems to match what they have.
Great Restaurant/Bar with loads of unique beers. Lots of the cuisine is infused with the actual beer and pairings suggested with dishes are fantastic.
Staff are very friendly and can talk your ear off about any beer you can think of.
Recommended by a local during my recent travels. A great selection of western Canadian micro brews (both bottle and on tap). An extremely friendly and knowledgeable staff that coupled with outstanding food made for a few good nights. I would highly encourage a visit!
A nice selection of beers, and the food is fantastic. I especially like some of the food/beer pairing recommendations that you can get from the serving staff. It is VERY expensive. For two people and a few drinks, you are looking at $100.