A very well done interior, kind of rustic with lots of wood and interesting artwork. The beers available are good to outstanding. Service was very good and the food was also great. Would definitely like to go back in the near future.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | September 11, 2014
Wow, busy place! Situated in a cool old building (that survived a fire back in the day), the pub has an open and homey feel, with lots of natural wood. Decor is various breweriana and some featured local artist photography (very nice). The beer here is solid to excellent, and Mitch the brewmaster definitely knows his craft. The tour with Mitch was very enjoyable. The servers were all excellent. Didn’t get a chance to try anything from the food menu.
I have frequented this establishement since 1993 and have lived across Canada (military) but have yet to come across a place were the craft beer, service, food, and ambiance are this good. It is always a great experience returning and having whatever their awesome brewers have crafted up or selected externally.
This is a large, enjoyable brewpub with decent food. In a place this large I guess it’s inevitable that not all the servers will be extremely knowledgable about beer, but they were trying. The beer itself is decent, but not mindblowing. I’ve been to most of the good brewpubs within driving distance of Winnipeg (including Fitgers and Town Hall), and this one was pleasant and worth visiting but not on the top of my list. For Regina, it’s great, but I would recommend Beer Brothers ahead of it for both food and beer selection. Of course, this is the only place to try Bushwakker beer and some of it is quite good.
Nothing else like it in Regina. Very good but seldom explored bottle menu. They have a cheap import night on Thursday but that’s a misnomer since the bottles are only ¢50 off and still $8-$9. All around the best spot in the province
What a great place. A buddy and I shared the 16 beer sampler of their brewpub offerings and then I bought a few other more exceptional brews. The waitress was slow and had to ask us again what we had ordered. The bartender was awesome and gave me a fresh imperial ipa from the back instead of an older on. The bottles are overpriced, but expected for Saskatchewan. The food was pretty good too. Overall, a great place for some world class brews.
I own a brew pub in Montreal and loved this place. All beers I tasted are good. They had a seasonal with Raspberry and Blackberry "Ponce de Leon" that was great Loved their ESB and Bitter. I had the Pizza and a Pint of the day. It was fresh and tasted great.