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5 Breweries to Visit on Your Pub Crawl in Regina, Saskatchewan

Updated: Sep 27, 2023

Regina's craft beer scene is bubbling with creativity and flavour, making it an attractive destination for beer enthusiasts. As you embark on a brewery tour of Regina, you'll not only savour exceptional craft beers but also immerse yourself in the vibrant neighbourhoods that house these unique establishments. From historic warehouses to cozy hangouts and sunny patios, Regina's breweries offer a diverse range of flavours and atmospheres for you to explore and enjoy. Whether you're a seasoned beer connoisseur or just looking for a fun day out, these are the breweries you have to visit.



Pile O' Bones Brewing Co.

The most raved about local craft beer in Regina has to be the Pile O' Bones White IPA and here you can get it from the source. This brewery has come a long way from its humble beginnings, starting out in a bar's basement and now occupying a large space on Saskatchewan Drive (across from Mosaic Stadium) with a fun atmosphere, spacious taproom filled with pinball machines and outdoor patio. IPAs may be what POB is most known for, and you can get a flight full of them if that's what you are into, but you will also find a wide variety of beer styles from blonde and wheat ales, to porters and stouts. There is even a gose in the line up! Trust me, these guys know beer.



Malty National Brewing Corp.

Nestled between Regina's vibrant downtown and tranquil Wascana Park, Malty National Brewing Corp has become a beloved neighbourhood hangout. You'll find a cozy, rustic ambiance where you can savour your beer in comfort, often accompanied by live music and friendly locals. The beer itself is often some of the most unique concoctions you'll find in the city and what is offered is always changing. Open your mind and get ready to try something new and awesome!



District Brewing Co.

In the heart of Regina's trendy Warehouse District you'll find District Brewing Company. While they are most known for their commitment to crafting refreshing, high-quality lagers, there are a variety of other styles on the menu which change with the seasons. The brewery's taproom is a lively, inviting space where you can learn about the brewing process and in the summer, their patio is the ideal spot to sip and sample. On a hot day, I highly recommend the 4.0% ABV Lemon Ginger Radler, made with locally sourced honey.



Rebellion Brewing Co.

Conveniently located on the Dewdney Strip, just on the southern edge of the Warehouse District, Rebellion is an essential stop on your pub crawl or night out. If sours are your style, this is where you will find the largest selection in the city. Excite your palette with flavours like pineapple, peach, cherry and watermelon. Rebellion does flights right - offering 6 tasters for $16. This brewery often hosts events and live music, creating a dynamic social hub for beer enthusiasts looking for a unique experience. They also have a free brewery tour on Saturdays.



Regina Brewing

Regina Brewing Co. (formerly known as Warehouse Brewing) completes the triangle of great breweries within a 2 block radius, so it's perfect if proximity is a priority. Of course, they offer an excellent selection of premium beers, but their expansive food menu and daily specials make it the ideal spot to hit when it's time to replenish. The brewery's welcoming taproom is adorned with historical nods to Regina's past, creating an environment where you can appreciate both the beer and the city's heritage.



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