Looking for a great way to spend a weekend? Try brewery hopping in Regina!
Now that the sun is here, take the opportunity to walk to each brewery – or if time isn’t on your side be sure to have a designated driver lined up ahead of time.
Thanks to our friends are Rebellion Brewing, here is a very simple guide to hitting up several craft breweries in Regina! So grab your shoes and join the Hop Circuit. With the whole loop only taking 30 minutes to bike and 1 hour and 39 minutes to walk there’s no reason not to!
Malty National has something for everyone! Don't drink beer? No problem! They share the space with 33 1/3 Roasters, which is perfect for your DD. Also, kids are welcome, with plenty of activities for children of all ages and juice boxes at the cost of a "please" and "thank you.” Patio seating is available!
Pilo O’Bones Brewing Company
Locals will immediately recognize the name as Regina’s unofficial nickname, which comes from the original Cree name for our city, oskana ka-asastēki, (often shortened to Wascana or Oskana).
Head out to the sunshine patio – and if you’re snackish, grab some delicious Mexican food from Malinche!
Bushwakker has been a staple of craft beer in Regina for decades. Located on Dewdney Avenue, this a favourite hangout after Rider games! However, we still love to stop by even without the games.
Enjoy this picturesque stop on the Hop Circuit! This beautiful raised patio has room for all and is located in the historic Weston’s Bread Factory.
You can even pick up a last-minute gift or memento on your way out.
District Brewing Company
With it’s internationally recognized and award-winning Brewmaster, District Brewing is a must-try. Stop by for a pint or grab one to take home! The staff is passionate about their beer – and helping you find the perfect brew. Join them for happy hour where they sample new beers or enjoy their current selection of award-winners!
The last stop on the tour is Rebellion Brewing! These rebels know the value of local ingredients and quality found here in Saskatchewan, and you can taste it in their beer. One of our favourite brews? Try the Lentil Cream Ale!
Check out how past Saskatchewanderers explore the craft brewing scene in YQR