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Our Famous Bushwakker Beers

The Bushwakker brews 12 year round beers, over 25 seasonal beers as well as our famous Blackberry Mead which is released on the first Saturday of each December. The brewery has undergone a number of expansions since 1991 to meet the growing demand. Bushwakker beers have taken home 21 national awards and three international awards. We choose to focus on traditional Lager and Ale styles and get creative with our rotating fruit beers and specialty casks presented at our monthly First Firkin Friday events. Being a brewpub and not a microbrewery, most of our beer is sold for in-house consumption and in our little offsale cooler at the end of the bar. Quality – not quantity!

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It was exactly two years ago today that Vladimir Putin lied to the world and ordered his Russian soldiers amassed on the Ukrainian border to invade. He said he had simply gathered his troops to conduct military exercises and that he had no intention of entering Ukraine. He waited until the Olympic Games were over and then advanced his troops. The world was in shock at how an act so heinous could take place in this day and age.
The brutality and disrespect for human life displayed by the Russian soldiers as well as their leader came into sharp focus. Thousands of casualties have taken place on both sides including innocent civilians. Eastern cities in Ukraine have been extensively damaged or completely destroyed. Over six million refugees fled the country, while an estimated eight million others were displaced as a result of this “special operation.”
The severe impact of Putin’s war caused a global economic disaster. It came at a point when the world was attempting to recover following two devastating years of the pandemic and businesses were facing uncertain supply chains as they tried to meet resurging demand for goods and services. Russia’s attack on Ukraine placed a further squeeze on critical food and energy supplies. This was the result of reduced output from both countries and sanctions on Russia. Costs climbed triggering inflation rates that far outpace wage growth. This cost of living crisis has diminished the health and wellbeing of people around the world, especially for the poorest, and increased the risk of famine.
Your Bushwakker, like many restaurants, has been struggling to find qualified employees since the pandemic. Putin’s war ultimately brought many Ukrainians to Canada and even to Regina. We are very fortunate to currently have five employees from Ukraine working in our brewpub. In a time when good help is hard to find, they have proven to be valuable additions to our team. We look forward to the day when the war is over and they can return home. But in the meantime, we are very proud to have them in our Bushwakker family. Slava Ukraini! #bushwakkerbrewpub
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It was exactly two years ago today that Vladimir Putin lied to the world and ordered his Russian soldiers amassed on the Ukrainian border to invade. He said he had simply gathered his troops to conduct military exercises and that he had no intention of entering Ukraine. He waited until the Olympic Games were over and then advanced his troops. The world was in shock at how an act so heinous could take place in this day and age.
The brutality and disrespect for human life displayed by the Russian soldiers as well as their leader came into sharp focus. Thousands of casualties have taken place on both sides including innocent civilians. Eastern cities in Ukraine have been extensively damaged or completely destroyed. Over six million refugees fled the country, while an estimated eight million others were displaced as a result of this “special operation.”
The severe impact of Putin’s war caused a global economic disaster. It came at a point when the world was attempting to recover following two devastating years of the pandemic and businesses were facing uncertain supply chains as they tried to meet resurging demand for goods and services. Russia’s attack on Ukraine placed a further squeeze on critical food and energy supplies. This was the result of reduced output from both countries and sanctions on Russia. Costs climbed triggering inflation rates that far outpace wage growth. This cost of living crisis has diminished the health and wellbeing of people around the world, especially for the poorest, and increased the risk of famine.
Your Bushwakker, like many restaurants, has been struggling to find qualified employees since the pandemic. Putin’s war ultimately brought many Ukrainians to Canada and even to Regina. We are very fortunate to currently have five employees from Ukraine working in our brewpub. In a time when good help is hard to find, they have proven to be valuable additions to our team. We look forward to the day when the war is over and they can return home. But in the meantime, we are very proud to have them in our Bushwakker family. Slava Ukraini! #bushwakkerbrewpub

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Thank you Bushwakker for standing with Ukraine 🇺🇦 🙏 💛💙

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Slava Ukraini 🇺🇦

Two years already 😔

Look who’s in his glory! Today’s Blues event emcee, Jeff “Redbeard” Corbett, is surrounded by fellow music lovers whilst enjoying a slice of his namesake REDBEARD’S CHOCOLATE CARAMEL CINNAMON BUN CHEESECAKE! Come on down for a nice big slice or get one to go! #cakewakker #reginasnumberonelivemusicfan #celebratelocal ... See MoreSee Less

Look who’s in his glory! Today’s Blues event emcee, Jeff “Redbeard” Corbett, is  surrounded by fellow music lovers whilst enjoying a slice of his namesake REDBEARD’S CHOCOLATE CARAMEL CINNAMON BUN CHEESECAKE!  Come on down for a nice big slice or get one to go! #cakewakker #reginasnumberonelivemusicfan  #celebratelocal

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Good ol’ Cheesecake.

I thought that was Fred Penner until I read the caption!

A jam-packed house for our Saturday Afternoon Blues Showcase! The acoustic line-up of LONG LIVE THE GLORY has captivated the room. The Handsome Grains are up next. Get ready for 11 musicians commanding our stage! #packedwakker #blueswakker #celebrate local ... See MoreSee Less

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First Firkin Friday

‘Twas a full house for last week’s February Pre-Valentine’s edition of First Firkin Friday! Birthday boy, William felt pretty confident he could tap the firkin of CHOCOLATE & DARK FRUIT - INFUSED FLEK’S CZECH DARK LAGER in one mighty blow. Respect the keg William…respect the keg. #bushwakkerbrewpub #firstfirkinfriday #topsontripadvisor #supportlocal #yqrdrinks #soulofthecity #exploresask #therealsaskatchewanbrewpubexperience

First Firkin Friday 25 Year Edition!

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Cheryl's Tribute - CBC

After 31 years of service as the Bushwakker floor manager, Cheryl Tovey has hung up her Bushwakker apron for the last time. This CBC Saskatchewan video showcases some of the highlights of her outstanding service career which certainly contributed to The Bushwakker’s success!

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Blackberry Mead Countdown

We look forward to another fantastic annual Bushwakker Mead Day! Thanks to all of you who take part in our annual holiday season kickoff year after year. You make this longstanding tradition a true Saskatchewan phenomenon! #bushwakkerbrewpub #MeadDay2024

2024 Blackberry Mead Release
December 7th, 2024.

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The Wakker Weekly Newsletter

There is so much going on at the Bushwakker that it is tough to keep track of it all. Subscribe to our weekly electronic newsletter to keep up to date on upcoming Bushwakker events, upcoming Bushwakker beer and guest import beer offerings, local, national and international beer news, humour column and daily kitchen specials for the upcoming week! READ THIS WEEK'S WAKKER WEEKLY

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The Bushwakker Kitchen

The Bushwakker Brewpub kitchen has a set menu, seasonal specials and daily specials. Several dishes on the Bushwakker menu are made with the finest fresh Bushwakker beer. The Bushwakker philosophy that it must offer the very best, and that means everything possible must be prepared to the highest standards by Bushwakker staff within the Bushwakker, not only applies to the brewery, it also applies to the kitchen. Bushwakker kitchen staff arrive every workday morning by 7:00am, preparing meals for the day from basic ingredients. That is why Bushwakker fish and chips, nachos, hamburgers, fries and many other dishes are known to local customers to be simply the best you can get anywhere!
THIS WEEKS DAILY SPECIALS
our full menu
our gluten free menu

Bushwakker Upcoming Event Calendar

See what special events and live music performances are coming your way!

Brewpub Awards

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Hours of Operation:

Monday to Thursday:
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

The kitchen closes at 9:00 PM and last call is at 9:15 PM

Fridays & Saturdays:
11:00 AM – Midnight

The kitchen is open until 11:00 PM and last call will be at 11:15 PM

Closed Sundays 

 
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BUSHWAKKER BREWING COMPANY LTD.
2206 DEWDNEY AVE
REGINA, SK, CANADA
PHONE: 306·359·7276

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