Issue #1585 – Posted on: 14-June-2021

Phase Two of the Saskatchewan Re-Opening Roadmap Plan starts on June 20th. Although tables will still be required to be two meters apart, we will be able to accommodate groups larger than six people. If you wish to bring in a larger group, please call ahead at 306-359-7276 so we can be ensure the adequate space needed to keep both your group and those around you safely spread apart. We are moving in the right direction folks! Phase Three is on track to start on July 11th. Keep up the good work everyone and thanks for your support!

BREWERY “HOP”PENINGS! Bushwakker Head brewer, Michael Gaetz, reports our new Mexican Lime RadlerTart Cherry & Raspberry Fruit BeerRed Currant Ale, Chinook ESB seasonal brews and even a few two litre bottles of Sarsaparilla are currently available in our offsale cooler. Our brand new Mango Radler is also on tap and in our offsale cooler. There are also many other beers available including a West Coast IPA, Irish Red Ale, Brown, Blonde, Pilsener, Vienna, Pale Ale and a Porter. Growler fills and keg fills are also available!


Following in the footsteps of our popular Mexican Lime Radler, our brand new MANGO RADLER is now on tap and in our offsale cooler! Yet another bright, crisp and quenching fruit beer to keep you cool this June.


In addition to taking our beer home in glass bottles and 2 litre jugs direct from our pub, you can find a varying selection of 650 ml bottles of Bushwakker beer in ALL SIX REGINA SLGA stores.

Our June PREMIUM WINE FEATURES are the FINALLY! wines from France. The red is a Shiraz. The white is a Sauvignon Blanc. Both are $8.50 for a glass and $22.95 for a half litre.

This Weekend’s Special Dining Feature on June 11th and 12th is SMOKED ST. LOUIS RIBS  for $19.95. Our Saturday CLASSIC STEAK & A PINT SPECIAL will also be available. Our Monday and Wednesday WINGS & A PINT SPECIAL and Tuesday PIZZA & A PINT SPECIAL are also a great value deal.


We’re hiring! As the number of tables being permitted in restaurants slowly continues to rise, so does our need for talented experienced kitchen team members. If you take pride in preparing food in a scratch-style kitchen, check out the pace of our talented kitchen crew in this video:   If you like what you see, stop by with your resume!


The Bushwakker Local Arts Wall for the month of June features a timely and unique project from Saskatchewan artist, PATTI SHAW. Her artist biography is as follows:

Hello, my name is Patti Shaw. My company’s name is Shaw Shades. I’m from Ontario originally but now live in Weyburn. I come from a long line of great eclectic artists who continue to embrace new mediums to add to our growing lists of art.

Normally I’m knee deep in acrylic art but since the pandemic, I’ve keep myself extremely busy sewing fitted face masks. Since I had four totes of material from quilting I thought I would make myself some. People saw them and asked me to make them some too and so on. Through many, many long hours of sewing I’ve made over 7000 masks and have mailed them everywhere from Nova Scotia to BC. I have been very lucky to have found the large amount of fabric that I did. I started out with just making adult masks and then moved to four different sizes to accommodate all who have needed them. I sell them out of my home, online on Facebook and at our local market. I’ve sold and donated over 6000 in the past year. I have a huge variety of masks depicting many sports teams, Baby Yoda, Muppets, Pokémon, animals, Minecraft, Disney and TV shows as seen in my “Crazy Mask Guy” sculpture. Customers wanting to place an order can send me a private message or a text. Pictures can be seen on at


Our brand new Bushwakker Online Ordering Page is now live on our website! You can order everything from our food menu as well as our Bushwakker brews and even select the time you’d like to pick up your order. Visit and give it a try! Of course, you can continue to place your orders by calling us at 306-359-7276. We still love to hear your friendly voices. Thanks for your support everyone!



The province has entered into Phase One of the Saskatchewan Re-Opening Roadmap Plan and as a result our Hours of Operation have changed. We are now open Monday to Saturday at 11:00 AM and close at 10:00 PM. Kitchen closes at 9:00 PM. We are still closed on Sundays at this time. We are very appreciative of the considerable increase in the number of our takeout food orders. Call us at 306-359-7276 or visit our online ordering page at

We appreciate your business very much! Due to our reduced seating capacity, we ask that customers limit their dining time so as many people as possible can comfortably enjoy our Real Saskatchewan Brewpub Experience, especially if we have a line-up! Thank you for your co-operation. Because we do not have many tables to spare for customers to use while they wait for their takeout orders, we kindly ask you place your orders ahead of time by calling us at 306-359-7276 so that we can have your order ready upon your arrival. We have added additional waiting spaces in our back common area. Just stand on a red “X” and we will bring your takeout order to you as soon as it is ready. We also can provide curbside pickup. Just let us know when you will be arriving at out back door and we’ll run it out to you.

We ask that our customers do not alter the position of our tables. We are required by the Saskatchewan Health Authority to have our tables placed two meters apart. We have measured the correct spacing so that we can maximize the numbers of tables present while complying with this health order. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Reservations are accepted and encouraged.  We accept limited reservations as late as 6:00 PM from Monday to Saturday. Call at 306-359-7276 to secure your table. Please note under the current provincial guidelines the maximum number of people who can be seated at the same table has increased to six. Larger reservations must occupy more than one table and maintain two meters of physical distancing between each table. These measures will continue to loosen up as the province enters into Phase Two of the 2021 Reopening Roadmap Plan on June 20th.

Please continue to practice safe health and social distancing practices. Remain connected to one another and to us! In addition to this weekly newsletter, we are very active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Check-in with us often as we navigate these continually evolving times together. Try to support local businesses whenever possible. Be vigilant in your resolve to protect yourselves which in turn will protect others. Please don’t let your guard DOWN so the province can open back UP!

Regina’s Tourism is Getting a post-Covid Boost Using Tech

From The Brewer’s Journal

Regina’s brewers have teamed up to create a Hop Circuit brewery tour in the city to boost its tourism.

Rebellion Brewing’s Hop Circuit is a collaborative brewery tour of the city’s six craft beer makers — Bushwakker, District Brewing, Malty National, Pile O’ Bones, Rebellion and Warehouse Brewing.

“They’re kind of all located relatively central to downtown Regina. And it’s real easy; you visit each one and you get yourself a stamp, like a tour pass … If you complete the circuit you get a beautiful Experience Regina glass,” said Rebellion owner Mark Heise.

Heise says the circuit is a good way for Reginans to ease back into visiting their favourite local spots as the summer months approach.

“As businesses and tourism-focused businesses, we all want to come racing back, but you know there’s a little bit of trepidation on our part. It sounds weird, but it’s almost like we have to retrain our staff and ourselves,” Heise said.

Part of the circuit is to be able to tell the unique stories about Regina. The Experience Regina glass is the brewery’s unique take on an oft-shared, mock video and song of the same name.

Those who don’t use Rebellion’s map can also use a digital application created by local technology company, Krugo.

TIME OUTChurch Humour

These sentences (BLOOPERS) actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced in church services:

The Fasting & Prayer Conference includes meals.

The sermon this morning: ‘Jesus Walks on the Water.’ The sermon tonight: ‘Searching for Jesus.’

Ladies, don’t forget the rummage sale. It’s a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house. Bring your husbands.

Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our community. Smile at someone who is hard to love. Say ‘Hell’ to someone who doesn’t care much about you.

Don’t let worry kill you off – let the Church help.

Miss Charlene Mason sang ‘I will not pass this way again,’ giving obvious pleasure to the congregation.

For those of you who have children and don’t know it, we have a nursery downstairs.

Next Thursday there will be tryouts for the choir. They need all the help they can get.


We have four sizes of kegs available and can even fill your kegs with fresh Bushwakker beer with only 24 hours notice. Call 306-359-7276 to get yours!