Issue #1694 – Posted on: 17-July-2023

BREWERY “HOPP”ENINGS! Bushwakker Head brewer, Michael Gaetz, reports that our seasonally available KAIS MUNICH HELLES, HONEY THISTLE WIT, BOMBAY IPA, SASKADIAN BLACK IPA and MARRY BERRY BLONDE ALE and are currently available. Our FLEK’S CZECH DARK LAGER, GRANNY’S BITTER, and TANGERINE DREAM FRUIT BEER are currently working their way through the brewery.


Summer Football Pilsner Sale! We are selling 650ml bottles of our beautiful Bohemian Pilsner for $5 each! This is one of our most amazing lagers ever and has aged wonderfully. Now available at a great price. Come and get it!


This Weekend’s Special Dining Feature for July 14th and 15th is a CALGARY BURGER & a PINT for $23.95. Our Saturday CLASSIC STEAK & A PINT SPECIAL as well as our Monday and Wednesday WINGS & A PINT SPECIAL and Tuesday PIZZA & A PINT SPECIAL are also great value deals.

Our SASK CRAFT GUEST TAP is currently pouring a NEW ENGLAND IPA from Swift Current’s Black Bridge Brewery. Next up is the 2023 Saskatchewan Craft Brewers Association’s annual collaboration brew, a YUZU PALE ALE.

JULY PREMIUM WINE FEATURES: This month’s wine features are the FAT BASTARD WINES from France. The red wine is their SHIRAZ and the white wine is their SAUVIGNON BLANC. Both are $8.50 for a glass and $22.95 for a half litre.


You know its summer when our Belgian Wheat Beer, HONEY THISTLE WIT, is on tap and in our offsale. This super refreshing quencher is made with malted and unmalted wheat, coriander, dried orange peel, grains of paradise and secret spices. Enjoy while quantities last!


Last week saw the July edition of First Firkin Friday and the maiden voyage of the FLYING FIRKIN Mark 1. CBC News was on hand to capture the grand spectacle of piper, keg procession and remote-controlled flying firkin! The Mark 2 blimp will more closely resemble a flying keg. ‘Tis a work in progress!


We are open Monday – Thursday from 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM. The kitchen closes at 9:00 PM and last call is at 9:15 PM. Fridays and Saturdays we are open from 11:00 AM until midnight. The kitchen is open until 11:00 PM and last call is at 11:15 PM. Closed Sundays.

Reservations are accepted and encouraged. We accept a limited number of reservations as late as 6:00 PM every day except Fridays. Fridays we accept reservations as late as 3:00 PM. Call us at 306-359-7276 to secure your table. Our two banquet rooms are also available for private party rentals. Call Kelly at 306-359-7276 to book either our main floor Arizona Room or basement Clubroom.

Brand-New Craft Brewery Debuts in Saskatoon

From Brewers Journal Canada

It’s always thrilling to see new food and beverage businesses opening in Saskatchewan, and City Limits Brewing is the most recent microbrewery to do so.

This new brewery was under construction in January and debuted in late May 2023. It is affiliated with and controlled by Stumbletown Distilling.

Four beers make up its inaugural beer lineup: a light beer, an IPA, another England IPA, and a raspberry lime sour.  Many other seasonal brews are on the way.  All of these beers are available at the brewery, but Saskatoon residents should soon be able to find the cans at several neighbourhood liquor stores as well.

This weekend’s formal opening celebration for City Limits Brewing will follow in the footsteps of owner Craig Holland, who has a history of incorporating regional producers and artists into his Stumbletown Distilling location.

“On July 8th we’re pulling out all of the stops and having a party to celebrate the birth of Saskatoon’s newest brewery,” says Holland in the event’s announcement on social media. “Bring your kids! Bring your dog! Bring your wallet! The tunes and the good times are free but you have to pay for the beer!”


A woman asks a man, “Do you drink beer?”
Man: Yeah.
Woman: How many beers a day?
Man: Usually about 3.
Woman: How much do you pay per beer?
Man: $5.00, including the tip.
Woman: And how long have you been drinking?
Man: About 20 years, I suppose.
Woman: So a beer costs $5 and you have 3 beers a day which puts your spending each month at $450. In one year, it would be approximately $5400, correct?
Man: Correct.
Woman: If in 1 year you spend $5400, not accounting for inflation, the past 20 years puts your spending at $108,000, correct?
Man: Correct.
Woman: Do you know that if you didn’t drink so much beer, that money could have been put in a step-up interest savings account and after accounting for compound interest for the past 20 years, you could have now bought a Ferrari?
Man: Do you drink beer?
Woman: No.
Man: What color is your Ferrari?