THE WAKKER WEEKLY
Issue #1592 – Posted on: 02-August-2021
BREWERY “HOP”PENINGS! Bushwakker Head brewer, Michael Gaetz, reports our new Mexican Lime Radler, Mango Radler and even a few two litre bottles of Sarsaparilla are currently available in our offsale cooler. Our brand new Pink Guavabuster Ale is also on tap and in our offsale cooler and Summer Wheat will be back shortly! 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!
Much thanks for your enthusiastic support in the 2021 BEST OF FOOD REGINA AWARDS! You graced us with NINE top place awards this year including Best: Brewpub, Pub Overall, Covid-Adapted Restaurant, Business Lunch, Beer Selection, Nachos, Pub Pizzas, Local Burgers AND Local Fries! Our 30 years of longevity and success is greatly due to our legion of devoted Bushwakker fans!
Our August 6th edition of First “Firkin-esque” Friday will see a SASKATOON BERRY WHEAT BEER come on tap at 11:00 AM. No shenanigans this month but our traditional First Firkin Fridays will return on September 3rd complete with the piper, the procession, the presentation and the pomp and circumstance!
On Friday, August 6th our beloved Riders will return to Mosaic Stadium and host the BC Lions at 7:30. Be sure to stop by The Bushwakker before, after or even during the game and enjoy our gourmet BC BURGER & A PINT Special for only $19.95. Come “devour” the competition!
Our GUEST TAP is once again flowing! We are currently pouring the SUN SEEKER HAZY IPA from Saskatoon’s Paddock Wood Brewing. Next up is the OAT SESSION ALE from Black Bridge Brewing in Swift Current. This will be followed by a HOPPY WIT from 9 Mile Legacy Brewing.
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 August PREMIUM WINE FEATURES celebrate Canadian wines! The red is Ontario’s Don’t Poke The Bear Cabernet Baco Noir. The white is B.C.’s Quail’s Gate Chenin Blanc. Both are $8.95 for a glass and $23.95 for a half litre.
This Weekend’s Special Dining Feature on July 30th and 31st is CAJUN BUTTER STEAK for $22.95. 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.
Much thanks to Robin Speer for snapping this great pic of our Strathdee Building just before last Thursday night’s storm. Sunshine and lollipops to the north…lions, tigers and bears to the south!
We are excited to be in Phase Three of the Saskatchewan Re-Opening Roadmap Plan! Greater seating capacity and the return to normal hours of operation means we are looking for more experienced cooks and serving staff. Stop by and see us with your resume today or apply at https://bushwakker.com/apply/
Lots of folks have been jumping on the Hop Circuit this summer to visit Regina’s six participating craft breweries! Check out this new video at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DJZfsmxaNdfwvNww1QrwpB7Za5WCLBMU?usp=sharing from Regina’s own Tandem X Visuals to see how much fun it is to collect your stamps and claim your free Experience Regina glass!
Our 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 https://bushwakker.com/shop-2021/ 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!
BUSHWAKKER “PHASE THREE NEW NORMAL” NOTES
We are now open regular hours. We are open Monday – Thursday from 11:00 AM – midnight. The kitchen closes at 10:30 PM and last call is at11:15 PM. On Fridays and Saturdays we are open from 11:00 AM until 1:00 AM. The kitchen is open until 11:30 PM and last call will be at 12:15 AM. We will open on Sundays in September. 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 https://bushwakker.com/shop-2021/
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. Sunday opening will recommence in September. Call us at 306-359-7276 to secure your table. We are now also able to accommodate larger groups. Our two banquet rooms are also available for private parties. Call Kelly at 306-359-7276 to book either our main floor Arizona Room or basement Clubroom.
Please continue to practice safe health measures. 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.
A priest, a doctor, and an engineer were waiting one morning for a particularly slow group of golfers. The engineer fumed, “What’s with those guys? We must have been waiting for fifteen minutes!”
The doctor chimed in, “I don’t know, but I’ve never seen such inept golf!”
The priest said, “Here comes the green-keeper. Let’s have a word with him.”
He said, “Hello George, what’s wrong with that group ahead of us? They’re rather slow, aren’t they?”
The green-keeper replied, “Oh, yes. That’s a group of blind firemen. They lost their sight saving our clubhouse from a fire last year, so we always let them play for free anytime.”
The group fell silent for a moment.
The priest said, “That’s so sad. I think I will say a special prayer for them tonight.”
The doctor said, “Good idea. I’m going to contact my ophthalmologist colleague and see if there’s anything he can do for them.”
The engineer said, “Why can’t they play at night?”
As a Craft Beer Pioneer, Bushwakker has served as an inspiration for many. We all know who the original vision was for one of Saskatchewan’s premium English Bitter Ales!