The sequence of events that lead to the existence of what the Globe and Mail considers to be one of Canada's top five brewpubs, and what some beer hunters consider to be North America's best brewpub, including a regular from Florida, started in 1976 in Stuttgart, Germany. The Robertson family spent the year 1976/77 in that city while Bev was on sabbatical leave at the Universitãt der Stuttgart. He gradually learned to appreciate the local Dortmunder style of beer, but soon moved on to the locally produced premium Pilseners....READ MORE
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Ever wonder what a series of messy firkin tappings would like when set to Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture? Get ready for a symphonic suds-soaking experience!
We celebrated 25 years of award-winning beer and pub cuisine in January 2016. Enjoy this video outlining The Bushwakker history complete with interviews and images of staff and customers.
TripAdvisor is delighted to award Bushwakker Brewing Co the 2015 Certificate of Excellence. This achievement is a direct result of your consistently great reviews from TripAdvisor travelers.
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Before the Bushwakker opened in January 1991 we had already spent several years visiting others brewpubs and unique restaurants and North America, looking the best ideas for what was to be... THE BUSHWAKKER PHILOSOPHY
Before 1912 the corner of the Cornwall and Dewdney was occupied by a Chinese Laundry... MORE ABOUT OUR GHOST
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CJTR'S Jeff Corbett (Redbeard) helped Bushwakker compile a playlist strictly made up of Saskatchewan music. Lorena Kelly of SaskMusic helped with licensing.
Our award-winning beer can be enjoyed at home as well as in the pub. Available in single 650 ml bottles or six-packs. We encourage you to mix a six pack. Variety is the spice of life! Our beer is also available in four sizes of kegs. Perfect for any gathering large or small. If our beer is found under the WHAT'S ON TAP TODAY section of our website, then we should have it available for take home.
In response to growing demand we have recently expanded our seating capacity by 20%... MORE ABOUT OUR PRIVATE ROOMS
The sequence of events that lead to the existence of what the Globe and Mail considers... MORE ABOUT OUR HISTORY
The brewery components were built by Specific Mechanical and installed by Newlands... READ MORE ABOUT OUR BREWERY
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Our "Second" Firkin Friday event held on January 8th was a splash! George, our honourary firkin tapper was even dressed in lederhosen for the ocassion. His friends all wore rain gear but a few of them still received a suds-soaking experience. The Last Mountain Distillery cherry whiskey - infused Palliser Porter received rave reviews and ran out before we could fill all the orders. We'll have to try this one again sometime!
We are still celebrating all the exciting memories from our 25th Bushwakker Anniversary Party last Saturday night. One of the many highlights was watching Bushwakker General Manager Emeritus, Elaine Robertson, persevere until she finally tapped the firkin of MacGregor’s Wee Heavy infused with Highland Park 12 year old single match scotch whisky. She took a bit of a beer shower but Bushwakker head brewer, Mitch Dalrymple, saved the day!
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