Bushwakker Brewpub

What's on Tap Today

These beers are on tap today... Come in for a pint!

Regina Pale Ale -   Ale

Our version of a traditional British Pale Ale. Finely balanced malt and hop flavour reflects the caramelized malts and English hops.

ALC/VOL 4.5% | OG== 1047 | 33 IBU

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Dungarvon Irish Red -   Ale

Malty with caramel notes. The most popular Bushwakker beer...period!

ALC/VOL 5.0% | OG== 1050 | 19 IBU

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Palliser Porter -   Ale

Our multiple award-winning British style robust Porter. The malty sweetness is balanced by both hops and burnt malt.

ALC/VOL 5.8 | OG== 1057 | 43 IBU

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Black & Tan -   Ale

Blend of Regina Pale Ale and Palliser Porter

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Cheryl's Blonde -   Ale

Our very popular Blonde Ale named after Bushwakker floor manager, Cheryl Tovey. A light and refreshing introduction to the world of ales.

ALC/VOL 4.9% | OG== 1045 | 20 IBU

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Blackberry Mead -   Specialty

Dry sparkling mead made with 400 pounds of honey from the Lumsden Valley and 84 pounds of blackberries. Goes on sale the first Saturday of every December.

ALC/VOL 10.0% | OG== 1080 | 0 IBU

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Chico IPA -   Ale

West coast style IPA. Big malt and citrusy hop aroma and bitterness. The flagship style for the whole craft beer movement!

ALC/VOL 6.8% | OG== 1064 | 100+ IBU

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Dortmunder Blend -   Lager

Refreshing blend of Stubblejumper and Last Mountain

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Last Mountain Vienna -   Lager

A Vienna style lager with rich malt flavour and a hint of toasted malts. Lightly hopped with an amber colour. Medium body. Named after the Last Mountain Lake near Regina.

ALC/VOL 5.2 | OG== 1047 | 25 IBU

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Missiletow Ale -   Specialty

Our Christmas specialty ale. A rich, malty and complex English-style Barleywine. Gentle warming finish. Will age beautifully.

ALC/VOL 8.0% | OG== 1077 | 42 IBU

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Northern Lights -   Lager

Light golden lager, crisp and clean. Our most popular lager!

ALC/VOL 4.5 | OG== 1041 | 20 IBU

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Northern Strong -   Lager, Seasonal, Specialty

A bigger and bolder version of our most popular lager, Northern Lights Lager. Pours a big, beautiful, bright deep gold with a full white head.

ALC/VOL 6.0% | OG== 1061 | 25 IBU

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Peach Passionfruit Ale -   Seasonal,Fruit Ale

Our newest fruit beer offering features 126 pounds of fruit including peaches and passionfruit! Quite the creative brand name we must say!

ALC/VOL 4.9 | OG== 1045 | IBU

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Red & Black -   Ale

Blend of Dungarvon Irish Red Ale and Palliser Porter

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Robertson's Strong -   Ale, Seasonal

A blend of Palliser Porter and Missiletow Christmas Ale creates our version of a sweet Scottish Ale.

ALC/VOL 7.5 | OG== | IBU

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Sodbuster Brown -   Ale

A traditional Northern English Brown Ale with a toffee-like, lightly caramel character and a medium-dry hop finish.

ALC/VOL 5.0 | OG== 1050 | 20 IBU

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Stubblejumper Pils -   Lager

A southern German-style Pilsener balanced towards bold hop character with a deep straw colour. Its name refers to a field of grain after harvest.

ALC/VOL 5.2 | OG== 1047 | 30 IBU

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Today's Guest Import Draught - 

From Swift Current, Saskatchewan: Black Bridge Robust Porter

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Two Sons Milk Stout -   Ale, Seasonal

Named after our GM's son as well as our former head brewer's son who now head up the Bushwakker brewery. More chocolate malt is incorporated in this recipe compared to our previous Milk Stout offering. Lactose adds unique mouthfeel and sweetness.

ALC/VOL 5.0 | OG== 1061 | 21 IBU

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Brewery

From the Kitchen

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

from the kitchen