This Map Will Take You On An Epic Brewery Hop Across Regina

Hop on the local beer wagon.
This Map Will Take You On An Epic Brewery Hop Across Regina

Let's face it, most of us have outgrown the Regina bar scene. Sure, we love hitting up Lot Club or O'hans for the occasional drunken dance party but we aren't as limber as we used to be in our early party days. We're adults now (okay, maybe 80% of the time) and that means our going out routine consists of sitting around a table and drinking a few beers with friends.

That's all fun and games until you get bored of going to the same place.  So, let's switch things up and hop on the local beer wagon for a brewery tour instead. Think of it like a game of musical tables, you still get to engage in your routine social behavior but you're constantly changing up the scene.

The good news is that you don't even have to worry about planning where to go, I've done it all for you. No need to thank me, just buy me a beer the next time you see me ;)

Note: Some places close early so might want to consider getting a few pre-dinner beers in.

1st Stop // Malty National  (1130 15th Avenue)

2nd Stop // Sperling Silver Distillery at Slowpub (2124 Albert Street)

3rd Stop // Bushwakkers Brewpub (2206 Dewdney Avenue)

4th Stop // Rebellion Brewery (1901 Dewdney Avenue)

5th Stop //  District Brewing (1555 8th Avenue)

Natalia Manzocco

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