Rebellion Brewing Opening Soon in Regina

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REGINA, SK – Prairie beer blog On Beer reports that a new locally-focussed brewery will soon be opening in Saskatchewan’s capital city.

Founded by four local partners, Rebellion Brewing will concentrate almost exclusively on providing beer to the Regina marketplace, offering its five core brands – “a blond ale, an amber ale, a Belgian witbier, an oatmeal stout and an IPA” – at local bars and in its own retail store and tasting room. To emphasize the importance of freshness, these brands will be available only in kegs and growlers, with bottles being reserved for specialty releases such as meads, barrel-aged beers and sour ales.

Located on Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Rebellion’s 20 hectolitre brewhouse is currently under construction, with co-founder and brewmaster Mark Heise telling On Beer that the first commercial batches from the brewery should be available in early fall.

For more details, see the original article at On Beer, or follow Rebellion Brewing on Twitter.

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