Churchill Brewing Now Open in Saskatoon

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SASKATOON, SK – Prairie beer blog On Beer reports that a brewery that has been quietly producing beer exclusively for a western restaurant chain for the past year has now launched its own brand line-up.

Churchill Brewing was founded by brothers and restaurant industry veterans Ryan and Curtis Peet, who launched the brewery early last year with a contract to brew the house beers for the Saskatchwan and Manitoba locations of Original Joe’s, a strategy that has allowed the company to establish a regular cash flow while preparing for a wider launch.

Now, the brewery has released five beers under the Churchill brand – Churchill Blonde Lager, Plainsmen Pilsner, Rivermen Red Ale, Britisher English Brown Ale, and Sundog Belgian Wit – with the first four available in 355 ml cans at select private liquor stores in Saskatchewan, and all available on tap at licensees in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

For more details, see the Churchill Brewing website, and the full brewery profile at On Beer.

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