Pile O’ Bones Brewing Now Open in Regina

REGINA, SK – Prairie beer blog On Beer reports that a quartet of homebrewers in Regina have taken over a disused brewhouse in the basement of a local pub and launched a new brewery.

Pile O’ Bones Brewing – named after the original name of the area that became Regina – has been founded by Glenn Valgardson, David Freeman, Brent Babyak and Josh Morrison, all veteran members of the well-known Ale and Lagers Enthusiasts of Saskatchewan (ALES) homebrewing club.

In operation since late 2016, the group currently produces four core brands – Pale Ale, Red IPA, White IPA, and Chocolate Stout – on a 7-barrel system that was briefly used by O’Hanlon’s Pub to brew house brands around a decade ago.

Pile O’ Bones beers are currently available on tap at O’Hanlon’s and other locations, with no immediate plans for them to be packaged in bottles or cans, although bombers are being considered for future limited edition and seasonal releases.

For more details, see the full On Beer article and the Pile O’ Bones website.

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