Great Western Brewing Announces Relaunch For Core Brand Line-Up


SASKATOON, SKGreat Western Brewing has announced details of a relaunch of its three flagship brands, including new branding, new recipes and a new commitment to using locally sourced ingredients.

Brand new in the line-up is Great Western Classic – replacing Great Western Lager – which is described as “a crisp and flavourful full-bodied beauty with smooth taste and finish.”

Keeping its name but getting a new recipe is Great Western Light, which “drinks easy and packs all the flavour you’d expect from a regular beer.”

Unchanged except for its branding is Great Western Pilsner, “a well-balanced drink packed with delicious prairie flavour.”

All three brands are now made with 100% Saskatchewan-malted barley, and are being marketed toward “hard-working Prairie beer drinkers that are proud of their roots, their community, and have a passion to support local.”

The relaunched brands are being rolled out now, and will be available soon at SLGA locations throughout the province.

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  1. Sounds like someone hears the footsteps of Craft beer in Sask. Too bad its the same ole lagers and Pilsners.

  2. I have been drinking gw beer ever since u opened worked at the printing company that did your posters. I now live in Ninette Manitoba was so excited when they started ordering gw beer haven’t been able to get it for a month. Help going through withdraws help!!!!!