REGINA, SK – A new brewery promising to offer the “freshest locally made beers crafted using both old-world and new-world styles” is officially launching today (March 10th) in a historic building in Regina.
Warehouse Brewing is opening in 91-year-old building at 1377 Hamilton Street which operated as Weston Bakery from 1929 to 2012, and has now been redeveloped into a hub for local food and drink.
House brewed beers on tap for opening include Accountant Amber Ale (4.7% abv), Iconic Blonde Ale (4.5% abv), Queen City Kölsch (5.2% abv), Bay 8 Rye ISA (3.8% abv), Anonymous Tip IPA (6.2% abv), For Silas Stout (3.8% abv), and Cantankerous Boiler Kettle Sour (5.6% abv). A selection of guest taps from local breweries including District, High Key, Rebellion, and Pile o’ Bones will also be available.
Warehouse Brewing opened its doors at 11:00 AM today. For more details, see the brewery’s Facebook page.
Source & Photo: Warehouse Brewing Facebook page