Protein Supercluster Announcement

Watch this video about the Plant Protein Supercluster in Saskatchewan. Rebellion President Mark Heise spoke about Lentil Ale, which is a direct outcome from our agriculture sector.

Pizza Eating Contest – Feb. 28

Ramen Pop Up

Growler Buy Back is here

Bring in your Rebellion-branded growlers for in-taproom credit, all January long. Growlers must be clean and undamaged to be eligible for buy-back,

Important: Holiday hours notice

Merry Christmas Rebels! From our family to yours, have a warm and happy holiday season. Don’t forget to be a good wingman (or wingwoman) and don’t let your friends drink and drive.

Our special holiday hours:
11am-4pm – Christmas Eve,
11:30am-10pm – New Years Eve.

Growler Care Guide

Beards and Weiners

Show your Mo’ this Movember in the fight against prostate cancer and for men’s mental health. Join us November 15 at 7:00 p.m. and cheer on your favourite hot dog scarfing master.


Shout out to all the competitors who ate fast, ate well, and raised a little dough for Movember.

Around the World – Cheese and Beer Pairing

November 2-4 – Rebellion’s Third Anniversary Party

Flanders Sour Ale – Now available

For a limited time only, grab a bottle at the taproom or select locations across the province. This is a delicious, lip-puckering offering and we’re sure it won’t last long.

Milkshake IPA and Pink Ribbon Month

New – Music Trivia Bingo

Join us for Trivia Music Bingo, find all about it here.

Join us for Oktoberfest

Rebellion Whisky Tasting

IPA Day – August 3

Celebrate Kings Park Speedway’s 50th Anniversary

Honour your inner gear-head and join the celebrations at Kings Park Speedway. It’s their 50th anniversary, featuring tons of fun events including racing, a monster truck, a bike race for kids, prizes, and Rebellion beer.

Find out more on their Facebook page.

 

 

Face-melting delicious ales

You can find it at select locations across Saskatchewan and in our taproom. We’ve been aging this beer for three years in Kentucky Bourbon barrels. Ales like this are notoriously difficult to make, but we crushed it on this batch. Both have big, bold flavours and awesome aroma.

Oh Canaduh! Now On Tap!

Based on an actual Canadian brewery’s recipe from 1893 for a Pale Ale. We had a historian come in and give us the skinny on this true Canadian classic. Try some before it’s all gone!

On Tap Now: The 89’er Ale

On Tap June 8 for a limited time only!

Prairie Cherry Mead on the go