Podcast – Traditional Aikido with Virgil Lea
Are you looking for a way to get fit that’s not just lifting weights and hitting a treadmill? Virgil Lea runs an Aikido dojo and teaches in a traditional, Japanese style. He also teaches a women’s, and co-ed self-defense courses for health, fitness and protection.
We also taste and talk about Black Bridge Brewery’s, Cold Pressed Cream Ale.
Black Bridge: https://untappd.com/b/black-bridge-brewery-cold-pressed-cream-ale/2796143
Join us for a night of kick-ass ramen and craft beer. Wann Izakaya has built a reputation for bringing authentic, mouth-watering Japanese cuisine to the Queen City.
Last year, the Wann Izakaya crew blew the doors off the taproom. The support from all y’all rebels was overwhelming and we knew we’d have to do it again.
By Beachu Kimchi
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Spicy Tonkotsu $15.00
Pork-bone based soup with special spicy paste.
Pork Chashu, marinated egg, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, green onion.
Beer Pairing Suggestion: IPA
Pork bone based soup with special black garlic oil.
Pork Chachu, marinated egg, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, green onion.
Beer Pairing Suggestion: Lentil Ale
Soy milk based soup.
Bean sprout, green onion, mushroom, marinated egg, buttered corn.
Beer Pairing Suggestion: Hazy Sesh
Podcast – Ashley Kirsch, Beer Hunter
Sharing and discovering great beer is a huge part of craft-beer culture. An OG Rebel, Ashley Kirsch, took our Sour Red to a beer-lover’s wedding in California and you’ll never guess what happened!
She’s also traveled across North America in pursuit of rare and hard-to-get ales and returned to share some tips for finding great beer when you’re traveling. She’s also shares a list of some of her favourite breweries she thinks you should check out.
Ashley’s List of must-see breweries:
Podcast – What Makes us Human w/ Layton Burton
More than seven years ago, The Government of Saskatchewan changed the way the film industry operates in the province by replacing the film tax credit with a different funding model.
Layton Burton explains how this policy change nearly wiped out what was a multimillion dollar industry, what Saskatchewan needs to do to rebuild – but more importantly, he makes a case for the arts as part of the human condition.
We also tell a few stories about being journalists and we drink and discuss Rebellion Coconut Cream Stout.
-Separate Beds Documentary: vimeo.com/195988491
-Seymour Hersch: www.newyorker.com/magazine/1972/01/22/i-coverup
New Years Eve – All Day Beer and Pizza Party
Join us for our New Years All Day Beer and Pizza Party
$2 off Rebellion pints & 64oz fills
$1 off Rebellion half pints & 32oz fills
$3 slices of pizza from TJ’s pizza
All day long!
Podcast: Warehouse District Revolution
More than $33M in funding was announced to deal with the rail yards located in the middle of Regina, at the southern edge of the Warehouse District. Development of the land is estimated to take more than 15 years, and that has some people frustrated.
Business and residents have been floating ideas for years about what could happen to this open space, including high rise, mixed-income housing for people who work downtown, to greenspace, and the now-dashed hopes for the football stadium.
Leasa Gibbons, the Executive Director of the Regina Warehouse Business District, shares her thoughts about the rail yard, how the money should be spent and how it could change the Dewdney strip for the better.
Coconut Cream Stout now here
Brrrrr, you need a snuggly, winter beer like our Coconut Cream Stout!
At 6.5% abv it’s a decadent stout, rich with flavours of toasted coconut, milk chocolate and a hint of espresso. It’s perfect with a slice of cheesecake or a chocolate fudge brownie.
It’s available on tap and growlers for a limited time.
**Allergy alert, contains lactose and coconut
Podcast – The Sourdough Donut Experience
Have you ever tasted a true sourdough donut? Katie Schmelinski of The Everyday Kitchen is creating a rare and masterful treat, and is one of a few bakers in the world who makes donuts in the sourdough style.
She gives us a look at how she got started, and the kind of passion and attention to detail required to make these amazing donuts.
We also drink and discuss kombucha by Good Spirit Kombucha.
This soft and fruity IPA has been getting rave reviews from hardcore hopheads and newcomers alike, so give it a try. It’s available in the taproom and at select locations across our province.
Winter Warmer has arrived
Brrrr! You need a cozy beer for this time of year, and we have it in our Winter Warmer.
If you like Cat’s Got the Cream Ale, try this one.
At 7% abv, it’s a complex, fireside sipper featuring aromas of whisky, oak, and vanilla. The sweet, malt flavour is balanced alongside chocolate, coffee and vanilla with a splash of hops.
Podcast – Boards N’ Beans Cafe
Stephanie Smith loves board games, and that love of games is bringing people together at her Boards n Beans Café. The game of Connect 4 is a friendly little nudge from Cupid.
We threw down the snowball fight challenge and Takeaway Gourmet stepped up to throw snow. Who do you think we should have a snowball fight with next? Tag em in the comments below!
Shout out to Planet Eater, local, face-melting metalheads, the soundtrack of our lives.
Are you on Santa’s naughty list?
Send your family a Christmas card they’ll never forget by getting your picture with Krampus!
The horned horror from hell will be at the taproom on December 6, from 7-9pm.
Brought to you by: Thomas Earl Hamilton Photography
Podcast E34 – The Queen of Mustard
Have you ever tasted a beer mustard?
Val Michaud owns and operates Gravelbourg Mustard, a Saskatchewan company making unique mustard with stuff like beer or saskatoon berries.
She joins us on the podcast to talk all about the mustard scene and we drink and discuss Rebellion’s Anniversary Ale, a beautiful blonde barleywine.