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.
Olympic hopeful, fitness fanatic and social media influencer, Amanda Ruller joins us to talk about competition, attitude and her WWE tryout experience.
We also drink and talk about Dank! IPA by 21st Street Brewery.
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The theme of this pop up is Fall Harvest Feast, and we teamed up with The Cookie Lady to bring it to ya.
Think sweet potato pie, stuffing and gravy, turkey, and apple crumble for dessert – all re-imagined in donut form and paired with our amazing beer!
Tickets are $30 each, check out the event page for more details.
Sneakerheads chase the rarest sneakers. Hat collectors won’t remove the stickers or tags from their hats, but have you ever heard of eyewear fans? From ACDC vinyl pressed glasses to hand-made custom, one-of-kind pieces, there’s a whole subculture dedicated to the frames on our faces.
Ryan from Spex by Ryan takes us on a deep dive to explain what’s going on and why some people have an intense love for their eyewear.
We also drink and discuss “I’ve Always Been Hazy” IPA by Rebellion Brewing.
Join Three Amigos Records on Saturday, October 27 in the Rebellion Taproom from 11am to 3pm for a vinyl sale of massive purportions! A ton of Psych, Garage Rock, Classic Rock, Indie, Punk, and Metal titles are up for grabs from this private collection that spanned over 45 years. From the collector to the casual listener, there will be something for everyone at this sale.
Free Admission. Cash and secure Credit Card payments accepted on site.
Carlo Giambattista has more than 30 years under his belt at his family’s Italian Star Deli. He shares the story of how it all started, the importance of prosciutto and why he’s always smiling when you walk through his doors.
We have 20L of dry-hopped Sour Guava Ale, available for a limited time, starting at 4:00pm today. Don’t miss out!
Poor Nameless Boy just launched his latest single, Catch Up and Slow Down. He talks with us about writing a song no one has written before and what “authentic” means in music today.
We also taste and talk about Raspberry Sour by Nokomis Craft Ales
Our German Festbier is our take on a classic Vienna style. It’s smooth, malty, toasty and pairs perfectly with schnitzel, spaetzel and pork hock. It’s only available for a limited time, be sure to get some before it’s gone.
YouTube and Twitch are turning young content creators into successful entrepreneurs. From cord-cutting to on-demand video available anywhere, who in Saskatchewan is making waves? What’s coming next? Shaye Ruecker from Marsh digital shares his thoughts.
We also taste and talk about Perfect Storm, an oatmeal stout by Townsite Brewing in Powell, River B.C.
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Getchyerself a hot dog for $2 and a can o’ beer for $7. We’ll have Zubazz Read spinning records and breaking out the best hits to get you shakin’ what your mama gave ya.
If you dress your fanciest, you will receive a free hot dog on us, as well as Potato Chips and Twinkies for snacks.
Proceeds from sales will go to Bright Eyes Dog Rescue.
Escape Club owner Dale D’Silva explains the way to build a winning team to beat escape rooms – immersive puzzles with a time limit. We also taste and talk about Chocolate Stout by Rogue Brewing.
Are you ready to pucker up and smile?
Apricot Sour is hazy, golden and bursting with 425lbs of fresh apricot. The velvety, smooth mouthfeel rolls into the flavour of canned apricots poured over ice cream, juxtaposed with a lip-smacking tart flavour.
It is available exclusively at the taproom today and will be available across the province next week.