Nokomis Craft Ales – Nokomis 

Jeff Allport opened Nokomis Craft Ales in the summer of 2014. He produces small batches of his favourite brews, which are sold exclusively through growler fills and kegs. He sells directly from the brewery in the town of Nokomis, as well as at farmer’s markets in Regina and Saskatoon. You can even grab a pint of his beer at a growing number of restaurants and pubs across the province.

Paddock Wood – Saskatoon

Paddock Wood started as a home-based brewing hobby for founder Steve Caven, but it evolved into Saskatchewan’s first microbrewery. Visit this Saskatoon-based brewery for a tour and tasting, to buy a case or to fill up a growler.

Rebellion Brewing – Regina

Started by two passionate, award-winning home brewers, Rebellion Brewery is committed to supporting local home brewers by hosting tastings and beer competitions, sourcing ingredients and giving tours. Rebellion Brewery’s beer is quickly becoming a favourite of craft beer lovers in Regina.

Black Bridge Brewery – Swift Current

Offering three flagship beers – IPA, Centennial Rye Ale and Milk Stout, plus seasonal beers throughout the year –  Black Bridge Brewery’s goal is “to create a better beer, through focus on low volume, high variety, and artful attention to detail.” The  products are available across the province in a variety of restaurants. Visit the Black Bridge taproom for taste tests and growler fills.

Prairie Sun Brewery – Saskatoon

Dedicated to growing the craft brewing scene in Saskatchewan one batch at a time, Prairie Sun Brewery is all about sourcing local, high-quality ingredients for their products. Prairie Sun’s beer is available at their Saskatoon location, the Saskatoon Farmer’s Market and a variety of other locations in Regina and Saskatoon.