Brewsters Brewing Company & Restaurant - Landmark
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Reviews by Noxious26:
3.38/5 rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5 | food: 4 | $$
Went with some friends just to hang out on a saturday night. Parking isn't too bad, but they share a lot with a big drug store and a strip mall that has some fast food places. There is minimal street parking, so look for a spot in the lot. The establishment is seperated into two halves: One half is a licensed restaurant and the other is the brewpub/lounge. We were on the pub side. Built in the warehouse style (big high ceilings) it has an airy, roomy feel. There are many posters of various craft beers around the pub. They also have a beer bottle display on one wall. Big screen tv in the corner had the CFL game on.
All the beers I tried were good and in fact the quality of Brewster's beers is generally good. The stout was really going down well that night and thumbs up were given to their pilsener, red ale and black-and-tan too. However, it is a chain so there's no variety from one place to another. They have 3 seasonal beers (one on tap at a time), other than that you won't find any new styles making appearances. One friend of mine had a Raspberry Wheat Ale (seasonal) that came with raspberries right in the glass. They moved up and down reminding us of a lava lamp. Other than the lava lamp novelty, it was quite lackluster.
There isn't alot of selection for craft beer either. Saturday night is Import Night. This caught my interest until I saw the list of imports on the menu (Corona, MGD, Stella Artois, etc) yawn. Otherwise you're pretty much stuck with their on-tap beers. You might be able to get Big Rock or Great Western, but these regional brews can be found in most establishments.
(Edit: Upon further review and comparisons with other brewpubs in the area, their selection isn't too bad. They don't have anything to offer that isn't their own brews, but they have about double as many styles as most pubs in the area. Increased selection by half a point)
The service really wasn't very good. We were left waiting for rounds most of the time. Our server was friendly though, and they brought out one too many salads, so they just gave the salad free to whoever at the table wanted it. All-in-all it wasn't a terrible experience, but it could have been better.
Everyone was really happy with the quality of our meals. Their full restaurant menu has a good variety of choices and changes regularly. Every meal I've had there has been good and the portion sizes are fairly big.
09-20-2005 01:42:06 | More by Noxious26
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3.43/5 rDev -0.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4 | $$
One of the only 'beer stops' on our trip to Saskatchewan. I wanted to have lunch at Bushwakker, but had our daughter along so needed a restaraunt (rather than a no minors bar). Easy to get to location, lots of parking.
Large space, lots of seating, similar atmoshpere and decorations as the other Brewsters we have been to. Standard beer selections, unfortunatly no seasonals were available. Imported beer were on special on Saturday afternoon/night for happy hour prices - I would have prefered showcasing their own brews, but that's just me.
It was not very busy in the restaurant, but our service was really quite good. Our hostess and server were both friendly.
Large restaurant menu, lots of 'pub choices', but other variety as well. I went for the beef dip on pretzel roll - very good. We also had a meal sized salad and the pasta special. Large portions, all the food was very tastey.
A good experience overall, the chain of restaurant/brewpubs is very consistant even between cities.
08-13-2009 03:46:31 | More by BigBry
3.5/5 rDev +1.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5
The newest brewsters in Regina. A purpose built building designed in a pleasant modern pub style. The beer is ok but not really challenging. The other brewpubs in the chain tend to use dry yeast. The new brewer used to work at Bushwakker in Regina. I hope this will encourage them to improve their beer.
They generally have 8 or so beers on and make about 12 different beers in total.
Good parking, reasonable patio and children are allowed in parts of the pub. I am going to keep an eye on this place to see how it develops.
12-04-2003 20:04:36 | More by saskguy
Brewsters Brewing Company & Restaurant - Landmark in Regina, SK, Canada
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