ON SITE TOURS
This is where we brew like it’s our job (because it is), and you get to drink our beer when you’re done with yours. Come see our 20BBL brew house and watch a live production brewery in action. Our half-hour tour moves through the brewery’s bustling operations, where you’ll take in the aromatic smells and sounds of the brew house, learn about Warehouse Brewing’s founding story, and take a dive into the history of the iconic Westin Bakery Building—one of Regina’s landmarks – oh and taste some great beer and amazing food!
Got a group outing or special celebration in mind? Groups of 10 or more can spend two hours at the Brewery with your own personal tour guide. Group tours include a 30-45 minute guided walk-through. You’ll sample our current offerings and maybe even some special products that are not on tap yet. Optional upgrades include a delicious spread of local food offerings, as well as a Warehouse Brewing souvenir to remember your incredible day.
A brewery is the best place to have a wedding! Not only will your pictures beer original and amazing, we have beer!
If you are interested in learning more about how your special day can be something that neither one of you will ever forget, call our event planner and they will talk you about all the options that Warehouse Brewing Company has to offer.
What beer hall would be complete without live music and a venue stage to promote it? We will be very active in engaging local musicians and providing a venue where they can come and showcase their talents. We are currently taking applications from local talent who wish to perform at our venue.
We can customize our space to any event you’ve got planned. Let us open up our selection of world-class beers on tap so you can make your next corporate get together feel way less corporate. From birthdays to fundraisers to weddings to everything in between, we can make our space seem as beer-brewery-looking or not-beer-brewery-looking as you want. But ask yourself this: no matter what your next special event, wouldn’t it be better with a view of an operating brewing system? The answer is yes. Always, yes.