July 27, 2019 2:00PM Fundraiser
Historical Warehouse District/Brewery Walking Tour
Brownstone Plaza, 1275 Broad Street
One of Regina's oldest districts is home to some of Regina's newest and best breweries! Visit heritage properties and enjoy a pint (or two). About this Event With a brewing history dating back to 1907, Regina is home to some of the country's best craft breweries. Join the Civic Museum of Regina as we walk through Regina's historic Warehouse District and learn about the neighbourhood's past, present, and future. Explore some of the city's most interesting heritage buildings and all four Warehouse District breweries. Go behind the scenes, learn the science of brewing, and taste what some of Regina's favourite breweries have to offer. Tour information Where: Tour starts from the Brownstone Plaza (1275 Broad St). Tour ends at Bushwakker Brewing (2206 Dewdney Ave). Duration: Approximately 3 hours 30 minutes. Tour distance is approximately 2.1km. Tour goes rain or shine. Breweries we visit on our tour: Warehouse Brewing District Brewing Rebellion Brewing Bushwakker Brewing. Sites we cover on our Walking Tour: John Deere Plow Co. (1275 Broad St.) W.G. Downing (1150 Rose St.) Weston Bakery Building (1377 Hamilton St.) Whitmore Building (1708 8th Ave.) Ackerman Building (2128-32 Dewdney Ave.) Strathdee Building (2206 Dewdney Ave.) Tour is 19+. Valid government issued photo ID must be provided to guide by all tour participants when checking in. Please note that some portions of the tour may not be accessible.
Contact: Gillian Barker
Organization: Civic Museum of Regina