For a night on the town in Saskatoon, look no further than our guide to the best brewpubs, bars, and tap houses in the city. Get a taste of local flavour, whether sampling homegrown craft beer or saskatoon berry-infused cocktails.
Owned by Paddock Wood Brewing, The Woods Alehouse serves up some of the region’s best craft beer. Work your way through the full Paddock Wood line-up with your friends while you enjoy live music and snack on gourmet pub food.
Winston’s Pub brings the cozy charm of a traditional English pub to the heart of downtown. With craft beer on tap, a renowned whisky collection, and traditional English pub fare, you’ll feel like you’re across the pond in no time. Four glass sampler flights are a great way to try their large selection of local and international brews. On Fridays and Saturdays, head underground to Churchill’s Cellar, complete with a full bar, eight taps, and a stellar craft beer list.
Flint is the perfect place to begin or end your evening in Saskatoon. The bar’s unique menu allows guests to create their own charcuterie board, choosing from a rotating selection of fine cheeses, savoury meats, and delicious sides. Top it off with the signature saskatoon-berry martini.
In the heart of the Broadway district is The Yard and Flagon, an old-time Irish pub and longtime local favourite. Warm up on their heated rooftop with a whisky and some pub grub.
Lucky Bastard Distillers is a micro distillery capturing the flavours of the prairies. Producing single malt whiskies, vodka, gin fruit liqueurs, and eaux de vie, LB Distillers offers tours and tastings where visitors can sample their spirits, learn about craft distilling, and purchase unique barware. Don’t miss their New Western Dry Gin, a small batch gin unique for using saskatoon berries.