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Rebellion Brewing Podcast

231 EpisodesProduced by Matthew BartonWebsite

We want you to love craft beer as much as we do. Each week, your host Matthew Barton sits down with a guest to talk about beer, culture, food and more.

231 Episodes | 2018 - 2022

Bunnyhugs and Brews with Wyatt Heiberg

October 2nd, 2022


Is there anything more Saskatchewan than Vi-Co and Bunnyhugs? Wyatt Heiberg joins me today to talk about his company Flat Clothing, and their latest …

Talking Art with Jolyn Michaelis

September 25th, 2022


Jolyn is a local Regina artist with an eye-catching graphical style. She sits down with us to drink sodas, talk about face painting with kids, and …

Beers, Boots & Hearts w/ Nick Patterson

September 18th, 2022


Coal miners, shootouts, dinosaurs and beer. Brewmaster Nick Patterson joins us to talk about Valley Brewing's role in telling the story of …

Making a collab brew w/ Matt Wolff

September 11th, 2022


Frenemies is a collaboration brew between Rebellion and Torque. Matt Wolff joins us to talk about collab brews, fall and spring plans and tell the …

Justin Shepherd talking about hops

September 4th, 2022


Justin Shepherd sits down with us to talk beer, hops and all the hard work his family put into the 2022 crop.

Making Frenemies w/ Joel Hustak

August 28th, 2022


Did you find the hidden references to Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the new Frenemies beer labels? Joel Hustak is the artist who designed the labels and he sits down with us to talk about his art, and drink and discuss …

Nitrogen Science Versus Online Outrage w/ Thom Weir

August 21st, 2022


Ottawa's recent announcement about nitrogen use kicked off a firestorm of criticism online. Sask. agronomist Thom Weir joins us on the pod to talk about nitrogen use and the impact on beer.

Beer, Bitcoin and Barterpay, w/ Dan Benesh

August 14th, 2022


What's going on with digital currency and crypto currency spaces? Dan Benesh joins us to drink a beer and talk about Bitcoin and Barterpay.

Celebrating Canadian Filmmakers w/ Trevor Grant

August 7th, 2022


Trevor Grant is fanning the flames for the next wave of young, Saskatchewan filmmakers. We talk about the upcoming Regina International Film Festival and the LOOK program seeing young documentarians get their films off …

Lindsay May Spills the Tea & Drinks a Beer

July 31st, 2022


Lindsay May talks about meeting Canadian music legends, wardrobe malfunctions and her post-radio life on this week's episode of the pod.

Cold Ones with the Cool Kids from Regina Folk Fest w/ Josh Haugerud

July 24th, 2022


The Regina Folk Fest is back! We sit down with the Josh Haugerud to talk about his fave festival memories, the artists you love and new music to …

Superheroes or Superdicks? Analyzing The Boys w/ Professor Scott Wilson

July 17th, 2022


Orgies and octopuses, drugs, religion and gore, The Boys is a searing critique of the superhero genre, using shock, surprise and satire to warn us about creeping fascism and unchecked greed. Professor Scott Wilson joins …

Brewing the perfect cup of coffee w/ Morgan Allen

July 10th, 2022


Morgan Allen talks about what it takes to succeed at barista competitions and making the perfect cup of coffee. We also dig into his new coffee roasting venture, Amends Coffee Co.

Kevin and Cory have Sizzle and Smoke

July 3rd, 2022


The Saskatchewan cooking show called Sizzle and Smoke is lighting up YouTube with videos dedicated to BBQ and beer. Hosts Kevin and Cory join us to take us behind the scenes, and tell some stories about the show.

Catching up with Rafter R Brewing's Ryan Moncrieff

June 26th, 2022


Ryan and Theresa Moncrieff opened Rafter R Brewing in the middle of the pandemic, just as restrictions and uncertainty rocked the entire world. They came out swinging, earning rave reviews for their beer and a medal for …

Design, tattoo and Hop Circuit Beer w/ Bryan Neufeld

June 19th, 2022


Bryan Neufeld is the artist behind this year's Hop Circuit glass. He talks about what inspired the art, shares insights into design work and more, on this week's episode of the pod.

The Experience Regina Block Party w/ Leasa Gibbons

June 12th, 2022


Beer, food, music and more. Leasa Gibbons from the Warehouse District gives us the inside scoop on the upcoming Experience Regina Block Party, happening June 18 and 19.

Hitting the Hop Circuit w/ Mark Heise

June 5th, 2022


The Hop Circuit is back and bigger than ever. Rebellion Brewing's Mark Heise talks about some of the new things to check out, and recommends some beers and good eats.

Cori Knelson's song about Saskatchewan

May 30th, 2022


What does it take to write a great song about this province? Cori Knelson is a singer, songwriter, poet, educator and more. She sits down with us to talk about writing, music, and upcoming live performances.

Dave Cole's Launching the Prairie Beer Awards

May 22nd, 2022


The Inaugural Prairie Beer Awards are kicking off in May, with breweries from SK and Manitoba competing for gold. Dave Cole is the co-founder of the …

Competition Heats up on Big Buck Hunter w/ Abby Rutko

May 15th, 2022


Did you know Regina is home to some of the most accomplished competitors in the Big Buck Hunter videogame scene? Abby Rutko talks about the Las Vegas comp and shares a few tips.

The Future of Beer Science w/ Fina Nelson

May 8th, 2022


Fina Nelson is a scientist and brewer plugged into the Sask. craft beer scene. We talk about her beer research with Eskiw Labs, the Pink Boots beer she brewed at 21st Street Brewing, and more.

Warehouse Brewing's 2022 Plans w/ Mederic Lanoix

May 1st, 2022


What new beers are coming from Warehouse Brewing in 2022? Brewmaster Mederic Lanoix joins us to talk beer and share his thoughts about styles and flavours he enjoys.

Building Leaders in a New World w/ Cristine Saxon

April 24th, 2022


Do you remember the best boss you've ever had? What made them a great leader? In an increasingly online workplace, leaders are adapting to new ways of thinking and doing. The UofR's Cristine Saxon shares a few tips you …

Beer and Climate Change w/ Professor Emily Eaton

April 17th, 2022


Beer and agriculture go hand in hand. The impact of climate change has huge implications for the futures of brewers and farmers. UofR Prof. Emily …

Beer and Bicycles with Freddy Vandelinden

April 10th, 2022


Freddie Vandelinden's family has been running Dutch Cycle for decades, establishing themselves as legends in the local cycling scene. We talk about the appeal of cycling with skyrocketing gas prices, and the emergence …

Building Future Business Leaders, w/ Chris McKee

April 3rd, 2022


How do businesses build leaders that innovate? What does it take to stay ahead of the pack? Chris McKee from the University of Regina's Centre for …

The Best of BBQ, w/ Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt

March 27th, 2022


What's hot in the BBQ world in 2022? Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt of Prairie Smoke and Spice talks competition, tips and tools, sharing his thoughts about …

Gilbert Proulx's Signature Dish on Wall of Chefs

March 20th, 2022


Local foodie Gilbert Proulx rolled up his sleeves to compete on Food Network Canada's Wall of Chefs. He talks about what influences and inspires his …

Studying Cannabis and Concussions w/ Professor Patrick Neary

March 13th, 2022


What untold benefits can cannabis offer athletes with concussions? Patrick Neary and his colleagues are teaming up with the NFL to find out with a …

Supporting women, making changes, w/ Chantelle Priel

March 6th, 2022


Rebellion is launching another Majestic Milkshake sparkle beer for a good cause. Chantelle Priel works for the Regina and Area Sexual Assault Centre, …

Sparkle beers & the return of beer club, w/ Vanessa Owen

February 27th, 2022


Rebellion's newest Sparkle Beer launches March 8 on International Women's Day. Brewmaster Vanessa Owen talks about sparkle beers, and how she's working to create a more inclusive space in the local beer scene with Beer …

Sask's Beer Yeast Research w/ Chris Eskiw

February 20th, 2022


Professor Chris Eskiw and his team are collaborating with local brewers to science the heck out of beer yeast. His work could change the face of …

The Sour Beer Renaissance w/ Mark Heise

February 13th, 2022


It looks like 2022 is going to be a big year for fruit sour beers. We talk about Rebellion's new sour beer lineup, and talk about emerging trends in beer styles.

The Value of Youth Mentorship, w/ Amy Noureldin

February 6th, 2022


Whether it’s been a kind word or sage advice, who’s been a mentor to you? Amy Noureldin of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Regina talks about the difference youth mentorship makes, on this week's episode of the pod.

The Art of Frost Regina, w/ Brandy Jones

January 30th, 2022


The new Frost winter festival features the artwork of Brandy Jones. She shares her story and the influences behind her work on this week's episode of the pod.

Prairie Malt's David Klinger talks malting barley

January 23rd, 2022


Rebellion's malt barley comes from Prairie Malt in Biggar Saskatchewan. David Klinger talks about the 2021 crop and enduring relationships with Sask's farmers.

Prairie Bee Meadery's award-winning mead, with Crystal Milburn

January 16th, 2022


Prairie Bee Meadery's Crystal Milburn joins us to talk about their award-winning mead and brand new line of seltzers, all made with Saskatchewan honey.

2022 craft beer predictions w/ Paul Chicoine

January 9th, 2022


What will the hot beer styles of 2022 be? We're making bold predictions and sassing seltzers on the latest episode of the pod.

Cat's Creamery ice cream and Rebellion beer floats

January 2nd, 2022


Ice cream and beer might not seem like an obvious pairing choice, but Rebellion teamed up with Cat's Creamery to create beer floats. Trisha Berlinic joins us on the pod to talk all about her locally made, small-batch …

The Fastest Selling Beer in Rebellion History

December 26th, 2021


Did you taste the fastest selling beer in Rebellion history?  Terry Van Mackelberg, aka Flo Mingo, joins us to talk about Sparkle Motion Majestic …

Sarah's videogame recommendations for Christmas

December 19th, 2021


Beer's a great holiday gift, but what about the kids? SarahLunaGG joins us on the pod to give some recommendations for videogames. 

XhAle Brewing Beer Renegades, w/ Christina Owczarek

December 12th, 2021


XhAle Brewing's Christina Owczarek doesn't mind the C-word. She's reclaiming its power in a brilliant and cheeky way with her beer, "See Ya Next Tuesday," punctuated with the mantra to "Just be fucking kind."

We also …

Saskatchewan honey in Gold Medal Beers, w/ Aaron Comerford

December 5th, 2021


Rebellion took home a gold medal with Hoppy Pollinator, a beer featuring Sask-made, Sun River Honey. Aaron Comerford joins us to talk about the most …

Canada Beer Cup, w/ Rick Dalmazzi

November 28th, 2021


Canadian Brewers are coming together to compete to be recognized as the best in Canada. Rick Dalmazzi, the Executive Director of the Canadian Craft Brewer's Association joins us to explain some behind the scenes work of …

Beer Wars and Boycotts w/ Dr. Allyson Brantley

November 21st, 2021


Did you know there was a 30-year-long consumer boycott against Coors? Dr. Allyson Brantley's new book, "Brewing A Boycott" explains how it all happened. She joins us on the pod to talk about her research, and the impact …

Competitions and Collabs w/ Mark Heise

November 14th, 2021


Brewers have two new competitions to enter this year. Rebellion Brewing's CEO, Mark Heise, joins us to share some behind the scenes insights into beer comps, and why they're going to be a big deal in Canada.

Kim's Craft Beer Adventures

November 7th, 2021


Kim McDougall goes on Saskatchewan craft beer adventures and discovers all the best beers in the province. She shares a list of some of her faves for you to try next!

Winter beers we love w/ Kevin Brown

October 31st, 2021


When the weather turns cold, the beers of winter hit shelves. Kevin Brown joins us to talk about our favourite winter beers and recommends a couple …

Intercropping, Climate Change and Craft Beer, w/ Lana Shaw

October 24th, 2021


Crop scientists work hard to improve crops and put more money in farmers pockets. Lana Shaw focuses on intercropping research, the practice of planting two or more crops side by side. She talks about her work, grappling …

Hot Sauces and Black IPA w/ Mike Ewan

October 17th, 2021


Papi Chulo and the Prairie Reaper are just two of the brand new hot sauces you can find at the taproom. Creator, Mike Ewan, talks about the …

Art, IPA and pilsners w/ Cabin Brewing's Jonas Hurtig

October 10th, 2021


On this week's episode of the pod, Cabin Brewing's Jonas Hurtig sits down with us to talk all about their beer, the styles they love and the …

Brewery of the Year, w/ Establishment Brewing's Mike Foniok

October 3rd, 2021


Establishment Brewing won a pile of medals and the title of "Brewery of the Year" at the 2021 Canadian Brewing Awards. Co-founder and brewer, Mike Foniok, sits down to talk about their award-winning, mixed-fermentation, …

Rebellion's "Beer of the year" w/ Mark Heise

September 26th, 2021


Rebellion Brewing won two gold medals at the 2021 Canadian Brewing Awards. Mark explains how the beer judging process works, and what Saskatchewan's …

A big ole Haymaker, w/ Mark Heise

September 19th, 2021


Haymaker is Rebellion's newest beer, featuring Kveik yeast. Rebellion’s President and CEO, Mark Heise taste and talk about Haymaker, and about our experiment with this traditional, Norwegian ingredient.

The World of Yeast and Beer w/ Don Tse

September 12th, 2021


Without yeast, beer wouldn't exist. Don Tse sits down to talk about the new opportunities yeast offers to the craft beer world.

Designing chocolate for beer, w/ Ira Leibtag

September 5th, 2021


Do you like chocolate beers? Ira Leibtag and his team at Cholaca have taken the beer world by storm with a brand new chocolate product designed for …

Sask-grown hops and wet-hopped beer w/ Justin Shepherd

August 29th, 2021


Rebellion's entire crew went to JGL Shepherd Farms to check out this year's hop crop. Justin Shepherd sits down to talk about hops, managing the heat and all the possibilities for locally grown hops.

A tough year for barley, w/ Dr. Aaron Beattie

August 15th, 2021


Longer, hotter summers with less rain directly impacts us all, especially craft beer. Dr. Aaron Beattie is a crop scientist who specializes in …

Manitoba's beer scene w/ Torque Brewing's Adam Olson

August 8th, 2021


A few years ago, Manitoba had 2 craft breweries, today they have 16. Torque Brewing's Adam Olson talks about how the scene has changed rapidly, …

Technology's Messy Future, w/ Scott Wilson

August 1st, 2021


A year of social isolation was mediated by our use of technology. Instead of being a panacea, a lot of us are returning to society a bit of a mess. …

Craft Beer and Water Sustainability

July 25th, 2021


Longer, hotter summers and drier conditions are pushing brewers across North America to get efficient with water. Some are adopting new technology …

Why you should store your beer cold, w/ Mark Heise

July 18th, 2021


Have you ever cracked a beer and it tasted like stale cardboard and sadness? Odds are it was stored warm for too long. Mark Heise explains the …

Influence and insights on beer, with Terry O'Reilly

July 11th, 2021


What does it take for beer ad to breakthrough in a busy marketplace? Under the Influence's, Terry O'Reilly, says it's about understanding people. He joins us to talk all about craft beer and share some stories about …

Boreal Heartland's Northern Vision

July 4th, 2021


Boreal Heartland supplied ingredients like yarrow and Labrador tea for Rebellion's newest beer, Flora Borealis. Randy Johns joins us to talk about foraging, and their vision for tea, food and oils from Saskatchewan's …

The very real Watershed Brewing

June 27th, 2021


Kurt Pearson has turned his passion for homebrew into a social media machine, leading to the creation of highly prized, limited-edition hats and tees …

Craft Malting in Sask, w/ Matt Enns

June 20th, 2021


Will our craft malt scene spark a revolution in craft beer? Matt Enns of Maker's Malt is working with local, Sask-based brewers to create new, …

Craft Beer Needs Bats, w/ Dana Green

June 13th, 2021


Sask-based scientist, Dana Green, is building a loyal following on TikTok while talking about the science of bats and howling mice. We talk about how …

Viral Beer Videos, w/ Josh Stewart-Van Dusen

June 6th, 2021


What does it take to make a beer video go viral? Josh Stewart-Van Dusen talks about how TandemXVisuals makes the magic happen.

Hittin' the 'Stco with Tyler McMurchy

May 30th, 2021


Irreverent humour, dad jokes and love of a good hot dog has turned Hit The 'Stco into a local social media phenomenon of die-hard Costco Fans. Tyler McMurchy founded the group, he talks about how it's become bigger than …

Summertime Slushies w/ Outcast Brewing's Patrick Schnarr

May 23rd, 2021


Outcast Brewing's Co-owner and Head Brewer, Patrick Schnarr, talks about his slushy beer series and the upcoming collaboration brews with Rebellion …

Reopening the Warehouse District w/ Leasa Gibbons

May 16th, 2021


What does it take to reopen a city after the pandemic? Leasa Gibbons talks about how her team at the Warehouse District BID is helping members grapple with changing safety requirements and managing the "new normal."

No Fads, No Gimmicks, w/ Nokomis Craft Ales' Jeff Allport

May 9th, 2021


Jeff Allport's not into fads or gimmicks to sell a beer. His vision of only brewing beer he loves has turned Nokomis Craft Ales into a reliable, heavy hitter in the Sask. craft beer scene.

Sask. Craft Beer Week and Resilience Beer

May 2nd, 2021


Our local beer scene is weathering unprecedented times, and working together to make it happen. Mark Heise talks about this year's collaboration …

How Sexy is Saskatchewan Barley?

April 25th, 2021


Hops get a lot of love when it comes to adding flavour and aroma to beer, but barley also lends something special. Matt explains why craft-beer geeks need to be more excited about barley's potential, especially in …

A Guide To Great Beer w/ Austin Webb

April 18th, 2021


The Sask. craft beer scene has exploded in popularity, but sometimes it's hard to keep up. The Saskatchewan Craft Beer Guide is a great way to find …

Whisky and Beer Collaboration w/ Last Mountain's Braeden Raiwet

April 11th, 2021


What do you get when Rebellion and Last Mountain team up? Kick-ass whisky! Last Mountain's Head Distiller, Braeden Raiwet sits down with us to talk …

Chef Aimee Schulhauser talks donuts, beer and cooking online

April 4th, 2021


Tangerine is one of the best local spots to get a bite in Regina. Chef Aimee Schulhauser talks about how her team is elevating our local food scene …

Beale's Brewery Claps Back to Trolls, w/ Emily Sanfratella

March 28th, 2021


When Beale's Brewery had one badly behaved adult call their taproom manager a bitch when asked to wear a mask, the brewery wasn't having any of it. …

The Tragically Hip Through New Eyes, w/ Lindsay Pereira

March 21st, 2021


The Tragically Hip are quintessential Canadiana, but what is it like to discover the music when you're new to Canada? Lindsay Pereira talks about the article he wrote for the CBC, and shares more of his thoughts about …

Videogames and BEER! w/ SarahlunaGG

March 14th, 2021


This episode is all about pixels and pints. SarahlunaGG is a local Twitch streamer with a growing audience. We talk about her favourite games, gamer …

Are leaders born or made?

March 7th, 2021


What makes a leader great? Is raw charisma enough to get by or are there lessons we can all learn to be more effective leaders? Linda Allen-Hardisty

E-sports and Twitch Streamers w/ Shaye Ruecker

February 28th, 2021


Move over firefighters, the most popular job kids want these days is YouTube Star. Shaye Ruecker talks about his work with streamers, sharing …

Alberta's Beer Maven, Sondra Baker

February 21st, 2021


Sondra Baker, aka The Beer Maven talks about the Alberta beer scene. She's an author and photographer sharing her passion for craft beer. She recommends a few breweries and we dive into Quidi Vidi's Pineapple Sour.

Our Food, Our Stories, w/ Flat Out Food's Jenn Sharp

February 14th, 2021


A brand-new docuseries is telling stories all about Saskatchewan's culinary scene. Jenn Sharp goes hunting for mushrooms and tells the story of …

The Rules Just Changed, w/ Mark Heise

February 7th, 2021


Saskatchewan's beer industry is about to explode in a big way. Mark Heise explains how recent changes to the rules that govern craft brewers are …

Desert Island Beers w/ Jasmine Franks

January 31st, 2021


If you were trapped on a desert island, what's the one beer Jasmine Franks would take? We talk about pulling pints, beer and family on this episode …

Going viral on TikTok with Snowbogan and ASMR, w/ Ryan Doka

January 24th, 2021


How do you get half a million followers and go viral on TikTok? Ride a snowbogan in a category 1 hurricane snowstorm like Ryan Doka. He joins us to …

The Rise of TikTok, with Justin Reves

January 17th, 2021


Social media guru Justin Reves joins us to talk about TikTok. He explains why it's so much fun and why you'll want to check it out too.

The Best of 2020 Sask. Craft Beer w/ Paul Chicoine

January 10th, 2021


What were your favourite beers of 2020? Rebellion's greasy sales guy, Paul Chicoine joins us to reflect on a year that saw new beers, new breweries …

Surf Rock and Craft Beer w/ Lenore Maier

December 27th, 2020


It's the final episode of 2020 for the Rebellion Brewing Podcast. Lenore Maier joins us to talk about craft beer, local music, and her band, The Garrys.

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Harm reduction in Saskatchewan w/ Jason Mercredi

December 20th, 2020


What does it mean to have a safe, hygienic place to consume drugs? What is harm reduction, and is it worth investing in? Jason Mercredi, from Prairie Harm Reduction in Saskatoon, talks about the people, the numbers and …

Cat's Got the Cream Cheesecake, w/ Jodi Robson

December 13th, 2020


Have you ever used beer to make a cheesecake? Jodi Robson joins us to talk about Christmas baking and her creative use of Cat's Got the Cream beer in her brand new cheesecake recipe!

The Art and Craft of Sommelier Angela Senenko

December 6th, 2020


With more choice on shelves now than ever, we are in a golden age of craft beer, wine and spirits. Experts like Co-op's Sommelier Angela Senenko can …

Barrel Aged Cherry Lambic, w/ Mark Heise

November 29th, 2020


Rebellion just released Cherry Lambic, a rare, hard-to-make beer and a style prized for its complex flavour. Rebellion President and CEO, Mark Heise, talks about the lambic style, and gives us a look behind the scenes …

Everything Rafter R Brewing w/ Ryan Moncrieff

November 22nd, 2020


Opening a brewery is tough enough, but it's even tougher in a pandemic. Rafter R Owner/Brewer, Ryan Moncrieff, talks about beer and brew culture and …

Building Business Success w/ Thomas Benjoe

November 15th, 2020


First Nations economic development is a huge part of Saskatchewan's future. Thomas Benjoe, President and CEO of FHQ Developments, explains how his organization is working to develop robust and sustainable Indigenous …

Better Brother Brewing w/ Brewmaster Jeff Rushton

November 8th, 2020


Saskatoon's newest brewery is Better Brother Brewing. Owner and Brewmaster, Jeff Rushton, talks about their flagship beers, and what customers can expect when they walk through the doors for the first time.

The power of persuasive words w/ Tiffany Wolf

November 1st, 2020


What is the impact of words used well? Tiffany Wolf from Helium Communications talks about how language used around war and Covid-19 shapes how we …

The Ultimate 90s Song, w/ Nolan Tabashniuk

October 25th, 2020


What song just screams "The 90s!" to you? What band or artist from the 90s deserves more love? Nolan Tabashniuk tells us what he thinks the ultimate …

All Beers, No Tears w/ Mark Heise

October 18th, 2020


Fall beer season is upon us. Rebellion President Mark Heise talks goes behind the scenes, talking about Cat's Got the Cream, Hazy IPA and the thinking behind Rebellion's Fall lineup.

Speaking Truth to Brewers w/ Jason van Rassel

October 11th, 2020


Jason van Rassel is an Alberta beer writer who's been following the scene for many years. He shares his thoughts on the current state of beer and his …

Time is an illusion, beer doubly so, featuring Jordan St. John

October 4th, 2020


Does beer exist? And if it does, what is beer? Following his appearance in an article written by Lily Waite for Good Beer Hunting, Jordan St. John

Iron Bridge Brewery's Denby Haysom talks beer

September 27th, 2020


Saskatchewan's newest craft brewery just opened in Lumsden. Iron Bridge Brewery's Master Brewer Denby Haysom shares a Belgian Wit and IPA and talks about his beer plans.

All things Sask-grown hops w/ Justin Shepherd

September 20th, 2020


Did you know hops are essential to popular beer styles like IPA? They lend flavour and aroma to beer, leading to diverse flavours like citrus, pine, …

Hand Pies and Cat's Got the Cream w/ Chef Milton Rebello

September 13th, 2020


Skye Bistro's Milton Rebello joins us to talk about competing on Firemasters, his wildly popular hand pies, and tastes Cat's Got the Cream beer for …

IPA and the Apocalypse w/ Jon Federko

September 6th, 2020


What beer style will be the most popular in the apocalypse? OG Rebel Jon Federko speculates on 2021's next craft wave. We also taste and talk about …

Sask Beer Culture w/ Armoury Brewing's Brennan Lampitt

August 23rd, 2020


If your best friend tells the server not to bring the beer you ordered, but a completely different one, what do you do? Brennan Lampitt reflects on his craft beer journey and tells the story of North Battleford's,

Behind the scenes of Firemasters, with Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt

August 16th, 2020


What really happens behind the scenes on Food Network's Firemasters? Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt talks about competing on television, a new recipe, and all things BBQ.

Rob's …

The Saskatchewan Satanic Panic and Craft Beer, w/ Lisa Bryn Rundle

August 9th, 2020


Did you know Satanism, Witchcraft have a shared history with Saskatchewan and Craft Beer? CBC's Lisa Bryn Rundle talks about Uncover: Satanic Panic, her podcast about the 1980s Satanic Panic in Saskatchewan.  We also …

All the summer beers to taste w/ Peter Mills

August 2nd, 2020


Peter Mills joins the show for a summer-themed beer tasting featuring Cucumber Jasmine, Cerveza and Michelada. We talk about the Sask-craft beer scene's growth, beer ice cream, lentils and more.

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Designing Beer Recipes w/ Brewmaster Vanessa Owen

July 26th, 2020


From Cucumber Jasmine to Birchwood Gruit, Rebellion Brewmaster Vanessa Owen talks about how she designs recipes and gives us a peek behind the curtain of crafting a tasty beer.

Korean Fried Chicken and Solo Crush w/ Chef Chris Torjusen

July 19th, 2020


Avenue Head Chef Chris Torjusen talks about the new Covid-19 reality and Korean fried chicken. We also drink and discuss Rebellion's new single hop …

The textures of music creation w/ Emma Kramer-Rodger

July 12th, 2020


When you get Star Power in Super Mario, you are rewarded with a happy tune. When you die, you get a series of sad notes. Local Sask. artist, Emma Kramer-Rodger, talks about her work creating and designing sound for …

Drag Queens and Cucumbers w/ Flo Mingo

July 5th, 2020


Grab your cucumber and listen to Flo Mingo talk about drag culture, comedy, politics and her fundraising efforts on behalf of LuLu's Lodge, a safe …

Dungeons and Dragons w/ Daniel Parr

June 28th, 2020


Rebellion has hosted fashion shows, weight lifting & speed eating comps, music trivia bingo and more, but one of the most successful recurring …

Behind the Sask. Craft Beer Petition, w/ Alysia Johnson

June 21st, 2020


"Where do we want to go with craft beer in Saskatchewan? Do we want to lead the way or hang out at the back of the pack?"

This week's episode is all about the beer production levy and how Alysia Johnson's petition to …

The State of Saskatchewan Craft Beer

June 14th, 2020


If Saskatchewan plays its cards right, locally owned breweries could grow to become a $200M industry in less than 10 years. Mark Heise, the President …

Rebellion's 2020 Beer Lineup, w/ Mark Heise

June 7th, 2020


What do the 1970s and Grandma's classic rhubarb crisp have in common? Mark Heise shares his thoughts about creating new beers, developing artwork, the haze craze, IPAs and classic kölsches. We also talk about beer …

Animal Crossing and Craft Beer w/ Shaye Ruecker

May 31st, 2020


Animal Crossing is the absolute winner of 2020. With millions of copies sold, celebrities, politicians and pro sports teams have all flocked to its …

Look for the Helpers, The Builders, the Do-Gooders

May 24th, 2020


The Lady Rebels Beer Club brewed a blood orange beer named Tovey Tribute and dedicated the sales to the YWCA. Alexis Losie joins us to talk about how the YWCA will use the money, and the impact it will make on the women …

Brandee Owens, the Steel Mace Valkyrie

May 17th, 2020


Brandee Owens talks about mace training and explains how it strengthens and empowers students. We also drink and discuss the Tovey Tribute Blood Orange Ginger Ale, a beer brewed by the Lady Rebels Beer Club, with 100% …

Dean Renwick gives away thousands of masks

May 10th, 2020


It's high fashion meets the front lines of Covid-19 when local designer Dean Renwick and his team rolled up their sleeves to make and donate …

The Psychology of a Pandemic with Dr. Gordon Asmundson

May 3rd, 2020


Why are some people convinced Covid-19 is a hoax while others burn down 5G towers or buy an arsenal? Dr. Gordon Asmundson, has focused much of his …

#ShaveItForShelters with Braden and Dustin

April 26th, 2020


Some people are picking up guns and waving protest signs because they can't get a haircut... others, like Braden and Dustin, shaved their heads to raise money for shelters in their community. They talk about their work …

Honey Bees and Honey Beers with Azure-Dee Farago

April 19th, 2020


What do brewers and bee-keepers have in common? Hobby beekeeper Azure-Dee Farago explains how beekeeper culture meshes with craft-beer culture, and …

Conexus, Covid-19 and Beer with Eric Dillon

April 12th, 2020


A lot of businesses are temporarily closed, but one thing people absolutely can't lose access to is their money. Eric Dillon, the CEO of Conexus …

Krista Broda loves all things Saskatchewan

April 5th, 2020


Krista Broda is a die hard Rider fan, a big Pats booster, and most importantly, a huge craft beer fan. She shares her thoughts about social …

Saskatoon's Craft Beer Scene w/ Kevin Brown

March 29th, 2020


Saskatchewan's craft beer scene is changing rapidly, especially in Saskatoon. Kevin Brown of 21st Street Brewery shares his thoughts about …

Making Free Handsanitizer For the Front Lines

March 25th, 2020


In a time of crisis, look for the helpers. John Styles explains how his craft distilling business, Outlaw Trail Spirits, quickly switched to …

The Saskatchewan Craft Beer Festival

March 22nd, 2020


Last February, the Saskatchewan Craft Brewer's Association hosted the Second Annual Sask. Craft Beer Festival. Matt shares some thoughts and memories, and asks people from across the provincial beer scene to share their …

The Checkers Reunion Party, Remembering a Scene

March 10th, 2020


It's been more than 15 years since Checkers, a popular live music venue, closed its doors. Today, former Checkers DJ, Nolan Tabashniuk and his …

Jumpin' from the top rope w/ Thryllin' Dylan

March 3rd, 2020


What's the best weapon to take into the wrestling ring? What's the worst object to get hit with? Thryllin' Dylan (aka Jesse Robson) tells stories from inside the ring. We also drink and discuss Rebellion's toasted hemp …

English style pies, with Chef Malcolm Craig

February 25th, 2020


Take a deep dive on English pub culture, pies and the state of Regina's culinary scene with Chef Malcolm, of Chef Malcolm's Handmade Pies. We also …

Cakes, Bread and Beer with Jodi Robson

February 18th, 2020


Jodi Robson figured out how to get black coffee and snacks on-demand from the crew on the set of The Great Canadian Baking Show. She tells stories from behind the scenes, and we also taste and talk about Rebellion …

Telemiracle's Enduring Legacy

February 11th, 2020


Jesse Shkuratoff shares stories from her time volunteering with the Kinsmen/Kinettes for the annual Telemiracle fundraiser. She explains how you can …

Mentoring as a Big Brother w/ Victor Roman

February 4th, 2020


Do you know anyone in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program? Victor Roman is the Exec. Dir and a Big Brother. He explains how a being a mentor led to friendship and family. We also drink and discuss Winter Warmer by

Writing and Worldshaping with Edward Willett

January 28th, 2020


Sask. author Edward Willett joins us to talk about the novels in his Worldshaper series, the craft of writing, and craft beer. We also drink and discuss Chinook Crush, the first of Rebellion's Hazy Crush series.

Golfing, Beer and Holes in One

January 21st, 2020


Do you know the perfect beer for your golf game? We tackle this question and more with the guys from  Drive-The-Green. If you're looking to improve …

How do we welcome more people to craft beer?

January 14th, 2020


Ren Navarro is a craft beer lover who advocates for diversity and inclusion in craft beer. We talk about her work, as well as the Founders Brewing racism allegations and Pile O' Bones Brewing's own experience with …

Morgan Turner and the Regina Rage Room

January 7th, 2020


What's it like to take a baseball bat to a giant LCD TV? How much destruction can one man cause with his bare hands? Morgan Turner runs the Regina Rage Room, where they run a smash course in breaking stuff for fun.

Fighting Cancer with Cookies

December 31st, 2019


How much money can be raised with a cookie sale? Nora Yeates from the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan explains how one little girl's cookies made a big difference in the fight against cancer. We also drink and discuss …

Sask-grown hops, with Justin Shepherd

December 24th, 2019


Hops are an essential ingredient in beer. Rebellion got their hands on more than 80kg of fresh, Saskatchewan-grown hops from JGL Shepherd Farms and brewed a wet-hopped beer. Justin Shepherd talks about what it takes to …

New Orleans and the Big Easy Kitchen w/ Warren Montgomery

December 17th, 2019


Warren Montgomery is bringing a taste of New Orleans to Regina with his food at the Big Easy Kitchen. We talk about his favourite dishes, common misconceptions of Cajun food, and the joy of a crawfish boil.

We also …

Mandalorian and Star Wars Hot Takes

December 10th, 2019


This week's episode is all about Star Wars and Baby Yoda. Shaye Ruecker joins Matt to talk about The Mandalorian, Jon Favreau and baby Yoda. We also drink and discuss Rebellion's latest seasonal, Raspberry Sour Smoothie.

Jen Muscoby's craft beer journey

December 3rd, 2019


Jen Muscoby's passion for craft beer cannot be understated. From Cicerone, to organizing cask festivals to co-hosting the Lady Rebels Beer Club, …

All about Filipino food with Allan Pulga

November 26th, 2019


On this week's episode, local foodie Allan Pulga recommends five Filipino dishes you need to try, including Lechon Kawali, a world-famous BBQ pork …

What does it take for a brewery to survive?

November 19th, 2019


What does it take to make or break a craft beer industry? Dr. Jason Foster has been watching craft beer explode in the west, and he shares his …

Craft Beer and Sask Barley w/ Aaron Beattie

November 12th, 2019


Did you know Saskatchewan grows some of the most coveted barley for beer in the world? Dr. Aaron Beattie and his team explain how farmers and …

Spex and Night Viper with Ryan Horne

November 5th, 2019


Ryan Horne from Spex joins us to talk about eyewear, fashion and the arts in Regina. We also crack open a can of Night Viper, one of Rebellion's fastest selling seasonal beers.

Crispy Boys Conspiracies

October 29th, 2019


Is the Crispy Boys meme an authentic Internet phenomenon or a clever corporate advertising conspiracy?

Get out your tinfoil, corkboard, pins and red yarn because it's time to dive into some Crispy Boys Conspiracy …

Night Viper Beer Art Design w/ Joel Hustak

October 22nd, 2019


Electrifying and inspiring artwork can make or break a beer release. Saskatchewan artist, Joel Hustak, talks about designing Night Viper's artwork and his brand new Star Wars project.


Chantrelles and Charcuterie w/ Chef Chris Torjusen

October 15th, 2019


Chantrelle mushrooms are taking the culinary world by storm and Sask. produces some of the best in the world. Avenue Restaurant's Chris Torjusen …

Dinosaurs, Mom-Jeans and Sask-Fashion with Janis Procyk

October 8th, 2019


What's the deal with the return of mom-jeans? Janis Procyk does a deep dive on mom-jeans, fashion trends and explains why she founded Brick and Mortar Fashion and Decor, a clothing shop that exclusively features …

Wet Hopped Beer w/ Mark Heise

October 1st, 2019


Have you tried a wet-hopped beer before? Rebellion used 80 kg of fresh, SK-grown hops from JGL Shepherd Farms in its newest seasonal beer, Wet Hopped Centennial. Mark Heise, Rebellion President and CEO, explains what …

Scotty, the World's Largest T-Rex

September 24th, 2019


Did a baby T-Rex have feathers? We sit down with Peter Menzies to talk about dino feathers and Scotty the T-Rex, the world's largest T-Rex skeleton at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. We also drink and discuss Hazy IPA by

ORA Security Solutions with Joel Rathgaber

September 17th, 2019


ORA security solutions started with one woman trying to protect her father. Joel Rathgaber explains how this Saskatchewan company is developing a …

Loot Box Billions w/ Shaye Ruecker

September 10th, 2019


Loot boxes in video games like Fortnite and Star Wars Battlefront II seem innocent enough, so why are some countries banning them?

Shaye Ruecker explains how loot box mechanics are more like gambling than gaming, …

Talking Journalism with Sam Maciag

September 3rd, 2019


Sam Maciag recently took over hosting duties of the CBC Saskatchewan News at Six program. She talks about her career in journalism, her start in radio, and how she transitioned to the CBC.

We also drink and discuss …

Stories of the Human Condition w/ Shawn Broom

August 27th, 2019


Shawn Broom dives deep into people's life stories on the Story of U Podcast. We share a beer and talk about why he's so interested in examining the human experience. We also drank and discussed Haskap Sour by Nokomis …

The Digital Society w/ Dr. Alec Couros

August 20th, 2019


In the post-truth era of deep fakes, diminished digital literacy, online catfishing and 'fake news,' how do we protect ourselves?

Dr. Alec Couros is …

Dr. Vanessa Mathews on Craft Beer Booms

August 13th, 2019


What makes a neighbourhood great? The answer seems to be a craft brewery! Dr. Vanessa Mathews is studying the social and economic impact of craft …

The Sask Podcast Scene w/ Dale Richardson

August 6th, 2019


Dale Richardson has created a one-stop-shop for podcasts created across the province. Finding local storytellers is easier than ever before with the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. He talks about what drove him to make …

The Psychology of Beer w/ Dr. Nick Carleton

July 30th, 2019


Do you run headlong into new beer styles and flavours or do you wait for friends and experts to give their opinion before you take a sip? Dr. Nick …

A summer of science with Ryan Holota

July 23rd, 2019


People always ask us how they can get into brewing as a career and we tell them they should start with chemistry and sciences. The Sask. Science …

Perogies and Pilsners with Sarah Colonna

July 16th, 2019


Actress, comedian, New York Times Bestselling Author, Sara Colonna came on the show to try perogies for the first time in her life. Her husband, Jon …

Solar Powered Sask with Miguel Catellier

July 9th, 2019


Thinking about solar panels? Miguel from TruGreen Energy explains what it costs to install and the benefits of going solar.

We also drink and discuss

The Sask Airshow with Vaughn Schofield

July 2nd, 2019


Snowbirds and Spitfires will be crossing the skies at the Saskatchewan Airshow on July 6-7. Vaughn Schofield, the Patron of the Airshow, talks about …

Street art and tattoos w/ Josh Goff

June 25th, 2019


What would you do if a dog bit you in the butt? Josh Goff tells stories from his time as a roguish graffiti artist and how he went from being chased …

Roughriders and BBQ w/ Belton Johnson

June 18th, 2019


Mom's home-cookin' is Belton Johnson's secret sauce. The 2007 Grey Cup champ talks about growing up in Mississippi, his time with the Roughriders and shares a few stories about his mom's legendary breakfasts and his BBQ …

Football and Fortnite w/ Neal Hughes

June 11th, 2019


Do you know who inspired Neal Hughes to get up at 7:30 every morning to watch game day footage? Hughes is a two-time Grey Cup champ and he shares some stories from his time with the Riders and makes some predictions for …

Art in the Heart of Downtown

June 4th, 2019


How do you find beauty in a jungle made of concrete, steel and glass? Judith Veresuk and her team with Regina Downtown have launched an ambitious …

The State of Craft Beer w/ Mark Heise

May 28th, 2019


Rebellion President and CEO, Mark Heise, shares his thoughts about the state of SK craft beer and the recent news about the merger of two craft beer pioneers, Boston Beer/Dogfishhead.

We also drink and discuss Dandy In …

Vegas Knights and Moose Memes with Greg Moore

May 21st, 2019


Greg Moore gave himself one year to chase a wild dream with Justin Reves. Together, they worked to crack the secret to becoming a viral phenomenon. In less than 12 months, they delivered Experience Regina t-shirts to …

Art and Craft Beer with Joel Hustak

May 14th, 2019


What do Star Wars, Game of Thrones, and the Strumbellas have in common with Rebellion Brewing? The answer is Joel Hustak. He joins us to drink Golden …

Craft Beer's Connection to Libraries

May 7th, 2019


Did you libraries were essential to the explosion of the modern craft beer movement? Librarian Tanya Rogoschewsky joins us to drink our brand new Citrus Smoothie beer and talk about all the new programs coming up, …

Dandy's makes beer icecream

April 30th, 2019


Did you know Dandy's makes beer ice cream? Daniela Mintenko and her team are making all sorts of ice cream, whether it's coconut honeycomb ash, smoked cherry whisky or London fog, chances are you'll find a flavour to …

Bats and Beer with Dr. Erin Baerwald

April 23rd, 2019


Did you know bats are essential to craft beer? Sask is home to eight different species of bats, and they are estimated to offer $10B in economic …

Crop Research and the Future of Craft Beer

April 16th, 2019


Saskatchewan farmers grow the best crops in the world, it only makes sense to brew kick-ass beer with it.

A small army of craft beer, ag-science geeks, like Lana Shaw and Joel Williams explain how their research is good …

The Best Spots in Sask. w/ Jodi Holliday

April 9th, 2019


Saskatchewan has fishing, hunting, hiking, stargazing and a kick-ass craft beer scene, making it a great destination for summer travelers. Jodi …

All About Beer with Brewmaster Amanda Butt

April 2nd, 2019


Brewmaster Amanda Butt tells the story of her craft beer journey and how she went from biochemistry to brewing. She talks about her work at Great Western Brewing, and how she got a job at the Boston Beer Company, …

Joel Yeomans, Grinding for Comedy

March 26th, 2019


What was the worst song in the 90s? What happens when comedians age out and stop being funny? Local comedian Joel Yeomans gives a series of hot takes and talks about his new upcoming comedy event, "I thought you quit …

A City to Discover w/ Ashley Stone

March 19th, 2019


Ashley Stone is the Director of Tourism at Tourism Regina. Matt asks her if we can get a Deadpool Statue, and her answer might surprise you.  She …

Building the Silicon Prairies

March 12th, 2019


The digital economy has the potential to create jobs, but what will it take to build the silicon prairies? Thomas Archer and are working to plant the seeds today for the creators and innovators …

The World of Artisanal Beer Soap

March 5th, 2019


Rachelle Hofmeister makes artisinal soaps through her company, Daisy Tree Soap. She teamed up with Rebellion Brewing to make a line of artisanal beer soaps, using beer, spent grain and mead to give you a superior soap …

Dr. Sarah explains ugly carrots and apples

February 26th, 2019


The ugly fruit and veggies movement urges you to save the world by eating one ugly carrot at a time. Dr. Sarah Taber works in the food industry and she pointed out that most of ugly fruit and vegetables get turned into …

Chef Milton Rebello and Peach Ginger Sour

February 19th, 2019


Chef Milton Rebello joins us to talk about his passion for food, cooking by touch and taste and how his wife is inspiring him to up his pastry game.

Hockey Talk and Bow Smash Beer

February 12th, 2019


Matt and Chris from PatsCast joined us to talk beer and hockey. Matt tells us about this year's team and what sets the WHL apart as a sports entertainment experience.

We also drink and discuss Bow SMaSH by Pile O' …

Simpsons and Craft Beer Statistics w/ Shaadie Musleh

February 5th, 2019


Rebellion launched a customer survey all about craft beer. We invited Shaadie Musleh, a data analysis expert, to unpack some of the numbers and help us understand what we can learn from the people who answered the …

Sarahmony's new Stout

January 29th, 2019


Sarahmony's an up-and-coming Twitch-streaming gamer from Saskatchewan who has gained a global following. She's sits down with us to talk about beer, …

Experience Regina w/ Mark Heise

January 22nd, 2019


Mark Heise, President and CEO of Rebellion brewing, thinks Regina should be loud and proud about the 'Experience Regina' campaign.

He also talks …

Traditional Aikido w/ Virgil Lea

January 15th, 2019


Are you looking for a way to get fit that's not just lifting weights and hitting a treadmill? Virgil Lea runs an Aikido dojo and teaches in a traditional, Japanese style. He also teaches a women's, and co-ed …

Ashley Kirsch, The Craft Beer Hunter

January 7th, 2019


Sharing and discovering great beer is a huge part of craft-beer culture. An OG Rebel, Ashley Kirsch, took our Sour Red to a beer-lover's wedding in …

What Makes us Human w/ Layton Burton

December 17th, 2018


More than seven years ago, The Government of Saskatchewan changed the way the film industry operates in the province by replacing the film tax credit …

Warehouse District Revolution

December 10th, 2018


More than $33M in funding was announced to deal with the rail yards located in the middle of Regina, at the southern edge of the Warehouse District. Development of the land is estimated to take more than 15 years, and …

The Sourdough Donut Experience

December 3rd, 2018


Have you ever tasted a true sourdough donut? Katie Schmelinski of The Everyday Kitchen is creating a rare and masterful treat, and is one of a few …

Boards N' Beans, the board game cafe

November 26th, 2018


Stephanie Smith loves the board game Dinosaur Island, a Jurassic Park style board game, except all the people running her park keep getting eaten by dinosaurs!

It's just one of the many games you can find at her cafe, …

The Queen of Mustard

November 13th, 2018


Have you ever tasted a beer mustard?

Val Michaud owns and operates Gravelbourg Mustard, a Saskatchewan company making unique mustard with stuff like beer or saskatoon berries.

She joins us on the podcast to talk all about …

The Bold and Mighty Amanda Ruller

November 5th, 2018


Olympic hopeful, fitness fanatic and social media influencer, Amanda Ruller joins us to talk about competition, attitude and her WWE tryout …

Spex and Beer

October 29th, 2018


Sneakerheads chase the rarest sneakers. Hat collectors won't remove the stickers or tags from their hats, but have you ever heard of eyewear fans? …

Newfoundland Hospitality in Saskatchewan w/ Scott Coady

October 22nd, 2018


From screeching to Saskatchewan, Scott Coady explains how he brought a taste of Newfoundland to the Prairies by opening up a Mary Brown's restaurant.

Newfoundlanders drive hours across the prairies just to to get a taste …

Hidden Prairie Gems w/ Andrew Hiltz

October 15th, 2018


Andrew Hiltz was the 2017 Saskatchewanderer, travelling across the province to discover amazing food, tourist destinations and of course, craft beer!

We also sat down and drank Cat's Got the Cream Ale by us, Rebellion …

The story of Italian Star Deli

October 9th, 2018


Carlo Giambattista has more than 30 years under his belt at his family's Italian Star Deli. He shares the story of how it all started, the importance of prosciutto and why he's always smiling when you walk through his …

Poor Nameless Boy and the perfect love song

October 1st, 2018


Joel Henderson, aka Poor Nameless Boy, is launching his newest single, Catch Up and Slow Down across platforms everywhere. He talks about trying to write a song no one else has written before, and examines what it means …

Our Digital Future w/ Shaye Ruecker

September 24th, 2018


YouTube and Twitch are turning young content creators into successful entrepreneurs. From cord-cutting to on-demand video available anywhere, who in …

Fight Club w/ Scott Wilson

September 21st, 2018


Did you see the twist ending coming at the end of Fight Club? Were you inspired to steal liposuctioned fat and refashion it into artisinal soap for rich people? How about starting your own Fight Club?

Professor Scott …

Gourmet Cheese & Sour Apricot Ale

August 27th, 2018


Takeaway Gourmet is a culinary jewel in Regina's Cathedral District, supplying some rare, unique, artisinal cheeses from around the world. Aleana …

The Economics of Craft Beer

August 20th, 2018


What three things converged to help create Saskatchewan's craft beer scene? Will marijuana legalization impact craft beer?

Jason Childs, an economics professor from the University of Regina teaches "The Economics of …

Escape Rooms w/ Dale D'Silva

August 13th, 2018


Escape Club owner Dale D'Silva explains the way to build a winning team to beat escape rooms - immersive puzzles with a time limit. We also taste and …

Satori Sour w/ Glenn Valgardson

August 6th, 2018


Have you tried many barrel aged sours? We sit down and taste Satori Sour, by Nokomis Craft Ales, a brew that's earning high praise from the craft beer community.

Glenn Valgardson from Pile O' Bones Brewing talks about …

Blake Berglund gets called out by Marty Stuart

August 2nd, 2018


Blake Berglund joins the podcast to drink Golden Ale by Nokomis Craft Ales. He talks about the journey to create his latest album, Realms, meeting …

Gateway Festival w/ Taron Cochrane

July 23rd, 2018


Taron Cochrane returns to the podcast to celebrate local music and talk about the Gateway Music Festival, happening July 27-29 in Bengough …

Golden Knights, Deadpool and Sour Crush

July 16th, 2018


Greg Moore joins Matt to taste and talk about Sour Crush, a brand new kettle sour by Rebellion Brewing. Moore talks about trying to get Saskatchewan …

Rootbeer Kombucha w/ Megan Trenholm

July 9th, 2018


Megan Trenholm from Malty National Brewing joins Matt on the podcast to drink Rootbeer Kombucha by Good Spirit Kombucha, a local, small-batch …

Pride IPA and Kegerators with Andrew Smith

July 2nd, 2018


Are you thinking about getting a kegerator? Andrew Smith of Taps N Towers shares some tips before you spend your money.

We also taste Pride IPA by 21st Street Brewery.


New England IPAs w/ Brewmaster Dave Holowaty

June 25th, 2018


The New England IPA Style (NEIPA) has taken the craft beer world by storm. Rebellion Brewmaster, Dave Holowaty, sits down with Matt to discuss the …

Huell Pilsner and fried chicken w/ Paul Rogers

June 18th, 2018


Have you tasted Beak's Chicken yet? Do you know how to get your fried chicken to have excellent crunch? One man knows, and he's telling us how.

Chef …

Golden Crush N' Comic Books with Chad Boudreau

June 11th, 2018


Golden Crush is back for the summer - crisp, bright and hoppy. Chad also shares three recommends for must-read summer comics. If you haven't read …

Beer and Donuts w/ Dee Kitsch

June 4th, 2018


Dee Kitsch leads The Cookie Lady's donut division and she's teamed up with us for a delicious beer and donut pairing. We also taste Duke of Earl by Malty National Brewing.


Sippin' Sodas with Jen Dubois

May 27th, 2018


A little fire and smoke can't slow down Jennifer Dubois. She runs Miyowasiwin Salon Spa in Regina. She sits down with Matt to tell the story of her salon, the fire next door, and what's coming next for her business. We …

Pomegranate Pale Ale and coffee with John Cameron

May 21st, 2018


We taste Pomegranate Pale Ale by High Key Brewing, a new brewery from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and then John Cameron talks about local coffee …

Brisket and BBQ with Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt

May 14th, 2018


BBQ competition season has just begun and Pitmaster Rob Reinhardt of Prairie Smoke and Spice BBQ is slinging the best brisket and ribs you've ever tasted.

He shares a few tips for beginners and talks about what he has …

Simcoe SMaSH w/ Chris Oleson

May 7th, 2018


100 Men Who Care is a grassroots organization that raises money for local charities, but with a twist. It's a movement with chapters sprouting up across Canada and the USA.

We also taste Simcoe SMaSH Ale by Pile O' Bones …

Gentleman's Stout w/ Shaadie Musleh

April 30th, 2018


Rebellion has been saying something special is going on in the Saskatchewan craft beer industry for a few years and a recent economic impact study backs it up.

Matt sits down with Shaadie Musleh, the Manager of Strategic …

Flat Cap Stout w/ Stefan Rzadzinski

April 23rd, 2018


Matt jumps on skype to talk to Stefan Rzadzinski, a young Canadian race-car driver who is sporting the Rebellion hop-burst logo on his car this season. They talk about the nature of fundraising to put wheels on the …

Death by Coconut with Parker Willfong

April 11th, 2018


This is a very special episode with Homebrewer, beer judge and craft beer expert, Parker Willfong. He sits down to taste Death By Coconut, a …

IPA and Pies with Chef Malcolm

April 9th, 2018


Great beer deserves to be paired with great food, especially when it's as good as Chef Malcolm's Handmade Pies, a locally owned pie shop in a …

Blast Off! with Taron Cochrane

April 2nd, 2018


Local music guru Taron Cochrane joins Matt for a tasting of Rebellion's newest can offering, Blast Off! He shares his opinions about the local music scene and talks about his work with Rebellion and Music Heals, a …

Red Rye IPA and Lady Rebels Beer Club

March 25th, 2018


Vanessa Owen sits down with us to taste and talk about the Red Rye IPA, one of the best seasonal offerings ever made. She is also celebrating the second anniversary of the Lady Rebels Beer Club, run by and for women, …

Oatmeal stout and eating insanely hot food

March 18th, 2018


Matt sits down with Regan Hinchcliffe to taste and talk about Matt's favourite Rebellion beer, Oatmeal Stout. We also dive into a viral video of Regan eating hot sauce that gained more than 4.4M views online. He also …

Make It Funky - Feat: Rebellion President Mark Heise

March 15th, 2018


Matt and Mark talk all about Rebellion's newest bottle release, Make It Funky, a wild yeast ale with flavours of apricot and aromas of funk. Mark also talks about Orval Brewery, one of the inspirations behind this beer.

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