What separates Prince Albert Brewing Co. & Steakhouse from other local pubs and off sale providers is the fresh hand crafted beer they make and sell in house.
The Prince Albert Brewing Company (PABCo) is the sole microbrewer in Prince Albert and they produce a variety of their own branded and hand crafted beers including Broken Bridge Lager, Rogues Red Ale, Grey Owl Pale Ale, Classic IPA, Natural Lime and Pioneer Pilsner. They also sell a variety of seasonal flavours including, raspberry, blackberry, and chocolate to name a few.
Customers can also enjoy the convenience of the PABCo’s cold beer and wine store drive thru service. Danny Dobratz, general manager of the company said so far they have had great success with their drive through service especially for the convenience to customers who may have a physical disability.
“It’s all about convenience,” he said. “Our pricing is competitive and our product is good.”
Dobratz also mentioned that customers purchasing off sale can soon look forward to the opportunity to buy PABCo beer in either a six or an eight pack of cans.
“Cans are the ultimate best for beer as like a keg no daylight meaning no light gets in and no air,” he said. Dobratz said he hopes the cans will be stocked on their shelves with in the next six to eight weeks.
A variety of products as well as PABCo beer products can be purchased at the Prince Albert Brewing Co. cold beer and wine store including an assortment of the most popular brands of wines, hard liquor and beer.
“We also carry Lucky Bastard vodka which to me is the number one vodka,” said Dobratz “It’s local and it’s made in Saskatoon.”
Dobratz said he always makes purchase for the pub locally.
“If it’s not made in the city then we purchase it in the province if it’s not in the province then it will be Alberta or Manitoba. We try to stay as local as possible and we want to keep our money circulating here,” he said.
Currently PABCo branded beer can be purchased at Prince Albert Brewing Co. & Steakhouse and various out of town establishments including the Capital Music Club in Saskatoon, The Clay Oven Cafe in Birch Hills, El Greco Family Restaurant in Melfort and the St Brieux Hotel.
Dobratz said the Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans Club (ANAVETS) and the Prince Albert Elks Club are the only locally licensed establishments that sell their product in Prince Albert, including any of the city owned or run facilities. He also mentioned that their retail and manufacturing facility in Prince Albert currently provides more than 25 local people with jobs.
Off sale prices for PABCo beer at the Prince Albert Brewing Co. cold beer and wine store is $10 for a two-litre jug and $6 for one a one-litre jug. After 9 p.m. the price for a two-litre jug changes to $12 and the one-litre jug goes up to $7
Customers that want to enjoy a cold one in the tavern can enjoy a pint of PABCo beer at the low price of $4.25 until 7 p.m. after which the price is raised by .50 cents to $4.75.
Prince Albert Brewing Co. is located at 1425 6th Ave E. Their drive thru and cold beer and wine store hours begin at 11 a.m. each morning except for Sundays when they open at noon. Monday and Tuesday they close at 1 a.m. and Wednesday through Saturday they close at 3 a.m. Sundays they close at midnight.
The tavern is also open every day at 11 a.m. except for Sundays when they open at 3 p.m.
Wed - Sat 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.
Sunday - noon - midnight
Prince Albert, SK
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