If you’re after a satisfying meal and a pint, then Prince Albert Brewing Company (PABCo) is the place for you.
With the biggest wings in town and endless flavour options, PABCo has once again taken home the honours for the city’s best Wings.
“I’ve always thought our wings were the best, they’re definitely the biggest,” owner Rob McLeod said.
Wings are on special every night Monday through Thursday and Friday night is Steak Night at PABCo. Try one of their house pints paired with a 10-ounce New York striploin and full sides for just $25.
Add in locally-produced beer named after local Prince Albert landmarks and it’s easy to see why PABCo has been named the Best Pub/Bar two years in a row and nominated in this category for 2018. “We invite you to come in and meet our new bar manager Kyriakos, high energy very friendly not to mention good looking. “We don’t have a large menu, but we like to think that everything we put out is top quality with generous portions,” McLeod said.
A previous BOB Award winner in 2014, PABCo sources most of their menu items locally and operates a micro-brewery on site, featuring a variety of hand-crafted beer named after some local-area sites.
Try the Broken Bridge Lager with its light, golden colour and crisp, dry finish; or the Grey Owl pale ale, offering a mix of fruity, hoppy and malt aromas. Also brewed in-house is the Pioneer Pilsner, the Rogues Red Ale, Classic IPA and the St. Louis Ghost Light.
PABCo also sells a variety of seasonal flavour shots, including lime, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry and chocolate.
Now producing twice as much lager as when PABCo first opened in 2011, Brewer Harvey Dennis says the micro-brewery is running at capacity, and their beer sells as fast as they can produce it.
The company makes their own nitrogen, which makes for a finer bubble – or finer foam – on their beer.
Jam sessions are a popular draw on Wednesday nights, with open mic starting at 9 p.m. and every day complimentary popcorn is served after 4pm.
PABCo is a locally-owned business, owned jointly between Rob McLeod, Patricia Scott, Larry Boettcher, Doug Cooper and Brian Scott. PABCo is active in the community, contributing to numerous causes and sponsoring adult slo-pitch teams.
Prince Albert Brewing Company can be found at 1425 Sixth Ave. E. The off-sale store opens at 9:30 am daily featuring a convenient drive through. The pub and restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m.
Follow PABCo on https://www.facebook.com/thenewpabcopage/ for daily specials or call them at (306) 763-6222 to find out how you can book PABCo for your upcoming steak night fundraiser.
The pub and restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m.
Prince Albert, SK S6V 1H7
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