Saskatchewan’s drinking laws, the beer gardens also leave many new students out in the cold.
Saskatoon Brewery — located in Saskatoon’s downtown core — prides itself on being small and diverse.
At Prairie Sun Brewery, the movement towards alcohol of a more diverse nature is exemplified in their ever-expanding number of different beer varieties.
The dominance of mass-produced alcohol in Saskatoon, and Saskatchewan as a whole, is beginning to shift as the population starts to show more of an interest in diversifying their drinking habits.
In the past, fine food was often paired with fine wine. In recent years, though, beer has taken over the liquor market and has become a sophisticated beverage to cook with.
St. Patrick’s day is right around the corner. It’s a celebration of Irish culture and more importantly for us university students, an excuse to drink.
The thirst for beer will compete with the thirst for knowledge as the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union gets set to host its two-day Welcome Week afternoon party in the Bowl. Starting at 11 a.m. on Sept. 6 and 7, the event is set to include live music, information tables, giveaways and beer gardens.
A group of classmates at the University of Saskatchewan has undertaken a long-term study that will examine the environmental pressures to binge drink on campus and at campus-related events. The U of S Student Binge Drinking Prevention campaign originally started as a sociology assignment, but has since evolved into a funded initiative run by four
Would altering the legal drinking age be a proactive measure in curbing excessive binge drinking among youth? Jaclyn Lytle of the Fulcrum argues that the drinking age should not be altered, while Graham Briggs of The Martlet argues that it should be lowered to 18 in all of Canada.
A strong relationship between the CDC and Sapporo Breweries pays off for Saskatchewan farmers. Plant breeding conducted at the University of Saskatchewan Crop Development Centre by barley expert Brian Rossnagel has now given many Saskatchewan growers a lucrative opportunity to partner up with Japanese beer giant Sapporo Breweries.