Who knew Red Deer was so hipster? I randomly stumbled upon Wild Brew Co on Insta and have been wanting to check them out since that lucky discovery. Finally made it happen on a Saturday morning trip out to Red Deer.
Their old hours. They’ve updated them (as of October 2017) to be: Tuesday to Friday: 10:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday: 11:00am to 4:00pm. Closed Sunday AND Monday.
In case you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know what kombucha is, it has many, many health benefits! Tasty too.
The inside is small but they do have one small table for two and a picnic table outside to sit at. Love the garage sliding door and the cargo bike!
Closeup of the three taps they have on their cargo bike.
The branding/logo is on point. Slick, sharp minimalistic design.
If you haven’t heard of Wild Brewing, they specialize in kombucha. 6 flavours on tap.
They even have nitro coffee from Blackbird Cold Brew (from Calgary).
Since it was our first time, we wanted to sample all their options. A couple other people that dropped in were getting their growlers replenished.
Closeup of their taps. Like I said, slick.
Their prices are pretty reasonable and in line with other kombucha places I’ve visited recently. $5.00 for a 12oz cup and $10.00 to fill a growler (1L).
Flight ($5.25 for 6)
They don’t have anything fancy for their flights but we ain’t too picky. They come in cute 50ml sized beakers. Takes me back to chemistry class. I thought all of the flavours were great but Breezy and I mutually agreed our favourite was the peach ginger. Blueberry mint was a close second.
Closeup of blueberry mint, pink lemonade and elderberry lavender.
Closeup of ginger peach, orange dreamcicle and cherry lime coconut.
Went outside to enjoy our samples and took some more photos because they’re just so photogenic.
Love it! Hope Wild Brewing continues to expand to (you can get refills at Town Square Brewing Co in Edmonton, Raw Eatery & Market in Calgary and Float Now in Saskatoon to name a few). Finally a reason to stop in Red Deer.
Wild Brewing Co
#12, 5579 – 47 Street
Red Deer, AB