Tag: Oklahoma

  
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Restaurateur plans to open Rwanda’s first local brewery; first US brewery medals in German-style Pilsner at European awards; changes in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania benefit beer drinkers; and Night Shift Brewery launches own wholesaler.

Oak & Ore in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Barkeep by

In addition to hosting the state premiere of breweries like Drie Fonteinen, Oklahoma City watering hole Oak & Ore supports and effects positive change in the region.

Horny Saint Kindred Spirits by

This refreshing mix of elderflower liqueur, grapefruit vodka and crisp, clean Blonde Ale is just the trick to forget about summer’s heat.

Birra Farmhouse Ale by Prairie Artisan Ales Label Approval by

This playful, hand-drawn world is one of dozens that label artist Colin has created for Prairie Artisan Ales, a young Oklahoman brewery with a prolific and highly acclaimed lineup.

Chase Healey of Prairie Artisan Ales Going Pro by

Chase and Colin Healey founded Prairie Artisan Ales a little more than a year ago with a single purpose: to brew complex farmhouse and barrel-aged beers. Chase brews small batches of beers he’s interested in. Colin hand-draws Prairie’s label art. This, they believe, is the future of craft brewing.

Multitasking Your Beer Innovation by

A homebrewer with a mechanical mind, creator Bruce Sanchez invented The Infusionator, a dry-hop infuser and counter-pressure bottle filler.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Destinations by

What used to be a place with literally no hometown breweries, and bars that only sold cheap, macrobrewed longnecks, has emerged as a great city for craft beer.

Marshall Brewing Company From the Source by

When Eric Marshall started Marshall Brewing Company in 2008, he had a different kind of challenge ahead of him. Oklahoma was a beating heart for the American adjunct lager and its producers, and seducing drinkers with hoppy ales and rich lagers was no easy task.

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Philadelphia brewpubs raided by police; Moosehead, Boston Beer Company ink distribution deal; A-B InBev bid for distributor blocked by Illinois; and Iowa, Oklahoma become friendlier to craft brewing.