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Discussion in 'Southwest' started by russpowell, Jul 28, 2013.
I love this label!
That Dead Armadillo, I liked, but not as much as their Amber.
What time of year does COOP's Territorial Reserve Stout come out? Any 2012 still floating around in Norman? Might be making a trip up there soon.
Oklahoma brewery tours are now legal. 12oz of beer per visit. In case anybody on here didn't know.
Hell yeahs, now let's work on getting some non-silly brew pub laws!
Couple of random thoughts that might spur some discussion. F5 in the cans is astounding and will always be inhabiting my fridge. I put that beer up against almost any IPA out there. Also stoked Avery is back on the shelves. One of the first craft breweries I got into so pretty loyal. Glad they came back, now to get Bear Republic back on the shelves. Finishing off a beer soaked night with a Firestone Walker 14th Anniversary is not a wise decision. Oh, and my liver function tests came back normal. They were only elevated due to meds Cheers my Okie friends!
Also glad Avery is back. Super stoked that I can get "Joe's Pils" in a can now!
That Joe's drinks so great on a hot day. (Okie brewers take note, stand & deliver!) I'm sure it will pricepoint better than almost everyone but Coop, Santa Fe &maybe Sierra Nevada. Those Caldera cans are beyond stupid priced for what they deliver....
Just had F5.
Wow. Serious business.
Roughtail is releasing 12th round in pounder cans December 2nd!
Where are you finding this? Never seen it in state.
Broadway Wine Merchants has it
Did anybody get a chance to try Elizabeth from Prairie?
Thanks. Found it at Mayfair
Anyone go to First Draft in Tulsa? Thought I was gonna go & then realized my Son's birthday was the same weekend
I went to first draft. Phenomenal experience. Had some amazing beer from all over! Elizabeth was pouring also.
Any clue as to when SN Celebration will grace us with its presence?
It's already hit in Tulsa.
Maybe I luck into some tomorrow... Y'all need to holler about that stuff, some of us have to road trip to get to a decent OK beer store
Where do you usually travel to? If its Tulsa I'd highly recommend following some bottle shops on FB.
Celebration hit okc today.
I usually go to the Biergartern, but a medical appointment put in orbit of Ranch Acres, so I hit them. They scratched my itch for Celebration. They had one of those giant bottles of Prairie Elia5eth, if I spending that kind of money, it's kegs ( or 5 gallon mini-kegs) or cases
The garten is always my first stop. Midtown and other well knowns are my second. The 3L is Solid purchase. Only 240 made and its a delicious beer at that!
Second release of Marshall 5th Anniversary Ale next week, probably in stores Thursday.
Just had the Cask El Cuy Cuy at McNellies in T-Town, very, very nice indeed!
tried it at a tasting last night, best beer of the night!
This is a forgotten shop in Tulsa, I like to hit them up when in town, usually have some things laying around in the back.
Headed to Tulsa for Thanksgiving. What's new that I should be looking for at Biergarten?
Contact Freddy, owner of Biergarten, on facebook. Ask him if there's anything he needs from here, good things could happen.
Thanks, Freddy is always cool when I am there.
I'm making a trip up to Norman tomorrow...anything new I should be on the look-out for? Already planning on grabbing some Beer that Saved Christmas and F5 (if its still fresh).
Tulsa guy here. Thanks for the beer store recommendations. My usual go-to's are brother's at 71st and aspen and Collin's midtown.
I am doing a 12 pack beer trade for Christmas with my two best friends who live in Arkansas and Alabama.
Sadly, and obviously they get a way better selection in those states. I used seekabrew.com to find the stuff they don't have but it's mostly oklahoma breweries that i'm providing in my 12pack.
so far I have:
prairie Artisan - hoppy farmhouse ale
Choc - bourbon barrel pale ale
coop - f5
marshall's - atlas IPA
full sail - IPA
Full sail - recipe #6
MMMhops - haven't tried it but put it in as a gag
Alpha Dog - Imperial IPA (got it super cheap, $1.69/22oz bomber)
any other rec's? I'm not trying to spend a ton so the $7-$12 bombers are out of the question.
Arkansas gets Prairie in Little Rock, Hot Springs and Fort Smith. I'm not sure about the rest of the state.
I saw several Choc and Prairie brews when I visited Little Rock last month, but I'm sure they release a ton of stuff locally. You should be fine.
Not sure how I butchered this, ain't worth a shit unless on a desktop...
Santa Fe Happy Camper & Java Stout for sure
Oh, yeah Tallgrass might be another they don't get there...
Java Stout fro SF is so good. Reminds of me Surly Coffee Bender.
Little rock has Prairie bomb In certain stores!
as far as IN OKC/Tulsa
the beer that saved Christmas in certain stores
And what are those certain stores?
this was a week ago, & I forget the stores name (apparently there's few that sell craft)
but they had 4 packs for 25 of bomb (no price break)
My in laws live there, thought it'd be cool if they brought it down for thanks giving