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Marshall steps up to plate with ballpark offering

by Nick Trougakos Published: April 29, 2013
Marshall Brewing is doing its part to bring craft beer to the masses, offering up a special hefeweizen for those hot nights at ONEOK Field.

Here’s a press released issued from Marshall:

TULSA — Tulsa-based Marshall Brewing Co. is reintroducing Tulsa Driller All-Star Wheat at ONEOK Field. All-Star Wheat will become available beginning on April 26 and will be offered for the remainder of the season at select locations within ONEOK Field.

All-Star Wheat is a German-style Hefeweizen, perfectly suited to watching baseball on warm afternoons and evenings in Oklahoma. Aromas of banana and clove are created by using the traditional German ale yeast during fermentation. The yeast is left in the beer to both provide flavor and the typical cloudiness of a German-style wheat beer.

All Star Wheat features a medium body and a light sweetness to create a refreshing beer with exceptional sessionability.

Marshall’s All-Star Wheat will be available on draft at the following locations inside ONEOK Field:

-Craft Beer Cart located behind home plate

-Margaritaville Cart located along third-base concourse

-Liquor Cart located along first-base concourse

I haven’t been to a Redhawks game in ages — anyone know what the craft beer scene looks like at Bricktown Ballpark?

Daily Pints

-Plenty going on at McNellie’s OKC in the next week. To start things off, the weekly Monday pint night features Tecate tonight. Coming up on Saturday is the McNellie’s Pub Run, featuring the Guinness Challenge. You can get more information or sign up for the race right here. And lastly, McNellie’s OKC has announced they will be closed May 6-7 to make repairs. They said they expect to re-open May 8.

-The Monday pint night at McNellie’s Tulsa tonight is Ayinger Brau-Weisse.

-And the pint night at McNellie’s Norman today is PBR. Yes, I said PBR.

-New beers on their way to Okahoma: From Boulevard, Love Child No. 3 and Coffee Ale; from Sante Fe, Chicken Killer Barley Wine Ale; from Ommegang, Fleur de Houblon; and from Widmer Bros., Hopside Down IPL. Put me down for a couple bottles of Coffee Ale — 9.3 percent ale brewed in collaboration with The Roasterie air-roasted coffee — sounds amazing!


by Nick Trougakos
Local Editor
Local Editor Nick Trougakos has been with The Oklahoman since 2002. Trougakos covered the military, federal agencies and courts before becoming an editor in 2005. Prior to joining The Oklahoman, Trougakos was a reporter for the Oklahoma City...
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