McNellie’s Tulsa is playing host to the fifth anniversary party for Marshall Brewing Co., and will hold an outdoor fest featuring a wide array of Marshall offerings.
The party is set for 2 to 8 p.m. at 409 E First St. Admission will be free and pint and half-pint pours will be available for sale.
The preliminary beer list looks like this:
-Marshall 5 anniversary ale; an imperial red ale aged three months in whiskey barrels
-Old Pavilion Pilsner
-McNellies Pub Ale
-Revival Red Ale
-Arrowhead Pale Ale
-Limited edition Munich-style Dunkel
-Limited edition Klaus Hefeweizen
-Staggered releases of different single-hopped Pale Ale
-Staggered release of special one-offs by Marshall brewers
-Four brewer’s-choice beers
The guy’s at Marshall are extremely excited about the event’s headlining beer, 5, which is only being produced in limited quantities. Original plans called for blending the barrel-aged beer with regular Revival Red, but the quality of the product was so good, Marshall decided to serve it up unblended.
If you can’t make OCBF that day (Marshall beers will still be served at OCBF by a volunteer crew), getting over to McNellie’s Tulsa for some Marshall 5 will be a pretty good alternative.
-A special TTB good-luck shout out to Dead Armadillo, which brewed it’s first commercial-sized batch of Armadillo Amber on Sunday morning at Roughtail Brewing. Ferment away, good beer. And don’t forget that Dead Armadillo is nearing the home-stretch in its Kickstarter project. You can check that out by clicking here. In a related note, someone has made the $2,000 pledge required to earn the right to name the company’s armadillo mascot.
-Just a reminder that McNellie’s OKC is closed today and tomorrow for repairs and cleaning. They are scheduled to re-open on Wednesday.
-The pint night at McNellie’s Tulsa tonight is Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA.
-At McNellie’s Norman, tonight’s pint night is Pacifico.