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Feds approve labels for Roughtail, Huebert

Nick Trougakos Modified: November 11, 2013 at 6:00 pm •  Published: November 11, 2013
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Federal regulators have approved labels for several new products from Oklahoma beer makers.

First, Roughtail gained approval for kegs of its next two seasonals, Winter Weizenbock and Spring Saison:

And Huebert has been approved for several beverages spinning of from its Rock Hard Rootbeer. These are Rock Hard Chocolate, Cream Soda and Orange Cream:

(Apologies are in order: An earlier version of this post included an erroneous reference to a label for Mustang Golden Ale. The post indicated that Golden Ale would be brewed at O’Fallon Brewery in Missouri. That information is not correct — Mustang is not using O’Fallon to brew kegs of Golden Ale at this time.)


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