Federal regulators recently approved keg labels for a trio of Oklahoma brewers: Prairie, Marshall and Mustang.
Let’s take a look. First, you have two new offerings from Marshall Brewing Co.:
And from Prairie Artisan Ales:
And one from Mustang Brewing Co.:
So, those are just a few 0n-tap offerings to keep a lookout for when you hit your favorite establishment in the next few months.
Pints and Pins
-How about your lineup of Monday pint nights at the McNellie’s pubs: Anchor Steam at Oklahoma City; Sierra Nevada Pale Ale at Tulsa and Tulsa-South; and Founders Dirty Bastard at Norman.
-McNellie’s OKC has also set dates on a couple upcoming events: A Pub Run on May 3 and a Beer University of June 17. I’ll let you know when more details are announced.
-Tulsa beer blogger Tom Gilbert reports on a Bricktown Brewery franchise opening in Owasso. I have it on good information that Bricktown Brewery may soon look at additional expansion plans as well, including out of state as a possibility.
-At the time of this post, there were only nine seats left for Anthem Brewing Co.’s Beer and Palette painting event set for May 15 as part of Oklahoma City Craft Beer Week. You can surf here to try and nab a spot.
-And how about one more OKC Craft Beer Week note: An event page has been created for Roughtail Brewing Co.’s Vinyasa Beer Flow yoga night on May 13. You can go here to join the event. A cap on attendance has not been set, but only so many yoga mats can fit in the brewhouse, so get in now if you really want to attend.