Federal regulators have approved Prairie Artisan Ales of Tulsa for three new beer labels.
What’s interesting about these labels is that all three were registered out of Prairie’s headquarters brewery in Tulsa, as opposed to Choc Beer Co. HQ in Krebs, where much of Prairie’s beer is made.
Prairie brewmaster Chase Healey has said in the past that he would indeed produce a percentage of his beer in Tulsa.
Let’s take a look at the labels:
It appears the latter two labels are spin-offs or side projects for Healey; I reached about about the origin of the Brouwerij Okie brand, but have yet to hear back. Will keep you updated as I learn more.
Pints and Pins
-McNellie’s OKC has set a date of May 3 for its annual Pub Run.
-The pint night today at McNellie’s OKC is Asahi Kuronama Black. At McNellie’s Tulsa, it’s Roughtail pint night.