Those looking for a chance to take home some Roughtail Brewing Co. beer straight from the brewery are in luck.
Roughtail confirms they will soon begin offering growler fills — and pints — of low-point beer at their Midwest City brewhouse.
They will become at least the fourth brewer of full-strength beer in Oklahoma to offer low-point beer in some form. Prairie offers growler fills at its brewery, COOP has a beer it pours at events like H&8th and Choc offers take-home beers sold out of Pete’s Place.
The plan right now is for Roughtail to open up from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 24 and offer pints and growlers. Roughtail will offer growlers in three sizes: 32 oz., 64 oz. and 2 liter (67.6 oz.). The growlers will retail for $5, $10 and $15, respectively, while fills will be $7 for the 32 oz. size and $14 for the bigger sizes. Pints will go for $4. (Cash, credit cards and Paypal will be accepted.)
Roughtail reports one of the first beers available will be Jaragua Pale Ale. Jaragua is the smallest gecko, and lizard for that matter, in the world, Roughtail’s Blaine Stansel reports.
Stansel said Roughtail will assess demand after the Aug. 24 event, but will likely look to open shop on Fridays and Saturdays going forward. Stay tuned for more details once those plans are finalized.