Marshall Brewing will officially open for brewery tours and sampling on Nov. 22. And Prairie Artisan Ales will host its grand opening and first tours on Dec. 21.
Due to the passage of Oklahoma House Bill 1341, licensed brewers are now permitted to offer limited samples on premise.
To celebrate, Marshall Brewing Co., 618 S. Wheeling has planned a grand opening featuring the official launch of 2013 Big Jamoke Porter. The event runs from 2 to 7 p.m.
The following limited release Marshall beers will be on draft: Big Jamoke Porter, a cask-conditioned Topeca Coffee Big Jamoke Porter, El Cucuy and a German-style Altbier.
Andolini’s Pizzeria will be selling made-on-the-spot pizza by the slice.
Oklahoma HB 1341 sponsor Rep. Glen Mulready will be at the brewery to tap the cask-conditioned Topeca Coffee Big Jamoke Porter and the first official samples to be served at 2 p.m.
Tours and samples are free, with the option to pay $5 to receive a commemorative glass snifter with a portion of the proceeds being donated to The Autism Center of Tulsa.
Spots on the public tours are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tours are approximately 30 minutes long and detail the brewing process.
Marshall began offering beer commercially in May 2008. For more information call 918-292-8781.
Tulsa’s newest brewery — Prairie Artisan Ales — will host the grand opening of its new local facility from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 21, according to its Facebook page.
Free tours will be available each hour, and an optional tasting glasses will be available for $5.
Prairie Weisse and Potlatch will be available for tasting.
Find more information at PrairieAles.com.