Blood Oath is back with its 3rd pact. Blood Oath comes from Luxco, currently an NDP out of St. Louis while they get their new Lux Row Distillery up and running. So far I’ve been impressed with this line and you can read my thoughts on the last pact here . Let’s let Luxco explain a little bit […]Read more "Review: Blood Oath Pact No. 3"
I stopped in to Oak and Ore for a quick pint and was pleased to see a newish Marshall IPA that seems to be draft only at the moment. I like the idea of oatmeal in the mash, softening the mouth of an IPA, perhaps like an original English style IPA. Company: Marshall Brewing Company […]Read more "Marshall Brewing USS Tulsa Oatmeal IPA"
A keg only release for Iron Monk finally sees its launch in cans. This beer made has made some solid impressions in the Iron Monk tap room and various events in the OKC Metro. I’ve had this beer twice before, once at Oak and Ore and once at Tapwerks for Stout Day and remember it […]Read more "Review: Iron Monk Chocolate Habanero Stout"
Hello, you Bourbon beginners!!! You Bourbon babies!!! You Bourbon newbies!!! You amazing people who want to get into Bourbon and are just starting out and have no idea where to go! I am here for you. (Honestly, this is one of my FAVORITE topics, I’m so excited.) So, welcome to Bourbon! We are glad to have […]Read more "Bourbon Newbies! This one’s for you."
Prairie’s newest installment in the Funky Gold dry hopped sour ale series gets the Citra hop treatment. A personal favorite hop of mine, I was looking forward to this review, and have enjoyed the previous Funky Gold. Brewed in Krebs, let’s see what the post-Chase Prairie crew can do with the Funky Gold base beer. […]Read more "Review: Prairie Artisan Ales Funky Gold Citra"
Gather ’round, children. It’s time for some news! Trae and Jonathan down at 405 Brewing in Norman have been busy dudes. Their newest bottled offering, a brown ale simply called Brown, rolled out of the brewery this week and should be available at your favorite booze retailer in the next day or two. Brown was one […]Read more "405 Brewing Co. Releases Brown, Taproom Opening Soon"
Here is our first review of a fairly new Tulsa brewery, Renaissance Brewing Company. Brewed at Dead Armadillo in Tulsa, this is hefeweizen that has spices added and is served up in a 16 oz can. Company: Renaissance Brewing Company Location: Tulsa, OK ABV: 4.8% Style/Description: German Style Hefeweizen Wheat Beer Brewed with Spices Price: […]Read more "Review: Renaissance Brewing Co. Indian Wheat"
This one had been released previously in 22 oz bottles, so I was a little surprised to see 16 oz cans on the shelf at my local shop. We hadn’t reviewed it in the past, and it’s been a minute since I’ve drank a black IPA, so here I am with a freshly cracked Black […]Read more "Review: Dead Armadillo Black Hop India Black Ale"
This is the first time that I’ve sat down with a whiskey to write it up since I took a month off from booze, and man does it feel good. Also, this particular whiskey is a very exciting one to sit down with as I loved the previous Bourye offering from High West and can’t wait […]Read more "Review: High West Bourye (2017)"
February is so close I can taste it. Taking a big step back from my hobby this month has put things in perspective. I’ve realized that it’s just that, a hobby, and one that I began taking too seriously. The fear of missing out (fomo) is a hell of a thing and with constant beer releases, […]Read more "Kris’ Dry January: Day 29"