A new BA stout from Prairie? Sign me up! It looks like only 50-ish cases of this were released between Oklahoma and Missouri, so it wasn’t the easiest thing in the world to find. Most were lucky to get a single bottle (myself included) which makes me sad, but hey, it’s just beer, right? Company: […]Read more "Review: Prairie Artisan Ales Branson Jamboree"
Imperial stout aged in Jamaican rum barrels is music to my ears. I generally enjoy the crazy flavors that a rum barrel can impart, and I enjoy that a brewery in my home state loves to experiment with this style. I’ve sorely missed this brew since its first appearance in 750 ml bottles. Let’s dig […]Read more "Review: Prairie Artisan Ales Pirate Noir"
I’ve been a big fan of COOP’s Territorial Reserve series since its inception. In fact, the first beer that I ever cellared was the initial 2010 release of that beer. It’s still in there, I should probably drink it at this point… Anyway, I heard about the chance to try this great brew on tap at […]Read more "Review: COOP Territorial Reserve Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee Imperial Stout"
One off Imperial Stout aged in Tequila barrels. It should be interesting to see what Prairie does with the tequila barrels, having only tried their draft only Tequila Barrel Aged Branson Jamboree in the past. I’m a little nervous. Be gentle, OK-Si. Company: Prairie Artisan Ales Location: Tulsa, OK. Brewed in Krebs, OK ABV: 12% […]Read more "Review: Prairie Artisan Ales OK-Si"