The Thirsty Beagle: It's Beer Label Friday, Vol. 4

Friday, September 4, 2015

It's Beer Label Friday, Vol. 4

We've got some new Oklahoma beer labels to peruse today, including a new offering from Prairie.

Let's start there:


That's Prairie's 3rd Anniversary Ale, a farmhouse ale brewed with raspberries.

Then we have a new offering from (405) Brewing:


This one is described as a "Tropically funky pale ale."

We also have this new label from Choc:


As much as I would like to see this label show up on bottles in my local liquor store, Choc President Zach Prichard tells me this is simply the low-point Peach Ale they've been serving at Pete's Place for a number of years, but now available in bottles on-premise.

Here's the label for Anthem Ogletoberfest:


And then there's one additional beer label note: The feds have signed off on several keg collars for the Mustang beers being made at Choc. Looks like kegs of Tractor Therapy, Sixty-Six, Rocket Fuel, Farmhouse and Washita Wheat will be produced and packaged at Krebs.

Pints and Pins

-Craftbeer.com is seeking votes/nominations for best beer bar in each state.

-The winning beer from the Red Earth Brewers Pink Boots homebrew competition -- an excellent Irish red ale by Julie Bennett -- will be poured next Thursday at 7 p.m. at The Patriarch. After winning the competition, Bennett visited Anthem to brew up a special batch of the beer.

-An upcoming beer from Anthem to keep your eyes peeled for: Golden One aged in French oak barrels that had been holding Babalon right before.

-The Brew Shop will be open over the holiday weekend: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, and 9 a.m. to noon on Labor Day.

-Marshall Brewing is open from noon to 7 p.m. today for growler fills and pints.

-COOP is open 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday for samples, pints and crowlers.

-Reminder, Fassler Hall-OKC's first Oktoberfest celebration is scheduled for Sept. 25-27.

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