The Thirsty Beagle: It's Beer Label Friday, Vol. 5

Friday, October 9, 2015

It's Beer Label Friday, Vol. 5

Happy Friday y'all!

Let's take a look at some of the latest Oklahoma beer labels approved by the feds.

First, we have a pair of new labels from Prairie Artisan Ales.

Prairie Flare is a 7% ABV Gose brewed with orange and coriander:

Then there is this interesting offering: Prairie Abracadabra, a 9% ABV dark wild ale aged in sherry barrels:

Next, we have a beer I've mentioned before on the blog, Iron Monk's Stilly Wheat:

This low-point offering is available on draft in several locations around Stillwater, and it looks like Iron Monk is now rolling out 12 oz. bottles. I was able to sample some of this beer fresh at the brewery, and it's a good one.

And lastly we have another new offering from Beavers Bend Brewery in the Broken Bow/Idabel area, Red Slough Amber Ale:

This is the second low-point, bomber-sized label approved for Beavers Bend, which has been brewing low-point beer on draft only for at least a couple years. I'll be camping down at Beavers Bend State Park this month, and I'm going to try and seek out a few bottles if they're available.

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