The Thirsty Beagle: Oklahoma brewers get creative for return of Collaboration for Legislation

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Oklahoma brewers get creative for return of Collaboration for Legislation

There's a super-interesting event coming up at Oak & Ore on Tuesday -- where you'll see several Oklahoma beermakers flexing their creative muscles.

Collaboration for Legislation: The Return is set for 5 p.m. at the Plaza District spot.

The event will benefit the Craft Brewers Association of Oklahoma as the association looks to keep momentum moving at the state Capitol for beer-related legislation.

Tuesday's event will feature four of seven beers produced in a multi-brewery collaboration. The base pale ale wort was created at Prairie in Krebs, then portioned off to the brewers to ferment and hop at their own discretion.

Oak & Ore will tap variations from Anthem, COOP, Marshall and Prairie.

-Anthem: Eureka! Pale Ale. Dry-hopped with Eureka and Mosaic hops.

-COOP: Pale ale featuring an aroma hop addition and three experimental dry hops added after fermentation.

-Marshall: Ekuanot Pale Ale. Fermented with American California yeast and dry-hopped with Ekuanot hops.

-Prairie: Version 1. Fermented with a mix of Brett strains, finished with house farmhouse yeast and dry-hopped with juicy hops.

You can learn more about the event here, and more about the CBAO here.

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