The Thirsty Beagle: Angry Scotsman set for official public debut

Monday, October 2, 2017

Angry Scotsman set for official public debut

It's been a little more than a week since the announcement that the OK City Brewing Cooperative was being relaunched, but already one of the co-op members is making the most of the opportunity.

Not only has Angry Scotsman Brewing (ASB) founder and brewmaster Ross Harper been working away in the brewhouse on N Meridian, Harper is getting ready to debut his beer to the paying public for the first time.

The official launch is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14 at the co-op, 520 N Meridian.

In the meantime, you can start to get a feel for ASB's plans for branding and product line-up based on label approvals filed with the federal government.

The brewer was approved for keg collars that show four mainline beers and also a pair of rotators -- a special release and a rotating IPA:


The label filings also show plans for canned releases, as evidenced here:


ASB has taken the approach of filing a generic label for approval and then updating the design at a later time. One can also check this image from the event page for ASB's release event for a feel at the potential design/look of the brand:


In terms of the Oct. 14 event, here's a blurb from the event page:

"We'll have our flagships Rusty Kiltpin, Pale Ryder, and Night Terror pouring, plus a selection of small batch releases to enjoy, too. You'll also be able to get growler fills of Rusty Kiltpin and Night Terror to take ASB suds home for the first time.

"We're lining up food trucks, yard games, music and more to make this the party it needs to be. 21 and up only per OK law, but well-behaved furry friends are always welcome."

If you can't make the event on the 14th, consumers should expect to see ASB kegs hit the market this month as well.

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