The Thirsty Beagle: The week in beer: Stout Day, Angry Scotsman and brewery bike crawl

Monday, October 30, 2017

The week in beer: Stout Day, Angry Scotsman and brewery bike crawl

-McNellie's OKC is hosting a Rogue Dead Guy Pint Night today at 5 p.m.

-Red Coyote Edmond is hosting a Spooky Pack Pint Run on Tuesday at 6 p.m., featuring free COOP Negative Split at the end of the run.

-The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is staging a Crazy Mountain Beer Dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday. That's about $60 a person, and reservations are required by calling (405) 235-6262. More details here.

-After a successful launch party at The Patriarch, Angry Scotsman is getting back after it with an All Suds Day event at Oak & Ore. That's set for 6 p.m. Wednesday.

-There are at least four different International Stout Day events happening in Oklahoma City on Thursday. In no particular order, you have The Patriarch opening its doors at 3 p.m.; 405 Brewing hosting an event beginning at 4 p.m.; COOP going with stouts on all 18 taps at 4 p.m.; and TapWerks promising "something special planned with our friends at Prairie," although I could not find a time for their event.

-For those on the east side on Thursday, Marshall is hosting a Stout Day celebration at its taproom. That event kicks off 2 p.m.

-Friday is big day for Vortex Alley Brewing, as they open their taproom in Ponca City. I'll have more to come on that on the blog shortly.

-The Brew Shop will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday for the 19th annual American Homebrew Association Learn to Homebrew Day. This is a great event if you're interested in learning how to make your own beer.

-The weekend heats up even more on Saturday as Stonecloud and Anthem team up for West Side Drank: A Stonecloud and Anthem Brewing Collab. Starting at noon, each brewery will tap West Side Drank, their collaboration brett pale ale. Each will also offer two fruited versions of the beer, and if you bring your receipt from one brewery to the other, you can get a free 4 oz. pour of West Side Drank.

-If you're in parts east on Saturday evening, the annual Hops for Hope is set for 6:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport.

-Lastly, there's a super-cool event set for Sunday. The Pint Rider Brewery Bike Crawl is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with stops at Anthem, Stonecloud, Bricktown Brewery, Twisted Spike and Prairie OKC. Tickets are $40 and get you an event T-shirt and beer samples at all five stops. You guys -- we finally have enough breweries close enough to do cool crawls like this!!

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