This feature will be in video form, with a quick interview of the brewer talking about one particular beer, the style, the name, and the taste and anything else they want to add.
Mitch Hull brewmaster for Rapture Brewing Co. at Prairie Creek Farms, 24962 W. 141st St. South, Kellyville, discusses Saison Du Porch a Saison dry hopped with Vic Secret, at 5.5% ABV available at the farm and Ranch Acres, Collins Midtown and Biergarten liquor stores and Tulsa's Farmers Market at Kendell Whittier Square on Saturday mornings while supplies last.
McNellies's downtown, 409 E. First St. and South City, 7031 S, Zurich Ave., plan a pint night with Rapture on August 24, South City pouring Slow As Lightning and downtown pouring Raspberry Sour. Buy a pint, keep the glass.
Dead Armadillo's Himbeere Herbeere
American Solera's Western Vibes
Marshall Brewing's Grand Lake Light Ale
Cabin Boys Brewery's Prost King Pils
Nothing's Left Brewing's Salted Watermelon Crusher
Eerie Abbey Ales' The Confessional
Area breweries and beyond
What the Ale: Pryor's Fat Toad Brewing Co. moving to a new location in the MidAmerica Industrial Park
I joined the Tulsa World in 1988 after graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma. I lived in Saudi Arabia before graduating from Broken Arrow High School. I'm married to Karen Gilbert and have three grown children. Phone: 918-581-8349
Olive oil and chickpeas are the stars of this meal — both of which you probably already have on hand. Personally, I’m never without a can of chickpeas in my pantry. There are endless ways to turn them into a meal, from tossing them into salads to smashing them onto toast. But my absolute favorite is perhaps the most overlooked — and that’s braising! It’s easy, it’s hands-off and it’s totally transformative.