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What the Ale: Beer of the Week, High Gravity Brewing Co. and Pippin's Taproom's Redbeard Flanders Red
What the Ale: Beer of the Week, High Gravity Brewing Co. and Pippin's Taproom's Redbeard Flanders Red

What the Ale: Beer of the Week, High Gravity Brewing Co. and Pippin's Taproom's Redbeard Flanders Red

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This feature will be in video form, with a quick interview of the brewer or representative talking about one particular beer, the style, the name, and the taste and anything else they want to add.

Desiree Knott co-owner of High Gravity Brewing Co. and Pippin's Taproom, 6808 S Memorial Dr Ste 144 describes Redbeard Flanders Red a beer that was aged on cabernet barrel for more than 15 months. It comes in at 6.6% ABV. It is available at Pippin's Taproom, 6808 S Memorial Dr Ste 144.

Here's a list of past beers of the week:

Prairie Brewpub's Skittles' Sour

American Solera's Stuck on Green

Marshall Brewing's El Cucuy

Dead Armadillo's 7th Anniversary barrel aged saison

Elgin Park's Italian Stallion

Beers of the Week 2019


Tom Gilbert 918-581-8349

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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

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