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What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co. opens temporary taproom in production facility
What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co. opens temporary taproom in production facility

What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co. opens temporary taproom in production facility


What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co. opens temporary taproom in production facility

Marshall Brewing Co., 618 S. Wheeling Ave. is making something old new again. Their old taproom is back open while their new smoke-infused taproom is closed from a fire that occurred next door to their building last February.

Their outdoor Biergarten was being used as a temporary site for their taproom, but with Oklahoma weather, it has been difficult for them to stay open consistently. They are now open seven days a week in either their Biergarten or their original taproom area.

The original taproom will bring back memories from when the first legal brewery beer was poured. It also has a great view of the brewhouse and production area of the brewer. And it is also out of the Oklahoma weather.

“This is where we opened in 2008,” said Wes Alexander, director of sales and marketing for Marshall Brewing Co. “But looking back at what happened in February this year, where our neighbor had a significant fire and we still have damage to our taproom, that won’t allow us to open. Further compounding that is the Oklahoma weather. It is just not playing nice this spring. We have decided that we miss you all. We miss you so much that we want to be open and see your smiling faces seven days a week. So that’s what we’re doing here. We’re cleaning up the old space at the brewhouse. We’ve moved some things around and made some space for you to come in.

“We’ll have between five and six beers available on draft, depending on whether you’re inside or outside. Plus, we’ll have our taproom can selection. So beers like Smash and Ticker will be available also. So we’ll have a wide variety of things, as well as we’ve got, you know, barrel-aged Big Jamoke,” he said.

They will be offering beer to go as well.

Three alarm fire next to Marshall Brewing Co.

Hours will be Monday-Wednesday 4-7 p.m., Thursday and Friday 3-9 p.m., Saturday noon to 9 p.m., and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.

“A lot of folks have been asking what’s going on with the taproom next door. Well, we’re still in kind of the rock and a hard place on that. Our neighbor is still trying to figure out what they’re going to do with their property and we share some structural similarities with them that until we know exactly what’s going to happen there, we can’t figure out the structure for our place. So we really appreciate the patience,” said Alexander.

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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