Mustang Brewing’s Latest Beer, Amber Lager, Available Nov. 1st

•October 27, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The newest addition to Oklahoma based Mustang Brewing’s lineup will be their Amber Lager, which was just bottled on October 23rd, and should be hitting area stores next week.

As described by the company, Mustang Amber is a tasty, European‐styled, red lager brewed with the finest blend of two‐row barley, Tettnanger and Northern Brewer hops. It comes in at 4.5% ABV, with 18 IBU’s.

Be sure to check this one out when you get a chance.

Here are a list of upcoming events featuring the new Amber Lager:

Pint Night, McNellie’s OKC on Monday, November 16th
Starting at 5 PM, the first 200 people to purchase a bottle of Mustang Amber Lager will receive a special edition Mustang Brewing Co. lager glass.

The Official Mustang Amber Lager Release Party
At the Wormy Dog Saloon in OKC on Friday, November 27th. Oklahoma’s own Jeff Hobbs and the Jacks ( will headline. This will be a great party! There will be Mustang beer specials and The Mustang Girls will be present to hand out prizes. Tickets are only $5. Buy yours now at


COOP Ale Works featured on Discover Oklahoma

•October 23, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Sam Adams, Weihenstephan to brew new beer

•October 21, 2009 • Leave a Comment

October 21, 2009
FREISING, Germany –Boston Beer Co., maker of Samuel Adams, will team up with a venerable German brewery to jointly brew a new craft beer to be marketed in Germany and the U.S. next spring.

Boston Beer CEO Jim Koch and Josef Schraedler, managing director of Weihenstephan, told The Associated Press Wednesday that their two companies have been working together for two years on the beer, which they will make and market jointly.

It has yet to be named, but will be marketed in bottles with corks instead of the usual metal caps. It will pack a punch, with 10 percent alcohol.

The Weihenstephan brewery, owned by the state of Bavaria, dates back to 1040 when Benedictine monks began making beer at their cloister outside Munich.

The new beer will also follow Germany’s famed Reinheitsgebot, an ancient purity law — since 1516 — which stipulates that beer can be brewed with only four ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast.

“We’re creating a brand, a product that never existed before, a very premium brand” Koch told AP.

“Beer can stand with dignity and respect with the best of wine and spirits,” he said, without elaborating on brewing style or price.

© 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Although they never mention what the beer will be, Im still looking forward to see what they come up with!

[EVENT] Art on Tap [with beer list]

•October 8, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Information is from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art


6th Annual Art on Tap

Friday, October 9, 2009, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Museum lobbies and roof terrace
Tickets are $45 for members, $50 for non-members (Advance Sales Only)
For information, call (405) 236-3100, ext. 207

THE MUSEUM’S 6TH ANNUAL ART ON TAP will be held on Friday, October 9, 2009. Located throughout the Museum’s ground floor lobbies and on the Museum’s roof terrace, this exciting beer-tasting event will feature approximately 80 domestic and import beers from around the world. Hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants, such as the Museum Cafe, Abobe Grill Gourmet Mexicano, James E. McNellie’s Public House, and Old Germany Restaurant, will offer an assortment of flavors to complement any beer. Additionally, the evening will include live music by Bruce Benson on the Museum’s roof terrace at the Stella Artois Rooftop Beer Garden, sponsored by Premium Beers of Oklahoma. Last year this event sold out! So hurry and get your tickets to one of the most enjoyable events of the season.

Last year this event sold out! So hurry and get your tickets to one of the most enjoyable events of the season. Tickets are available in advance only: $45 for members, $50 for nonmembers (Ticket sales will not be available the night of the event). For information, call (405) 236-3100, ext. 207. Purchase tickets online at, at the Museum’s admission desk, or in the Museum Store.

Just some of the beers that will be sampled FRIDAY NIGHT!
(In no particular order!)

Mustang Golden Ale
Chimay Glass pack
Abita Pecan Harvest
Tsing Tao
St. Pauli Girl Dark
Sam Adams Coastal Wheat
Sam Adams Light
Sam Octoberfest
Sam Hardcore Cider
Heineken Light
Trumer Pils
Shiner Smokehaus
Shiner Black
Bridgeport Haymaker
Duval Belgium
Hennepin Farmhouse Ale

From OBI
Lindemans Peche
Lindemans Pomme
Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat
Boulevard Pale Ale
Boulevard Lunar Ale
Boulevard Bully Porter
Boulevard Single-Wide I.P.A
Boulevard Bob’s 47 Oktoberfest
Bernard Premium
Bernard Amber
Bernard Dark
Dos Equis Lager
Dos Equis Amber
Double wide IPA
St Brenardus Biere Blanche
St Brenardus Tripel
St Brenardus ABT 12
St Brenardus Pater 6
St Brenardus Prior 8
Sam Smith Organic Cherry
Sam Smith organic Raspberry
Westmalle Dobbel
Westmalle Tripel

From Glazer’s
Anchor Steam
Anchor Summer
Anchor Foghorn
Asahi Super Dry
Hoffbrau Oktoberfest
Hoffbrau Hefeweizen
Rogue Dead Guy
Rogue Sig’s Northwestern Ale
Rogue Sommer Orange
Rogue Double Dead Guy
St Peter’s Cream Style Ale
St Peter’s English Ale
St Peter’s IPA
Triple Moine
Cooper’s Lager
Cooper’s Sparkling
Rogue XS Imperial Porter Rogue XS YSB
Fischer’s Amber
Moretti LaRossa
Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest
Paulaner Oktoberfest

[EVENT] COOP Ale Works/Old Chicago Beer Dinner

•October 5, 2009 • Leave a Comment

[EVENT] Zoo Brew beer tasting tonight! [Oct. 2nd]

•October 2, 2009 • Leave a Comment

From the OKC Zoo website


Zoo Brew is a beer-tasting event featuring beers provided by local breweries and distributors. During the event, patrons will sample beers and food while listening to the Groove Merchants, one of the area’s hottest bands.

Tickets are limited and go on sale September 1st. Tickets may be ordered by phone at 405-427-2461 or online here. The first 107 guests to purchase Zoo Brew tickets will receive a complimentary event mug.

All ticket sales are final.

Please note:

The Oklahoma Zoological Society encourages responsible drinking.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced.

Zoo Brew will be held rain or shine.

Guests must be 21 and older to attend. No children, including infants, will be admitted.

Photo ID is required for admittance.

Event will be held from 6 pm- 9pm

NO SMOKING allowed in the Oklahoma City Zoo.

Ticket Prices:

$30 ZooFriend Members

$35 General Admission

$10 Designated Drivers

Zoo Brew is underwritten by generous community sponsors, including Byron’s Liquor, and KRXO 107.7, area restaurants and breweries. For more information about sponsoring this event, including marketing benefits, please call Dana McCrory at 405-425-0615

[EVENT] Choc Beer brings home Gold from GABF!

•September 28, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The Great American Beer Festival, which is the largest commercial beer competition in the world, was held over the weekend in Denver, Colorado.

And Oklahoma’s very own Choc Beer Company, received a gold medal for their Signature Dubbel, which was entered into the Belgian-Style Abbey Ale category, beating out, among others Allagash Brewing which took silver and Deschutes Brewery getting the bronze.

There were 49,000 attendees to this years event, with 495 breweries entering 3,308 beers into the competitions. So getting any medal is a feat of its own. But winning gold is a big time award for Choc and for the state of Oklahoma beer scene in general. Since breweries can use these awards as a selling point on their products, this is just one more step in helping put Oklahoma on the beer map.

The GABF competition attracted 132 international beer judges from ten countries. Award-winning brewers received prestigious gold, silver and bronze medals in 78 beer categories, establishing the best examples of each style in the US.

So be sure to congratulate the guys over at Choc brewery for putting out another great product and winning a gold medal at the largest beer competition in the world.

You can check out my review of this award winning beer here.