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2nd annual OKBio BrewFest set for Oct. 29

Nick Trougakos October 21, 2013

I just got back from a camping trip to Broken Bow, where I stumbled upon — of all things — the latest development in the state’s craft beer scene. I’ll have more on that later in the week. For now, I wanted to write about a cool beer event coming up, and a special offer for Thirsty Beagle fans.

The event is the second annual OKBio BrewFest: The Science Behind the Beer.

OKBio BrewFest is 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Harn Homestead, 1721 N Lincoln Blvd. The event, hosted by the Oklahoma Bioscience Association, will offer food from Smokin’ Okies BBQ and beer from the following brewers:

-Black Mesa

-Bricktown Brewery

-COOP

-Choc

-Dead Armadillo

-Mustang

-Prairie Artisan Ales

-Roughtail

The $25 admission gets you beer, wine, spirits, food and live music, a BrewFest T-shirt (for the first 150 registered) and a 14 oz. beer mug. You can purchase your ticket by clicking right here.

Or you can take advantage of that special offer I mentioned. Surf over to The Thirsty Beagle Facebook page and “like” the post associated with this blog post for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the event. I’ll select the winner at roughly 9 a.m. Tuesday by random draw. Good luck!

Pints and pins

-The weekly Monday pint nights at the McNellie’s pubs are as follows: Crispin Cider at McNellie’s OKC; Great Divide Hercules at McNellie’s Tulsa; Anchor Fort Ross Farmhouse Ale at McNellie’s South City; and Great Divide Wolfgang at McNellie’s Norman.

-McNellie’s Tulsa is holding a release part for Dead Armadillo’s first bottled beer, Black Hop, at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

-Main Street Tavern in Broken Arrow is holding a Green Flash pint night on Thursday. (H/T to Kyle Johnson)

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