You can find refuge from the cold this winter season in several new taprooms that have opened in the past month. The much anticipated Heirloom Rustic Ales will open their doors November 17th in the Kendall Whittier District to a crowd that appreciates real artisanal ales that focus on locally sourced ingredients with impactful flavors like sweet potatoes from Progressive Farm and Dry Creek Refuge for their beer Pocahaunted, a fall mild beer that also incorporates Oklahoma sorghum.
On the space you’ll indulge on these beers, Jake Miller stated, “We’re trying to cultivate a culture at our brewery. We want people to come to our space and stay a while. We’ll be showing old school skate and hip hop videos on our projector, the beers will be focused on being refreshing, complex, and diverse, and the aesthetic is charming and inviting.”
These are table beers with dominating flavors and alcohol is a second fiddle. Jake Miller poetically crafts these beers with Zach & Melissa French as they have a passion for locally sourced ingredients and supporting Oklahoma’s rich agriculture.
Please visit them Thursdays & Fridays: 3PM – 9PM, Saturdays & Sundays 12PM – 9PM
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