I went back to the basics and talked with Evan and David of the home brew store Learn to Brew located in Moore and Oklahoma City. We tackled a bunch of topics from new technology, style guidelines and how the hobby has advanced since they've opened.
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Yoga is hot. Well, yes, there is a class where people gather to do yoga and perspire in 90 degree temperatures but that's besides the point. Yoga has been around for over 1400 years and has outgrown the word trend.Add a comment
Wes has always been an influence on the Oklahoma craft beer market as the seller of fine German beers from Marshall Brewing. I finally got to pick his brain on why the craft market is so prolific in Oklahoma and what other passions keep him so busy.Add a comment
St. Patricks will be rocking in Broken Arrow this year with the addition of the Craft Beer Garden. Local Oklahoma breweries will be pouring from 5-9 pm on Saturday, March 12th and showcase their local brews. VIP tickets will get you access to more beers, food and other amenities for the evening. Debra Wimpee, the BABuzz girl, has put together a wonderful block party with 6 bands, 15 food trucks, a children's activity zone and vendors like Beer is OK selling hand made, local goods.
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Hey Hoplahoma, there's a new brewery in town. For the first time in their 12 year history, Rahr & Sons brewing has branched out to their neighbor to the north, Oklahoma. I talk with Jeff, their Creative Director in charge of labels, merchandise and promotional products. In short...my ideal job. One day. Until then, here is a bit from their press release...Add a comment