Tom Gilbert hosts another successful OK Craft Brewers Forum taking the pulse of the recent law changes allowing local breweries to serve their beer you would normally find in liquor stores only cold and straight from the tap. It's another in depth look at how these small yet prolific places help cities like Tulsa thrive as a community giving it an economic boost by generating more tax dollars, creating more jobs and bringing in beer tourists. We hear from Tony Peck of Dead Armadillo, Glenn Hall of Renaissance Brewing and Wes Alexander of the institutionalized Marshall Brewing. Sit back, relax, enjoy a cold Marshall Oktoberfest and tune in to another Oklahoma Craft Beer podcast.
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I was sitting at work one day brainstorming for a client’s promotional product, when my brain drifted to beer, as you do. If you know me, you know that I spend a lot of time thinking about beer. Drinking it, brewing it, discovering new varieties of it. It all ranks very highly with me. Stuck in a state of mind between beer and promotion, I had an idea.