I found myself in Tulsa recently and decided to stop in at Marshall Brewing for a quick tour and visit. Here’s a litte photo essay of my visit, and thanks again to Eric and Wes for the hospitality:
The entrance to the brewery.
Tap handles in the reception area.
The mother of all air locks. The bubbles mean fermentation is happening.
Anyone need a couple extra kegs?
This homebrew system is the beginnings of Marshall Brewing -- it now serves as the brewery's research and development department.
I thought this picture sort of illustrated the evolution of the brewery.
Sundown Wheat labels for 22 oz. bottles.
Each 22 oz. bottle of Marshall beer is hand-dipped in wax that is warmed up in a turkey roaster just like this.
The bottling process involves many moving parts, all of which are broken down and cleaned between bottling sessions.
The 12 oz. bottling machine. I'm told Marshall fans can expect Sundown Wheat and Atlas IPA in 12 oz. bottles in the not-too-distant future.
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