Plenty happening on the Oklahoma beer scene…
-The annual Tulsa Oktoberfest is today through Sunday. More details can be found here.
-The eighth annual First Draft beer tasting event is set for Nov. 2 in Tulsa. Tickets are $45 in advance. More details here.
-TapWerks has announced the date for its second annual International Stout Day celebration. It is set for Nov. 8 and it will feature special stout firkins and stout-infused food. Good times!
-Mustang Brewing released its latest news letter. You can read it right here. The most noteworthy takeaway: the new Route 66 American Lager — a reformulation of last year’s Winter Lager — is set for six-pack release on Nov. 1.
-Choc Beer’s first OPA spin-off, Black OPA, is set to start shipping out of Krebs on Nov. 5, Choc reports.
-In other dark beer news, Marshall Brewing is working on its yearly batch of El CuCuy. If you’ve not had El CuCuy, you better watch out, because El CuCuy might come get you.
-Nice to know that a three-day event could have a $7 million impact on a city. The power of the Great American Beer Festival.