Tulsa Brewery Begins Business

There are 18 comments on the Apr 26, 2008, News on 6 Tulsa story titled Tulsa Brewery Begins Business. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

What began as a dream inside an old Tulsa warehouse came to life on Saturday as Tulsa's first brewery since before World War II.

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hoosierdaddy

Edmond, OK

#1 Apr 26, 2008
somebody help me out here...I thought there were a couple of different brewery's in Tulsa over the last few years...Cherry Street, one on Memorial just south of 71st, another north of Woodland Hills mall...maybe they didin't technically qualify as breweries. At any rate, I wish these folks much success..hopefully they'll make a really good pale ale. One of the things I enjoy about visitng my brother in Colorado is the outstanding local breweries.
beer dude

Tulsa, OK

#2 Apr 26, 2008
we have had a couple of brew pubs in the past, but not a full fledged brewery. Oklahoma law says brew-pubs can only produce 3.2 beer... which really restricts how creative a brewery can be. I know Marshall is going produce an IPA that is supposedly going to be great. If you haven't tried Choc's Basement Batch Pale Ale... give it a try

Since: Apr 08

Broken Arrow, OK

#3 Apr 26, 2008
Woohoo! Finally!

Since: Mar 08

Broken Arrow, OK

#5 Apr 26, 2008
sara wrote:
Ohh, Im so thirsty for a nice, tap beer,cold, I heard it 95 degrees in LA, I dont miss it a bit. Yum, abay, give me some foam on top,im over 21.Thirsty intelligent,united,dirty,littl e sara.Blogging all day,makes me thirsty......lol
Sara how old are you about 10....is there ever anything that you can say that is intelligent or has ANYTHING remotely to do with what is being said? Does you Momma know what you are doing?
Mark

United States

#6 Apr 26, 2008
What about Tulsa Brewing Co. down on memorial or the bewery on chlerry street ten or so years ago, don't they count?
Andy

Tulsa, OK

#8 Apr 26, 2008
As Oklahoma was the second to last state to legalize tattoos, it's nice to see an "official" brewery in Tulsa. As we support many local businesses, we'll gladly support a local brewery.
Now, if Oklahoma would join the majority of the States and allow wine sales at grocery stores, we'd finally join the 20th century. For those about to flame my comments, this is not a slam on Oklahoma. I love living here and simply miss a few luxuries I enjoyed in other states. ;)
meme

United States

#9 Apr 26, 2008
pardy,pardy toga, toga.

Since: Apr 08

Broken Arrow, OK

#10 Apr 27, 2008
meme wrote:
pardy,pardy toga, toga.
I am dumber for having read that :(
make waves

Trnava, Slovakia

#11 Apr 27, 2008
close that brewery and import the best beer in the world from czech republic, youŽll never regret it.
make waves

Trnava, Slovakia

#13 Apr 27, 2008
weŽll go dutch, youŽre welcomed.
John

Tulsa, OK

#14 Apr 27, 2008
Take me to Dublin and give me a Smthwick's Guinness or my favorite a Caffrey's anything. I do wish Marshall good luck and I'l tip a pint or two when it is brewed.
make waves

Trnava, Slovakia

#15 Apr 27, 2008
guinness couldnŽt be compared to czech beers, simply not good enough.
ann

Tulsa, OK

#16 Apr 27, 2008
The more beers the merrier!:)
Go Tulsa

Tulsa, OK

#17 Apr 27, 2008
MAY THE SPRITS BE WITH MARSHALL BREWERY.
Looking forward to good things from them.
I heard of a brewery long ago perhaps Lone Star or somthing like that at 7th & Utica where Southern Millwork is located now; anyone know for sure.
Get after it Marshal and brew up some excellent beer for us...maybe as a city it will help us all not be so shortsighted and negative.
make waves

Brestovany, Slovakia

#18 Apr 28, 2008
if you were to drink those brewskies...
people in tulsa not gonna be nagative ?

Since: Apr 08

Broken Arrow, OK

#19 Apr 28, 2008
make waves wrote:
close that brewery and import the best beer in the world from czech republic, youŽll never regret it.
I sincerely doubt it can touch Belgian beer; you'd have to prove it to me :)
I Sooner

Broken Arrow, OK

#21 Aug 19, 2009
What happened to the Brewery on 15th that was called Cherry St. Brewery and pub, it was about 20 years ago. I had bought stock in it and also a brick with a name on it. It went out of business without any notice to anyone, at least to me.
DrunkWolf

Baton Rouge, LA

#22 Mar 15, 2012
I Sooner wrote:
What happened to the Brewery on 15th that was called Cherry St. Brewery and pub, it was about 20 years ago. I had bought stock in it and also a brick with a name on it. It went out of business without any notice to anyone, at least to me.
Sad to say but the managers robbed the place blind and the owners had to close it. What a loss, they had the best porter.

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