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Oklahoma beer laws not OK

Published on: Aug 27 2014 by admin

Oklahoma beer laws not OK. They may be better than Alabama which just made home brewing legal last year but you still have to go to a liquor store to buy decent beer that is higher than 3.2%. Also it cannot be refridgerated if it is higher than 3.2%. See it wouldn’t be Christian to have higher percent beer cold and ready to drink when you get home. One of the reason Oklahoma will never get New Belgium anytime soon despite sharing a border next to Colorado. Oh well. Fortunately for Oklahoma the micro brew scene has taken off in recent years. All started with Choc who actually bottled. You could say Coaches and Brick town brewery as founders but Coaches was horrible. Brick town Brewery just discovered the power of graphic design and marketing. They seem to be pretty cool places to hang now. Anyway Choc started bottling which separates it from the others.

Well now to get your local beer in a store and have it cold at a grocery store like we do in Texas. You have to make a lighter beer. Newcomers like Rough Tail and Prairie have started making tasty beers that come in at the 3.2%. That is great for the consumer. It will give Oklahomans that don’t like to go to a liquor store the chance to buy local beer and not have to purchase Killians or Rolling Rock that is no longer brewed in glass or red dog anymore.

To read more on this you can read more on the Oklahoman article here.

Oklahoma beer laws not OK

Oklahoma beer laws may be better than Alabama but not by much.

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