Apr 15, 2021

Brewers Reunion Beer Collab Will Roll Out in Oklahoma this May

Brewers from across Oklahoma spent National Beer Day (April 7) creating a New England IPA that will release just in time for American Beer Week starting May 10. The limited-edition craft beer is called “Brewers Reunion” and is a light, hazy IPA that is a perfect summertime, easy drinking beer.

The beer collaboration is part of the Craft Brewers Association’s of Oklahoma’s (CBAO) fundraiser but also supports our state’s breweries as well. Breweries will keep 100% of the profits once the beer is sold in their taproom. “Our goal is to keep craft beer thriving in Oklahoma,” said CBAO executive director, Tabbi Burwell. “The goal is to create more visitation and sales through our taprooms but also get more Oklahomans drinking craft beer. Events like this are a win, win for everyone.”

The Brewers Reunion beer collab was sponsored by Enterprise Grain and Malt and Hopsteiner.


American Beer Week will take place across the U.S. May 10 – 16 and you can celebrate this week-long event by finding  Brewers Reunion in the following Oklahoma breweries:

Nothing’s Left Brewing Co., Tulsa
Marshall Brewing Co., Tulsa
Heirloom Rustic Ales, Tulsa
Renaissance Brewing Co., Tulsa
Cabin Boys Brewery, Tulsa
Dead Armadillo Brewery, Tulsa

Equity Brewing Co., Norman
405 Brewing Co. Norman
Beer is Good Brewing Co., Norman

Northwest Oklahoma
Enid Brewing, Enid
Settlers Brewing Co., Enid
Expedinture Brewery, Okarche

Northeast Oklahoma
Cooper and Mill Brew Co., Bartlesville
Iron Monk Brewing, Stillwater
Vortex Alley Brewing, Ponca City

OKC Metro
Twisted Spike Brewing Company, OKC
Anthem Brewing, OKC
The Big Friendly, OKC
Elk Valley Brewing, OKC
Lively Beerworks, OKC
Vanessa House, OKC
Core 4 Brewing, OKC
Bricktown Brewery, OKC
Stonecloud Brewing Co., OKC
Prairie Artisan Ales, OKC
Angry Scotsman Brewing, OKC
Frenzy Brewing, Edmond

Southeast Oklahoma
Lost Street Brewing Co., Durant
Harbinger Brewery, Caddo



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