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OKG Newsletter

Topic: mustang brewing company

Brews for the bird

Hometown hops abound for every part of your Thanksgiving festivities.

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Matt Carney
All my extended family lives out of state, so we usually meet at my grandparents’ house in Missouri for the holidays. So close to Kansas City, Mo., Boulevard brews are aplenty, as are St. Louis’s Schlafly (they have a September- October-only pumpkin ale that literally tastes like you’re drinking a spiced pumpkin pie still glowing from the oven), but this year I’ll bring a handful of my favorite Okie beers to share with the cousins, aunts and uncles.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Something’s brrr-rewing

Local brewers offer a spectrum of options with the release of beers for winter.

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Greg Horton
Oklahoma City-based Mustang Brewing Company is releasing Session 33, a new line of beers created specifically for grocery stores and convenience stores. The first of two low-point beers will be available at the beginning of 2012, and company co-founder Tim Schoelen said a summer beer will follow.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Crafty brews

Oklahoma breweries will show off their suds at a festival in Lawton.

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Greg Horton

Red River Craft Beer Festival

5-8 p.m. April 5

Great Plains Coliseum Exposition Center

Comanche County Fairgrounds

920 SW Sheridan Road, Lawton



Wednesday, March 26, 2014


Mustang Brewery Company reopens its facilities after being damaged in a 2013 tornado.

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Greg Horton
Mustang Brewing Company started brewing beer in Oklahoma City again on May 13. The company has spent the last year attempting to recover from the damage its brewing facility sustained during a tornado last year.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014