In addition to the brewery, there is a space for a restaurant on the other side of the building and for offices upstairs. Irby said he’s eager to see what might join him in the space, but he knows he won’t have any hand in running it.
These breweries are tucked in industrial parks or hidden on the outskirts of town, which makes finding them almost like a scavenger hunt for suds.
“We do trivia on Wednesday nights and it’s standing room only,” he said. “A few nights, we have to turn them away until someone leaves to make room.”
OKC Zoo’s Ostrich Egg Breakfast returns, Hideaway Pizza releases a commercial and Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival is May 12-13.
Rolling in Another food truck finds a permanent home as Holey Rollers readies a brick-and-mortar doughnut shop in Paseo Arts District. Founder Andrea Koester said it should open this summer inside the Paseo Plunge building, 3008 Paseo St. “It’s a pretty small space, so it shouldn’t be a long build-out process,” she said. “We plan…
“I’m a pop music junkie,” Carson said.
Roughtail Brewing Co. celebrates four years of making some of the best IPAs around with a party noon-9 p.m. Saturday at its Midwest City headquarters, 1279 N. Air Depot Blvd.
“Some of the more fruity beers work well with lighter flavors, while the darker beers, which are heavier, go with a heavy cookie,” he said.
Oak & Ore is also using the opportunity to debut new menu items.
The gathering in downtown Edmond has become known for its food trucks, craft beer and live music.