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Cover Story: Oklahoma Gazette‘s Summer Brew Review — this season, craft is king

Cover Story: Oklahoma Gazette‘s Summer Brew Review — this season, craft is king

After sniffing, swishing, aerating and sipping more than 30 selections, we proudly present the top 16 results in the Gazette’s 2017 Summer Brew Review.

Just a few of the large selection of beers at TapWerks Ale House in Bricktown.  mh

Summer Brew Review: Breweries, taprooms and craft beer venues

Read more in this issue: • 2017 Summer Brew Review • Summer-style beers, ingredients and flavors • Taproom and craft beer directory • Events and more Breweries and taprooms 405 Brewing Co. and Taproom 1716 Topeka St., Norman 405brewing.com 405-573-2668 American Solera 1801 S. 49th W. Ave., Tulsa americansolera.com 918-949-4318 Anthem Brewing Company and Taproom 908 SW Fourth

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Summer Brew Review: Seasonal flavors and styles

When creating seasonal foods, chefs look to what is growing locally in gardens and farms. But with the lead time necessary to create seasonal craft beers, brewers focus more on ingredients and styles that taste like summer.

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Summer Brew Review: Craft beer events and local taproom hours

Toast summer’s best libations at these events and cool metro-area taprooms.

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State Question 776 asks voters to protect the death penalty in Oklahoma

The proposed change would incorporate the protections into Oklahoma Constitution’s Bill of Rights.

Love ya, too, Eddie Vedder

He knows Chesapeake Energy Arena is a Ticketmaster venue, right? Nevermind that, we guess. The … show … sold out. Didn’t it? However, we did get tickets for sale on Ticketmaster for $64-ish. Plus fees. So, $80-plus. But we digress. What’s disturbing is that on the band’s tour, even as a joke, Vedder, eh, kids

Land of the Lost

Lost Lander founder Matt Sheehy spends a lot of time alone, out in the wild. It’s his job, actually. The Alaska native is employed as a forester in his newly adopted home of Oregon, and it gives him a lot of time to think. Consequently, his music is similarly cerebral, if not also romantic, in

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