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OKG Newsletter

Topic: beer

Redbud blooms

Chase Healey applies his ale expertise to a new Oklahoma City brewing company

Food and Drink Features

Greg Horton
Chase Healey thinks of himself as an Oklahoman. His family moved to Jenks from Iowa when he was 6. He spent his entire public school career in Jenks, and later went to the University of Oklahoma.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Liquor bargain

Letters to the Editor

Kevin Burns
Regarding the Gazette’s Jan. 19 Commentary about Oklahoma’s liquor laws written by Bill Bishop (“Counterpoint: Paying the price”) and Roy Williams (“Point: Revise outmoded liquor laws”): Mr. Williams asserts that Oklahoma’s liquor laws deserve a fresh look.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Liquor store owner needs some cheese with his ‘whine’

Letters to the Editor

R. Cass
I must agree with Roy Williams (“Point: Revise outmoded liquor laws”) that discussions about such hot-button topics as expanding the sale of wine and beer into grocery stores are healthy to a free-market economy and should always be welcomed.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011

By the glass

Bubbly or beer, cocktails or Cab. Raise your glass to the drinks you love.

Food and Drink Features

Jenny Coon Peterson
Here's the skinny (and wide) on the glasses that fit the drink.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011

National pride

Republic Gastropub flies the flag for upscale pub food and beer. Lots and lots of beer.

Restaurant Reviews

Jenny Coon Peterson

Republic Gastropub
5830 N. Classen Blvd.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Long-lived libations

Alcohol has been a loyal companion to man since the beginning, and some producers are still working from recipes that have endured a millennia.

Food and Drink Features

Charles Martin
Important work is being done in southwest Germany. Wired magazine reported that researchers in the area are trying to recreate a 2,550-year-old beer recipe working off residual clues found at an excavation site believed to be the remnants of an ancient largescale brewery.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011


Hoping to dive into some suds on St. Patrick’s Day? There’s more to Irish beer than Guinness.

Food and Drink Features

Nathan Gunter
Hereby submitted: St. Patrick’s Day is far more fun as an adult than as a child.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011


To keep their brands fresh, Oklahoma brewers pour a bevy of new beers into the market to appeal to shifting palates.

Food and Drink Features

Charles Martin
There’s nothing like Oklahoma spring storms to wash away the dust left over from the waning days of winter. For beer drinkers, this means switching up their selection by cycling out the seasonal porters and stouts.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Dr. Strangebrew

It may not replace that perfect porter, but beer cocktails abound in town. You just need to stop being pretentious.

Food and Drink Features

Charles Martin
After 13 years as a legal member of the church of good beer, dumping a bunch of mixers and spirits into a perfectly crafted brew seems blasphemous.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Green beer

Coop does its part to be environmentally friendly

Food and Drink Features

Heide Brandes

Coop Ale Works, a sustainable and environmentally friendly craft brewery, started its first batch of beer with the planet in mind.

Thursday, April 14, 2011