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Marshall Brewing Company Celebrates 10 Years

ANNIVERSARY CHEERS: Eric Marshall, center, celebrates his company’s 10th anniversary with customers and supporters at the 618 S. Wheeling Ave. location.

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Marshall Brewing Company, Tulsa’s first production brewery, celebrated its tenth anniversary April 22 at its brewery located at 618 S. Wheeling Ave. in Tulsa.

Marshall Brewing Director of Marketing and Sales, Wes Alexander, says, “Ten years have provided many memories here at Marshall Brewing. In those ten years, craft beer drinkers have loyally followed us on a journey that has transformed our state. As we enter our tenth year, we are immensely thankful for the activism, countless words of encouragement, smiles…and shared beers at a myriad of events and festivals crossing the entire landscape of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas.

“Marshall Turns Ten!” marks only the second anniversary celebration the brewery has undertaken, with the first celebration being a street party hosted by McNellie’s Public House, May 18, 2013 that featured the launch of Marshall Brewing’s barrel-aging program. “5,” an Imperial Red Ale aged in Bourbon barrels was not only the first barrel-aged beer offered by Marshall, but the first anniversary beer made commercially available. “10,” a barrel-aged Old Ale continues the tradition and highlights Marshall Brewing’s continued growth and experimentation with barrel-aging.

Marshall Brewing was founded in April of 2008 by fourth generation Tulsan Eric Marshall. Eric learned the art of brewing while attending the World Brewing Academy in Munich Germany, before apprenticing throughout Germany for three years. For a decade, Eric has been brewing, educating consumers and changing the cultural landscape of Oklahoma. Marshall Brewing offers a wide range of ales and lagers across distribution in Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma.

While beer was be the central feature of Marshall’s tenth anniversary, Tulsa’s own Horton Records featured local artists Dustin Pittsley, Beau Roberson and Chris Blevins performing during Session One. Paul Benjamin and Combsy performed during Session Two.

Local vendors Mythic Press, BeerisOK, CRAVE Nuts, Chizel, and Horton Records provided an array of locally produced goods to complete the local theme.

Updated 05-22-2018

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