2017 December Newsletter
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 It's Christmas time at Marshall Brewing Company!  
The holiday season is upon us, so make sure to include the Tap Room in your holiday shopping plans! Grab the beer drinker in your life something special this year from our new selection of merchandise, including t-shirts, hoodies, socks, barware, and more!  And don't forget a fresh growler of This Land Lager or six pack of Big Jamoke Porter for those holiday gatherings with family and friends! 

December 21st join us for
"Dark Side of the Taproom!"
The Winter Solstice, observed on Dec 21st, marks the shortest period of daylight and the longest period of darkness of the entire year. How better to celebrate the coming winter than tapping the darkest, boldest beers that Marshall has to offer!

Join us for The Dark Side of the Taproom, as we dedicate all ten of our taps to the Darkness. We'll be tapping favorites such as Black Dolphin, Big Jamoke, and Black Dynamite Stout as well as one-off variants and rarities!

Save the date NOW! and check out our facebook event for more details leading up to the event! 
December Tours
Saturdays at 3:30 PM & 4:30pm 
Tours! You read that right. With our new Tap Room schedule of 12:00 - 8:00 PM Saturdays, we have decided to offer weekly tours.

Our weekly tours will depart from the Tap Room
at 3:30 PM and 4:30pm. 

Tours - Spots on our public tours are available on a first-come, first served basis. Tours are approximately 30 minutes and detail the brewing process!  

Commemorative Glass - For $5 you may purchase a commemorative snifter glass. A portion of the proceeds will benefit our Charity of the Month.

Marshall Brewing Tap Room 
618 S. Wheeling Ave. Tulsa, OK 
PH: 918-292-8781

December Tap Room Schedule

Marshall Brewing Tap Room 
618 S. Wheeling, Tulsa, OK

Tuesdays 4:00 - 7:00 PM 
Wednesdays 4:00 - 7:00 PM
Thursdays 2:00 - 7:00 PM 
Fridays 12:00 - 8:00 PM 
Saturdays 12:00 - 8:00 PM

Live Music & Special Events Calendar! 
 Marshall Brewing offers a full-strength tap room open to persons 21 years of age and older.

  • 10 Rotating Taps
  • 2 English Beer Engines/Cask-conditioned ales
  • Brewers Tap: Out-of-the-ordinary offering
  • Non-alcoholic options
  • 2 Televisions
  • Live Music
We sell growler (64 oz) , crowlers (32 oz can) & growlette (32 oz) jugs that you can have filled fresh off the tap with any of our releases to take home.       
Black Dolphin Stout Now Available
Black Dolphin Stout, a staple in our barrel aging program, is now available for purchase across Oklahoma where fine ales and lagers are sold. The 2017 vintage features a full year of aging in Bourbon barrels. The additional aging also allows the release of Black Dolphin Stout to coincide with the Holidays.  
2017 marks the fourth release of Black Dolphin Stout for Marshall Brewing Co. The limited release bourbon barrel-aged Russian Imperial Stout draws its name from the most severe maximum security prison in Russia. Black Dolphin Stout presents with a familiar bourbon and roasted malt aroma, before offering smooth toasted notes, bitter chocolate and vanilla. Black Dolphin showcases Brewmaster Eric Marshall's deft use of ingredients to tame the Russian Imperial Stout and the mighty bourbon barrel into a refined offering.

ABV: 8.3 %
Packages: 12/22, 1/6 bbl kegs
Wax: White wax indicates 2017 vintage

What's with the name?
The Black Dolphin, is the nick-name given by prisoners to what is widely believed to be Russia's toughest prison. In the fall of 2013, Brewmaster Eric Marshall came across a National Geographic documentary entitled "Russia's Toughest Prison." While captivated by the stories, the decision was made to brand our unnamed barrel-aged Russian Imperial Stout "Black Dolphin Stout."  As one of our most intense offerings, we think the name and story are fitting if not slightly unsettling. Be good or the warden will get you!
Watch the documentary from National Geographic HERE.  

Now Available
Big Jamoke Porter- Winter Seasonal
Big Jamoke is an American Robust Porter named for the B-25 that Brewmaster Eric Marshall's grandfather flew in WW II. A blend of five malts from Munich to Chocolate provide a deep mahogany color and aroma of toffee and roasted coffee. On the palate this beer is full-bodied with hints of bittersweet chocolate and toffee... while finishing smooth and dry from the addition of earthy hops. Suggested pairings: Brie or other earthy cheese, ham, barbeque, smoked meats, and any bittersweet chocolate dessert such as espresso flavored lava cake.
ABV - 6.8%. IBU - 55.
El Cucuy - Limited Release

In Latin American cultures, El Cucuy is an imaginary creature of the dark, similar to the boogeyman, which haunts the minds of children and adults alike. El Cucuy India-style Black Ale features dark roasted notes that sneak up on the subdued caramel malt backbone and the irresistible bitterness creating a harmonious and frighteningly delicious balance. But beware, this beer is dry-hopped providing an intensely vibrant floral and citrusy aroma and at 8.6% abv is not a monster to be carelessly dealt with. Be good or the Cucuy will get you!
ABV: 8.6 %
IBU: 80

This Land Lager

Ask Brewmaster Eric Marshall about his favorite beer and he lights up. He recalls the quitessential Helles from his time studying and apprenticing in Germany. The perfect blend of malt, hops and time yielding a delicate harmony of refreshment. This Land Lager is crisp snd clean with a hint if malt sweetness and short finish inviting another sip. Prost!
4.8 % ABV 
USS Tulsa Oatmeal IPA 
(Draft Only)

T his newfangled IPA was brewed to commemorate the christening of the USS Tulsa . Modern hops Citra, Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin and Topaz combine to offer notes of dark fruit, citrus, passionfruit and peach. While the hops provide a strong pleasing aroma, they offer far less bitterness than West Coast IPA styles. Oatmeal is added during the brewing process to add depth and mouthfeel to the USS Tulsa making her agile yet formidable. Alcohol by volume (ABV) checks in at 6.2% while the International Bittering Units (IBU) are measured at a reasonable 70.