Prairie Ales release updates

prairieThe following comes from A huge updated list of future releases of Prairie Ales, sounds like more Bomb! coming in the future!

Prairie Wine Barrel Noir landed earlier this month and also made its way to Texas. Per ablog post from late April, “Wine Barrel Noir is also headed to Arkansas.”

Prairie Bierica! Sour Ale kegs were released a couple weeks ago. 500ml bottles are coming soon.

Prairie Jazz Millions Farmhouse IPA celebrated the 20th anniversary of a local jazz band. It won’t leave the state.

Prairie Birra kegs have finally hit Texas just in time for Memorial Day Weekend.

In collaboration news, Prairie’s beers made with Brewfist (Spaghetti Western) and (Okie Matilde) saw distribution through Shelton Brothers this month.

Still to come…

Brouwerij Okie Batch One is set to be released the first week of June. There will be a 500 x 750ml bottle release event at the brewery. The beer will not leave Oklahoma. Several label iterations have been made up for Brouwerij Okie and all are hand-pressed. Check out the cool video below showing the process. Batch two is in the tanks now.

Prairie Cherry Funk “coming soon.”

Prairie Apricot Funk will make its way “all over [the company’s distribution footprint] this summer.”

Prairie Fred’s Blend Barrel Aged Imperial Stout: “Limited run on this one. OK only.” No release date made available.

Prairie Pirate Bomb will return late this fall. The company showed off a photo as it was filling 100 rum barrels.

Finally, back in February, the company shared a few beers that it was working on for release down the road: “Welcome to Earth!” 100% Brett fermentation series, “Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper” barrel fermented Flemish series and “Cuvée Tim” Stolen yeast series.

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