Oklahoma has undergone a recent renaissance of craft breweries finding their niche in OKC. This can be traced to a new wave of favorable legislation allowing breweries to sell their beer directly to customers at the breweries’ location, and an upcoming extension (October) of sale hours until 2 a.m. rather than closing at 9 p.m.
It wouldn’t shock anyone if newcomers to the 4-0-5 were initially a little confused by Automobile Alley. At first glance, it is neither an alley or has a real obvious connection to automobile culture. In that spirit, let us introduce you to the district’s past, present and future.
Oklahomies seem to be enjoying more beer these days.
We here at VeloCityHQ aim to please, so we’ve taken the liberty of checking out some streetcar experiences and ideas to relay to you. For this edition: a local beer taproom crawl.
It’s tough to argue with the success and explosive growth of OKC’s craft brewing scene as of late, and don’t think we here at VeloCityOKC HQ haven’t noticed. With all the new offerings “on tap,” so to speak, we thought our readers might enjoy a look inside the goings-on of one of Oklahoma City’s most successful craft breweries.
Each year we like to take a look back at some of our favorite posts of the past year. 2018 was a big year for our city.
Brewfest, an annual showcase of Oklahoma breweries, is a great chance to sample the newest stuff from your favorite brewers.
On October 1, a whole bunch of new liquor laws went into effect that loosened restrictions on where and how you can buy your favorite suds.