Guide to the beers coming to The Hop Jam on Sunday

By | May 13, 2015

Tulsa World

The Hop Jam

The Hop Jam Beer & Music Festival on May 17 hosts craft brewers from across the world, celebrating a diversity of styles and flavors.

Guest brewers will feature special limited-edition brews as well as their premier beers. The Beer Block on Main Street will be 21 and older.

1 p.m.: Gates open at 1 p.m. with VIP Beer Early Entry from 2-3 p.m.

3-8 p.m.: Beer festival

3-9:30 p.m.: Live music from the winner of the Tulsa World’s Awesome Music Opening Band Contest, Hanson, The Polyphonic Spree, Black Joe Lewis, Jamestown Revival and Horse Thief

 

The Hop Jam on Sunday is the place to be if you want to try the amazing craft beers coming out of Oklahoma breweries.

And there will be plenty of breweries from outside the state here, too.

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Tom Gilbert, the Tulsa World’s What the Ale blogger, has been hosting a beer bracket online for fans to cast their vote for their favorite local beer — all of which will be at the festival.

So far, the top four beers in the bracket are Iron Monk Brewing Co.’s Milk Stout, Marshall Brewing Co.’s This Machine IPA, Prairie Artisan Ale’s Bomb! and Dead Armadillo Brewing Co.’s Amber.

Three of those four breweries are in Tulsa. The fourth, Iron Monk, is a new brewery out of Stillwater. It has led the voting from the beginning.

It isn’t too late to vote. Who will be champion of The Hop Jam beer bracket? Vote at tulsaworld.com/hopjam.

The Brews

Here are the beers in the competition. The Oklahoma brewers will be bringing these beers in addition to many others for you to try at The Hop Jam on Sunday.

Local

Hanson Brothers Beer Co. — MMMhops

Iron Monk Brewing Co. — Milk Stout

Willows Family Ales — Funk in the Trunk

Marshall Brewing Co. — This Machine IPA

COOP Ale Works — F5 IPA

Dead Armadillo Brewing Co. — Amber

Elk Valley Brewing Co. — Pale Ale

Roughtail Brewing Co. — Hoptometrist

Battered Boar Brewing Co. — LaPadite Farmhouse Ale

Mustang Brewing Co. — Rocket Fuel

Black Mesa Brewing Co. — Alexander Supertramp

Prairie Artisan Ales — Bomb!

Anthem Brewing Co. — IPA

CHOC Beer Co. — OPA

Here are the U.S. and International breweries that will be there.

U.S.

Abita Beer (Louisiana)

Big Sky Brewing (Montana)

Boulevard Brewing Co. (Kansas)

Jester King Craft Brewery (Texas)

Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales / Anchorage (Michigan)

Lagunitas (California)

Brewery Ommegang (New York)

INTERNATIONAL

Baird Beer (Japan)

Ben Middlemiss Brewing (New Zealand)

Ca l’Arenys (Guineu) (Spain)

Coniston Brewing (United Kingdom)

Dieu du Ciel (Canada)

Mahr’s Bräu (Germany)

Mikkeller (Denmark)

To ØL (Denmark)

Yeastie Boys (New Zealand)