More than 100 breweries will be represented at The Hop Jam this year, the sixth beer and music festival to be put on by the Hanson Brothers. The breweries are located around Oklahoma, the U.S. and the world.

The Hanson brothers tour all over the world playing their music and they get the opportunity to tour breweries along the way. This gives them a great opportunity to meet and invite brewers to come to Tulsa and pour their beers. It also gives the brewers an opportunity to see what Tulsa is all about. This event brings in people from all over the world, not just to taste beers but to listen to music and to take in Tulsa.

“This year is shaping up to be really, really strong. We have been talking to Green Bench for a couple of years. We have Deep Ellum that has some real fans and some great beers of all styles, DESTIHL who has the ability to brew anything but has a specialty for sour beers, then you have American Solera who has the local history and is always doing challenging things,” said Taylor Hanson, lead singer for Hanson and co-organizer for Hop Jam.

Here are a few details from a few of the breweries pouring this Sunday

American Solera, Tulsa

In 2016, American Solera was named best new brewery in the United States and second in the world at the RateBeer Best awards. Brewmaster and founder Chase Healey is the craft brewer that specializes in the oak barrel aging process. His beers are aged six to 18 months prior to bottling. This technique gives each beer a unique flavor profile. American Solera is currently building a new brewery at Seventh Street and Utica Avenue. Healey has also done some collaboration beers with Green Bench Brewing Co.

Deep Ellum Brewing, Dallas

Deep Ellum is a neighborhood area east of downtown Dallas with both residential and commercial use. Deep Ellum Brewing was named for the area and was established in 2011, celebrating their sixth brewery anniversary last November. This is Deep Ellum Brewing’s second year to pour at Hop Jam.

Their Oklahoma beers include Dallas Blonde, an American blonde ale; Deep Ellum IPA; Easy Peasy IPA; Neato Bandito, a Mexican-style lager, and Mixed Tape, a variety pack.

DESTIHL Brewery, Normal, Illinois

DESTIHL was the first to release a series of sour beers into the market in cans. It did this in 2014 before the U.S. craft beer market embraced sour beers in cans. Half of DESTIHL sales are sour beers. During Hop Jam they will be pouring Hawaii Five Ale, a blonde ale with pineapple, coconut, mango, peach, and guava. Another seasonal release will be poured called Pina Colada Gose. It is brewed with pineapple, coconut, coriander and sea salt.

Green Bench Brewing Co., St. Petersburg, Florida

They opened St. Petersburg’s first microbrewery in 2013 after dealing with layers of zoning issues. They named the company Green Bench after the benches that were placed near businesses during the early years before air conditioning. It was too hot to do business inside so they would sit on the benches outside where there was a breeze. Green Bench Brewing Co.’s head brewer and co-owner Khris Johnson will be pouring Bench Life Premium Lager, Skyway Hazy Double IPA, Rasberry Alice and Peach Alice which are foeder-fermented, wine barrel-aged golden sours. Green Bench Brewing is a part of the Shelton Brothers portfolio of beers.

Hanson Brothers Beer, Tulsa

The Hanson Brothers started their beer company in 2013 with their beer Mmmhops. The Hanson brothers will be pouring Mmmhops American pale ale, a collaboration beer with DESTIHL Pink Moonlight Peach Milkshake IPA, Second Breakfast Imperial Stout and a Saison with Blueberries.

Here are all the breweries that will be pouring at this year’s Hop Jam:

4 Hands Brewing

8 Wired

903 Brewing

Achel

American Solera

Angry Orchard

Angry Scotsman Brewing

Anthem Brewing Company

Austin EastCiders

Avery Brewing

Ayinger

Ballast Point

Big Sky Brewing Co

Bitter Sisters

Black Mesa Brewing

Blue Moon

Bold Rock Hard Cider

Boulder Beer

Boulevard Brewing Company

Brewery Ommegang

Bricktown Brewery

Buffalo Wine Co

Cabin Boys Brewery

Cambridge

Cantina

Carakale/AZ Wilderness

Chang

Clown Shoes Beer

Community Beer Company

COOP Ale Works

Core Brewing

Crooked Stave

De La Senne

De Ranke

Dead Armadillo Craft Brewing

Deep Ellum Brewing

Destihl Brewery

Dogfish Head

Downward Dog Wine

Drie Fonteinen

DustBowl Brewing

Duvel

Eerie Abbey Ales

Eku

Elgin Park

Elk Valley Brewing Co.

Enid Brewing Company

Erdinger

Evil Twin Brewing

Fat Toad Brewing

Fling

Founders Brewing

Franconia

Full Sail Brewing

Goodwood Brewing

Great Divide Brewing

Green Bench Brewing Co.

GT’s Kombucha

Hanson Brothers Beer

Harpoon

Iron Monk Brewing Company

Jackie O’s Brewing

Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales

Kulmbacher

Lagunitas Brewing

Lazy Magnolia Brewing

Left Hand Brewing

Leinenkugel Brewing

Lindemans

Madhopper Brewing

Maharaja

Marathon Brewing

Marshall Brewing

Modern Times

Mountain Fork Brewery

New Belgium

New Era Fine Fermentations

Nine Band Brewing

Nothing’s Left Brewing Co.

Odell Brewing

OK Cider Co.

Omnipollo

Oskar Blues Brewery

Pearl Beach Brewpub

Prairie Artisan Ales

Rahr & Sons Brewing

Renaissance Brewing

Revolver Brewing

Rogue Ales

Roughtail Brewing Company

Sam Adams

Sam Smith

Santa Fe Brewing Co

Shiner Brewing

Sierra Nevada Brewing

Sixpoint Brewery

Ska Brewing

Skydance Brewing

Squatters Brewery

Stem Ciders

Stillwater Artisanal

Stone Brewing

Stonecloud Brewing

Taj Mahal

To Øl

Toppling Goliath

Truly

Tupps

Twisted Spike Brewing Co

Uinta

Vanessa House Brewing

Vortex Alley Brewery

Wasatch Brewery

Welltown Brewing

Whiteclaw

Willows Family Ales

Zipline Brewing

Tom Gilbert

918-581-8349

tom.gilbert@tulsaworld.com