Revival Red Ale Release Party set

Marshall Brewing Co.'s Revival Red Ale release party is set for on Thursday, March 12 from 6 - 8:00 p.m. at Bar 46, 107 N. Boulder Ave. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World FILE

Marshall Brewing Company announced the release of their spring seasonal, Revival Red Ale. A party has been set to celebrate spring and the release of the beer on Thursday, March 12 from 6 - 8:00 p.m. at Bar 46, 107 N. Boulder Ave. The event will feature a limited release cask-conditioned version of Revival Red Ale infused with Blood Oranges.

Revival Red Ale will be widely available across Oklahoma in 6-pack cans and on draft where craft beers are sold.

Canning beer has become an emphasis for Marshall Brewing since leading off with their first can release in October of 2018, This Land Lager. "Craft cans offer the beer drinker flexibility and portability. Oklahoma has many beautiful recreational areas to explore. Whether hiking in the Kiamichi Mountains, kayaking on Grand Lake, or hanging out on your favorite patio, Revival Red Ale in a can is the perfect companion to celebrate spring outdoors," explains Wes Alexander, director of marketing and sales, Marshall Brewing.

Revival Red Ale tells the story of Oklahoma's first flag as we were the 46th state admitted to the Union. The ruby-hued ale is brewed with a balanced blend of six malts that give the beer a medium body and a savory malt base. Chinook and Cascade hops shape a wonderful citrusy hop profile and the addition of Cascade and Centennial dry-hops enhances the fruity aroma. Revival Red Ale is 6.5% alcohol by volume.

Marshall Brewing is Tulsa's original craft brewery, founded by brewmaster Eric Marshall in 2008. With inspiration from Eric's time studying and apprenticing in Germany, Marshall splits emphasis between traditional German-style lagers and more flavor-forward American-style craft beers. Marshall operates a Taproom located at 1742 E. Sixth Street, Tulsa, OK that is open seven days a week to the public.

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Tom joined the Tulsa World in 1988 after being an intern and graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma. He lived in Saudi Arabia before graduating from Broken Arrow High School. He is married to Karen Gilbert and has three grown children.