TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma has a new tool for those who enjoy craft beer.
The "Craft Beer Trail Passport" recently launched so we stopped by a local brewery to find out how it works.
Lacy Richards and her husband own Nothing’s Left Brewing Company and she says craft breweries have been growing in popularity over the past four years.
“In 2018 a lot of the brewers were allowed to brew higher strength beer," Richards says." The distribution laws changed as well, so a lot of breweries that were limited, were able to open up more and new breweries were able to come in and make a bigger impact."
With a new digital passport, craft beer lovers can easily check out different breweries all across the state and “check-in” on their mobile devices.
“The Craft Brewery Association of Oklahoma started basically building a craft beer trail for all Oklahoma breweries part of our association what’s really exciting is it's digitized.”
The state has more than 50 breweries divided into five sections. In Green Country, there are more than 20 breweries on the list.
Richards says the beer trail is an opportunity for craft beer lovers to try a new place.
“You see other breweries are really close to each other and it's really easy to hit two or three in one stop. You get to check out breweries you may not have been interested in trying.”
For those who don't drink beer, there are plenty of options at Nothing's Left.
“We've started our own line of non-alcoholic beverages, we also do non-alcoholic soft serves and non-alcoholic slushies," Richards says.
You can sign up here.
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