Tulsa, Oklahoma - Marshall Brewing, Tulsa’s original craft brewery, announces the release of Big Jamoke Coffee at their Taproom, 1742 E. 6th Street, Tulsa, OK at 12:00 p.m. Saturday, November 30th. 2019 marks the return of Big Jamoke Coffee after a brief hiatus. Topeca Coffee Roasters will be on hand producing and selling espresso with the same bean used in Big Jamoke Coffee.

Big Jamoke Coffee,  is a collaboration between Marshall and Topeca Coffee Roasters, which was born out of mutual respect for each others craft.  “We have always said it takes plenty of coffee to make good beer!  Fortunately for us, our friends at Topeca have a reciprocal feeling towards craft beer.  We have long admired their passion for great coffee and feel we are kindred spirits with regard to the way we are both diligently dedicated to our crafts,”  explained Eric Marshall, brewmaster.  

“Few brewers have been able to achieve the balance of coffee and beer the way Marshall’s has. Year after year they consistently nail what it means to showcase what Tulsa has to offer in its morning and (sometimes early) afternoon beverages. We love what Marshall’s has done for the community for over a decade and can’t think of another company who so closely aligns to our vision for Tulsa. Cheers to another exceptional year and another exceptional beer,” stated Tyler Duncan, Topeca Coffee Roasters.

The full bodied Robust Porter offers a deep rich baseline of bittersweet chocolate and toffee tones which highlight the depth and complexity of the world class coffee roasted right here in Tulsa.   This year's selection is the Chwele Peaberry, a Kenyan bean that features notes of dark fruit, tamarind, and bergamot. Big Jamoke Coffee is 6.8% alcohol by volume and will be available in limited quantities in 4-packs where fine ales and lagers are sold in Oklahoma.