‍Marshall Brewing, Tulsa's orignal packaging craft brewer,  is set to release Pastures of Plenty at it's Taproom located at 618 S. Wheeling Ave., Tulsa, OK at noon, Friday, May 4, 2018. The event is open to the public. Must be 21 to attend. In Woody Guthrie's song titled "Pastures of Plenty," he details migrant workers from a Dust Bowl ravaged Oklahoma traveling to Oregon to pick hops and grapes at harvest time. This serves as the inspiration for our latest release from our barrel aging program. This Machine IPA, featuring the fruit forward tones of the Nelson Sauvin hop grown in wine country, serves as the base for Pastures of Plenty. A full year in Chardonnay barrels layers complimentary fruit flavors, light oak and acidity yielding a complexity as deep as Woody's lyrics. Tasting Notes: A deep amber appearance and aromas of wine grape, lemon, vanilla, and sweet oak meld with a touch of spice. Flavor follows the aroma but begins with raisin-like sweetness, while mild acidity builds. Hops blend in the layers of light tart fruit and oak sweetness giving way to a lasting medium-bodied finish. ABV: 8.4% #IndependentBeer#PasturesofPlenty#WoodyGuthrie#TCBW