Wild Brew, Tulsa’s craft beer festival event, will celebrate two decades of clinking mugs on Aug. 25.
Started in 1998, Wild Brew funds the George Miksch Sutton Aviary Research Center. Best known for saving the bald eagle from the endangered species list, Sutton also swoops in to save other Oklahoma feathered friends and their habitats.
Wild Brew features more than 50 breweries from around the country, and this year 30 of those are from Oklahoma. Recognizable national breweries, like Sierra Nevada and Odell Brewing, will be in attendance alongside local newcomers like Rapture Brewing, Cabin Boys, Heirloom Rustic Ales and Tulsa brewing veterans like Marshall Brewing Co.
Wild Brew is set for Aug. 25 at the Cox Convention Center.Patron tickets are $165 and include early entrance to the event and a fully stocked VIP area. For only $65, general admission ticket holders can taste all the beers and mingle with the brewers while nibbling on eats from 40 of Tulsa’s best restaurants.
Visit wildbrew.org for more information and to purchase tickets.