You'll be talking backwards and forwards, too, when you get done at Wild Brew 2009, Tulsa's own "crawl-in-one" microbrew beer tasting event.
T-Town's kick-ass brew-slurping festival - we're talking more than 80 brews from around the world here, y'all, including Tulsa's own Marshall Brewing Company - will be Saturday, Aug. 1, at Central Park Hall at Expo Square. The event will kick off at 5, with a patron-only hour, which I hear is more than worth the extra $50, starting at 4.
What's all that beer without some food and music? WB has got you covered. Look to groove with the likes of Mid-Life Crisis Band and nosh on anything from barbeque from Albert G.'s to sushi from In the Raw.
WB is the annual fundraiser for the Sutton Avian Research Center. All proceeds help to support conservation, education and research for endangered, rare and neglected species of birds and their habitats. Tickets are $50 and are available at the Wild Brew Web site.
Mark those calendars, folks, and go ahead and grab a few tickets to this event. That early-bird pricing is only good through July 24.
Photos from Wild Brew committee and Web site.