Marshall Brewing Company has been a long-time leader in the Tulsa craft beer scene. It was opened in 2008, making it the first commercial brewing facility in Tulsa since World War II. Marshall found success early, mostly due to the quality and reliability of its core line-up: Old Pavilion Pilsner, a classic inspired by founder Eric Marshall’s apprenticeship in Germany, McNellie’s Pub Ale, a traditional English bitter, the Atlas IPA and the Sundown Wheat. In addition to these core offerings, Marshall also offers a potent India-style black ale year-round called El Chucuy. Be careful with this one; it’s got quite a kick. Also, don’t discount the seasonal offerings from Marshall. They offer a pale ale for summer, a porter for winter, a red ale for spring and, of course, a delicious Oktoberfest lager in the fall. If you have the desire to take a look behind the scenes, grab a friend and join one of their popular brewery tours.