Patagonia Documentary - Artifishal Screening
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Patagonia Documentary - Artifishal Screening

Patagonia's new film, Artifishal, explores the relationship between fish hatcheries and our rivers. We're excited to be one of the limited national screenings of the film, and we can't wait to explore this topic and discuss some of our local fisheries after the film. In partnership with our friends over at The Stem Cell Science Shop, we will also be hosting Dr. Jim Long as part of our Think and Drink speaker series. After the screening, he will be talking about some of his current local research on prized fish species in Oklahoma waters. Local Patagonia retailer; Ascent, will be donating items for a raffle drawing. There will also be a number of fly fishing items donated to the raffle. All proceeds from the raffle will be given to our local waterkeepers at Save the Illinois River, STIR. There will be several local outdoor and conservation organizations that will be tabling at the event including Green Country Sierra Club, Trout Unlimited Oklahoma Chapter 420 and Tulsa Fly Fishers, and Save the Illinois River, STIR. We will also have wild fish dishes available that evening prepared by Chef Joel Bein and Chef Trey Winkle, so bring an appetite. This event is unprecedented in it's scope and focus on local and national water and fisheries. Join us as we celebrate our most valuable resource and discuss effective ways to ensure it's conservation.

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The Little Craft Show - Tulsa, OK
May
18
12:00 PM12:00

The Little Craft Show - Tulsa, OK

For the first time ever, The Little Craft Show is hosting an event outside Arkansas! Join us in heading west on the turnpike to Tulsa, Oklahoma for a mid-spring show at the beautiful Heirloom Rustic Ales brewery.

Shop from some of the best artists and makers from across the region and enjoy made-in-Oklahoma craft beers from Heirloom Rustic Ales.

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TSAS Trivia
May
16
6:00 PM18:00

TSAS Trivia

Heirloom Rustic Ales and Tulsa School of Arts & Sciences are hosting TSAS Trivia Night on May 16th! The trivia theme is "Binge TV" and will feature questions from some of the most popular tv shows such as Seinfeld, The Office, Friends, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and more.

Trivia teams will be in groups of four, sign up for a team as a group or go potluck with some new friends. Trivia is $10 per individual or $40 for a team (payment due upon arrival).

A silent auction will also be held in between rounds!

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Fly Tying
May
15
7:00 PM19:00

Fly Tying

We will be reserving two tables underneath our best lights for an evening in fly tying. This is NOT a beginner’s course and individuals looking to tie flys will need to bring their own vice and materials. Keep your eyes peeled for a beginner’s class in the future, but for now this slot is for folks familiar with the basics of tying and are trying to connect with a like minded community and have a beer while doing so.

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Old, Old Story Bottle Release
Apr
21
11:00 AM11:00

Old, Old Story Bottle Release

In the northern part of Belgium lies the Flemish region. Their beers are characterized by oak aging, acid-producing yeast and bacteria, and a keen focus on malt. We believe something very special happens when mixed culture meets malt, specifically darker, tawny malts. We developed a malt base similar to those used in Flanders and fermented it in vermouth, Pinot noir, and four roses barrels. Our house culture produced a very puckering level of acidity and a high level of grape must esters. The barrel blend was equal parts bourbon, Pinot noir, and vermouth, assembling a wide variety of notes and complexities. Aged for fourteen months in oak and kept cold and in the dark till rebirth.

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Easter Egg Hunt (ON LIMES) *Starts at Shuffles
Apr
21
10:30 AM10:30

Easter Egg Hunt (ON LIMES) *Starts at Shuffles

Join us on Easter Sunday for an all you can eat brunch buffet and fully stocked Bloody Mary and mimosa bar. Our featured beer will be Founders' Solid Gold lager for $3. Founders will be giving away t-shirts, hats, pint glasses, and other prizes. After brunch, we will scoot over to the Kendall Whittier Neighborhood on Limes. Lime is providing the first 50 people to arrive with a scooter, helmet, and unlock code.

There will be two, yes TWO egg hunts in the Kendall Whittier neighborhood. The first will take place at Heirloom in their Gossip Lounge. While at Heirloom, you will be able to experience their latest creation, "Old, Old Story" during its bottle release party. The second will take place at the Whittier Bar. Prizes will range from hoodies to t-shirts, games, koozies, keychains, stickers, buttons, beer.. and more!

Don't miss the AFTER PARTY that evening at Shuffles featuring KARAOKE on our brand new stage.

This event is for ages 21 and up.

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Myth and Metal
Apr
19
7:30 PM19:30

Myth and Metal

Myths have always held us together. Every culture and tradition has them. They are the stories we tell ourselves that remind us that we belong to something. That we come from somewhere. Some of our favorite tales come from Norse Mythology. Their parables are brimming with big gods, dark endings, and a horrifying cast of creatures we can appreciate. Our old school metal friends, @blindoath, share this sentiment and we decided to create a night of ceremony celebrating these stories from the North.

Fenrir’s Ribbon is a heavily wheated imperial brut IPA conditioned on a saga of pink guava purée and double dry hopped with Simcoe and Eureka. This beer is inspired by the wolf who could break chains but couldn’t cut a ribbon.

To celebrate the release of this beer, Blind Oath will debut a song of the same name, detailing the myth of Fenrir’s binding.

St Louis vampiric proto-metal stalwarts, Dracla, will be here to drink all of our boxed wine and drive a Dragula through Blue Oyster Cult’s discography.

8pm
All Ages
Donations for touring band encouraged

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Sissy Brown Show
Apr
18
10:30 AM10:30

Sissy Brown Show

Sissy Brown is bringing the party to Heirloom Rustic Ales! It's sure to be a dang good time! She plays everything from her Oklahoma Red Dirt originals to Solid Country Gold and all the silly songs that might make you blush! Come on out!

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Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Think & Drink: Climate Change

————— April Presentation ——————

Topic: Clean Energy – What’s happened since we talked in February?
Speaker: Edith Newton Wilson, PhD

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A lot has happened in renewable energy since February!

Our energy expert returns to update us on this rapidly changing industry and how it affects the us.

If you missed the February talk, this is your second chance to hear one of our most important presentations. If you attended the Feb presentation, there's plenty of new information you'll want to hear this month.

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Earth scientists are acutely aware that our climate is changing, sea level is rising, and polar ice is melting at an alarming rate. How do we address the rising global need for energy while eliminating the majority of fossil fuel combustion that contributes to global warming? Consider the current global sources and uses of energy. Almost half of global energy is consumed by the industrial sector, while transportation accounts for another quarter. If clean affordable energy sources can be substituted for coal, oil and natural gas in these sectors, the remaining commercial and residential markets will follow. Simple mass balance indicates that the most prolific and renewable ultimate source of energy is the sun. Falling component costs along with improved storage technology are driving a burst of primary solar capture, especially in new markets. Along with wind, hydro, and geothermal, solar is reaching an economic threshold that fosters rapid market growth. Adoption of electric vehicles is proceeding apace in Europe, China and the United States. Additional transportation needs can be met by lighter fuel components once the economic puzzle of gas-to-liquids technology is solved. Coupled with cost decline, renewable resources are also – well – renewable. Replacement costs are negligible. This results in increasing global demand that is fed more efficiently each year by shrinking supply investment. The new energy business model is not one of massive upfront expenditure, long time-frames, high risk, and high rate of return that is shackled to aging infrastructure. Instead the world of abundant clean energy will be one of rapid deployment, low risk, low up-front capital investment, and distributed, lean infrastructure – if any. As geoscientists and engineers, we have opportunities to transfer our skills, technology and talents from fossil fuel exploration and production to the development of clean energy resources. Areas of applicable expertise range from risk assessment to strategic mineral exploration to natural gas production to environmental stewardship of all forms of energy production. We can also work to introduce solar pumps and vapor recovery units into existing oil fields in our current roles as petroleum professionals. Perhaps our most valuable skill is the creativity and thirst for discovery that we bring to the job. Energy scientists embrace risk and change. We are pioneers and wildcatters - now and always.

Think & Drink is like a TED Talk, but enhanced with alcohol. Each month, someone with a deep understanding of a specific STEM field will provide insight into their field, research, or related topic. Presentations are informal and discussion is encouraged.

Presented by The STEMcell Science Shop.

Think & Drink nights are every 2nd Thursday from 6:30-8:30 at Heirloom Rustic Ales on Kendall Whittier Main Street.

Event is FREE, ALL AGES

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Stung Tongue - 2nd Year Anniversary Party
Feb
24
11:00 AM11:00

Stung Tongue - 2nd Year Anniversary Party

Come help Baby D and crew celebrate 2 trips around the sun for the world's greatest hot sauce brand!

-BBQ provided by Eagleton BBQ (while available)
-Live music provided by Constant Peril
-Vinyl DJs from TableTalk/Hop Sessions crew(s)
-Hot sauce bar (all the standards and some one-time-only blends)
-Silent Auction benefitting Neighbors Along the Line
-More TBA


It is 100% free (You gotta buy your own beer)

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Heirloom K9 Academy
Feb
22
2:00 PM14:00

Heirloom K9 Academy

At Heirloom, we love dogs! All of the dogs. We have teamed up with Margo, a professional dog trainer, and will host private classes in our back patio area starting Friday, February 8th.

Meet the Trainer:

Margo Whitaker BS, CBC, CGC

Trainer & Behaviorist, Margo Whitaker, has her Bachelors of Science in Conservation Education, and has spent 11 years as an animal behaviorist working with dogs, exotic, and farm animals.

She started her career as a volunteer and employee at the Toledo Zoo, Ohio. There she excelled in animal behavior and began assisting in training various animals at the Toledo Zoo. She trained goats, pot belly pigs, raptors, and other small mammals. She then specialized in Bat conservation and research, while working as a dog trainer at PetSmart. She then moved to Colorado and began training at Front Range K9 Academy under Jennifer Hime. While at Front Range she has trained over 600 dogs, was certified in Canine Good Citizen, and specialized in dog aggression.

Margo found her passion working with dogs with her first foster dog, Odie. Odie was an abuse case with profound separation anxiety and aggression toward men. She made it her job to help Odie so he could find his forever home and now wishes to continue helping others with their companion dogs.
She now has two furry children—a 7 year old Australian Shepherd named Bohannan from Colorado, who was rehomed because of his stubborn ‘sheriffing’ tendencies, and Smalls, a newly acquired puppy from the streets of Tulsa whose breed and insatiable appetite for acorns remains yet a mystery.

Class Expectations:

By the end of the 9 weeks you and your dog will be able to:
- Leave it
- Wait (in and out of doorways)
- Heel in the face of distractions
- Sit
- Sit stay 6’ for 1 minute
- Sit stay with distractions
- Down and Down stay
- Come when called at 6’ away

Breakdown of classes/costs:

Dog evaluation:
- Friday February 1st
- $55, must attend before you can sign up for a group class.

8 week training course:
- February 8th - March 29th
- $40 per 1 hour session.

- Payments can be made per session, full payment, or a split payment. Cash or check only.

If you are interested in signing up, please email heirloomk9academy@gmail.com !

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Landry Miller, Nathan Pape and Eli Wright -Heirloom Rustic Ales
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

Landry Miller, Nathan Pape and Eli Wright -Heirloom Rustic Ales

Cabaret Like Evening Of Music And Comedy
Free and begins at 6pm.

Get ready for a great night of comedy from Landry Miller and avant garde music from Nathan Alexander Pape and Eli Wright hosted by Heirloom Rustic Ales. This is the second of two cabaret like performances, which is a form of theatrical entertainment featuring music, song, comedy.... It is mainly distinguished by the performance venue, which might be a pub, a restaurant or a nightclub with a stage for performances. The second will be February 21st at Heirloom Rustic Ales.

Landry Miller. (Tulsa comedian and writer for Comedy Central and Netflix) features a show of live music with hilarious, improvisational lyrics and his always hysterical stand up comedy.

Nathan Alexander Pape, avant garde, American Primitive guitarist delivers a mesmerizing performance of acoustic guitar playing. Pape creates an engage set using a variety of percussive, harmonic and melodic technique to create music which is beautiful, at times discordant, creative, innovative and surprising. Pape mixes traditional blues, American Primitivism, folk, with music so original, it needs to be heard and seen to be appreciated.

Eli Wright performs intensely beautiful music featuring live looped a cappella vocals and songs accompanied by ukulele. Part folk, part cabaret, in Wright’s completely singular style, she sings songs exploring love, sharing humorous narratives, and expressing social and political themes. A one a kind performer and something completely original to Tulsa.

These performance will of special interest to musician’s musicians, lovers of jazz, improvisational comedy and cabaret style entertainment. The show begins at 6pm and free. We look forward to see you and thank you for support Tulsa music and culture.

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Heirloom K9 Academy
Feb
15
2:00 PM14:00

Heirloom K9 Academy

At Heirloom, we love dogs! All of the dogs. We have teamed up with Margo, a professional dog trainer, and will host private classes in our back patio area starting Friday, February 8th.

Meet the Trainer:

Margo Whitaker BS, CBC, CGC

Trainer & Behaviorist, Margo Whitaker, has her Bachelors of Science in Conservation Education, and has spent 11 years as an animal behaviorist working with dogs, exotic, and farm animals.

She started her career as a volunteer and employee at the Toledo Zoo, Ohio. There she excelled in animal behavior and began assisting in training various animals at the Toledo Zoo. She trained goats, pot belly pigs, raptors, and other small mammals. She then specialized in Bat conservation and research, while working as a dog trainer at PetSmart. She then moved to Colorado and began training at Front Range K9 Academy under Jennifer Hime. While at Front Range she has trained over 600 dogs, was certified in Canine Good Citizen, and specialized in dog aggression.

Margo found her passion working with dogs with her first foster dog, Odie. Odie was an abuse case with profound separation anxiety and aggression toward men. She made it her job to help Odie so he could find his forever home and now wishes to continue helping others with their companion dogs.
She now has two furry children—a 7 year old Australian Shepherd named Bohannan from Colorado, who was rehomed because of his stubborn ‘sheriffing’ tendencies, and Smalls, a newly acquired puppy from the streets of Tulsa whose breed and insatiable appetite for acorns remains yet a mystery.

Class Expectations:

By the end of the 9 weeks you and your dog will be able to:
- Leave it
- Wait (in and out of doorways)
- Heel in the face of distractions
- Sit
- Sit stay 6’ for 1 minute
- Sit stay with distractions
- Down and Down stay
- Come when called at 6’ away

Breakdown of classes/costs:

Dog evaluation:
- Friday February 1st
- $55, must attend before you can sign up for a group class.

8 week training course:
- February 8th - March 29th
- $40 per 1 hour session.

- Payments can be made per session, full payment, or a split payment. Cash or check only.

If you are interested in signing up, please email heirloomk9academy@gmail.com !

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Think & Drink: Clean Energy
Feb
14
12:30 PM12:30

Think & Drink: Clean Energy

————— February Presentation —————
Topic: Exploring Global Clean Energy Trends – One Map at a Time
Speaker: Edith Newton Wilson, PhD

Earth scientists are acutely aware that our climate is changing, sea level is rising, and polar ice is melting at an alarming rate. How do we address the rising global need for energy while eliminating the majority of fossil fuel combustion that contributes to global warming? Consider the current global sources and uses of energy. Almost half of global energy is consumed by the industrial sector, while transportation accounts for another quarter. If clean affordable energy sources can be substituted for coal, oil and natural gas in these sectors, the remaining commercial and residential markets will follow. Simple mass balance indicates that the most prolific and renewable ultimate source of energy is the sun. Falling component costs along with improved storage technology are driving a burst of primary solar capture, especially in new markets. Along with wind, hydro, and geothermal, solar is reaching an economic threshold that fosters rapid market growth. Adoption of electric vehicles is proceeding apace in Europe, China and the United States. Additional transportation needs can be met by lighter fuel components once the economic puzzle of gas-to-liquids technology is solved. Coupled with cost decline, renewable resources are also – well – renewable. Replacement costs are negligible. This results in increasing global demand that is fed more efficiently each year by shrinking supply investment. The new energy business model is not one of massive upfront expenditure, long time-frames, high risk, and high rate of return that is shackled to aging infrastructure. Instead the world of abundant clean energy will be one of rapid deployment, low risk, low up-front capital investment, and distributed, lean infrastructure – if any. As geoscientists and engineers, we have opportunities to transfer our skills, technology and talents from fossil fuel exploration and production to the development of clean energy resources. Areas of applicable expertise range from risk assessment to strategic mineral exploration to natural gas production to environmental stewardship of all forms of energy production. We can also work to introduce solar pumps and vapor recovery units into existing oil fields in our current roles as petroleum professionals. Perhaps our most valuable skill is the creativity and thirst for discovery that we bring to the job. Energy scientists embrace risk and change. We are pioneers and wildcatters - now and always.

Edith is the owner of Rock Whisperer LLC, a consulting firm which undertakes global clean energy and climate mitigation projects and works to engage emerging professionals in energy solutions for a changing world. Rock Whisperer continues to provide geological services and advice to oil and gas operators and investors. As a coach for Sustainable Tulsa (Official), Edith helps organizations to achieve responsible economic growth. She also works with local businesses and not-for-profit entities to promote industrial, commercial and residential clean energy solutions. Edith is a founding and honorary member of the Geosciences Advisory Board at the University of Arkansas. She is an active Past President of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa and a member of the Tulsa Global Alliance. Edith is a member of the Society of Economic Geologists, president-elect of the Energy Minerals Division of the AAPG, and past president of the Tulsa Geological Society. Edith is a native of Macon, Georgia, where her mother and grandmother were nationally recognized architects. She received her BA in Geology from Dartmouth College in 1982, and her MA and PHD in Carbonate Sedimentology from Johns Hopkins University in 1988. Her career in the energy industry began in Houston where she was an international explorer, negotiator and manager with Amoco and BP. In 2000, the Wilson family moved to Oklahoma where Edith worked with Phillips Petroleum on global new ventures, ConocoPhillips on leadership development and then with Samson Resources on domestic shale gas projects. In 2008, she co-founded TallGrass Energy, which acquired and operated oil and gas properties in Oklahoma and Texas. Edith shares a love of the mountains with her husband and son. In 2004, she climbed Kilimanjaro (19,431’), the highest peak in Africa. Edith has traveled throughout Europe, Africa and the western hemisphere, and is conversant in French, Italian and Portuguese.


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Think & Drink is like a TED Talk, but enhanced with alcohol. Each month, someone with a deep understanding of a specific STEM field will provide insight into their field, research, or related topic. Presentations are informal and discussion is encouraged.

Presented by The STEMcell Science Shop.

Think & Drink nights are every 2nd Thursday from 6:30-8:30 at Heirloom Rustic Ales on Kendall Whittier Main Street.

Event is FREE

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Volunteer University: Building Positive Relationships with Youth
Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

Volunteer University: Building Positive Relationships with Youth

Our second session of Volunteer University (VU) is scheduled for February 12th, at Heirloom Rustic Ales, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

The program will be ‘Using your Multi-Tool: Strategies for Building Positive Relationships with Youth’ presented by Fausto Lopez, Senior Technical Assistance Consultant with the American Institutes for Research. About this session: Just like you wouldn't go for a ride without your multi-tool, establishing positive relationships with youth is an essential function of a high-quality after-school program. Learn how you can add tools to your kit in this engaging and interactive session.

Volunteer University is being developed in response to requests for more programming aimed at building better skills for volunteers working with youth. Through occasional informational sessions, VU will be geared at helping new and veteran Bike Club volunteers develop and hone skills to make encounters with students successful and productive.

Mark your calendar now for February 12th!

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Heirloom K9 Academy
Feb
8
2:00 PM14:00

Heirloom K9 Academy

At Heirloom, we love dogs! All of the dogs. We have teamed up with Margo, a professional dog trainer, and will host private classes in our back patio area starting Friday, February 8th.

Meet the Trainer:

Margo Whitaker BS, CBC, CGC

Trainer & Behaviorist, Margo Whitaker, has her Bachelors of Science in Conservation Education, and has spent 11 years as an animal behaviorist working with dogs, exotic, and farm animals.

She started her career as a volunteer and employee at the Toledo Zoo, Ohio. There she excelled in animal behavior and began assisting in training various animals at the Toledo Zoo. She trained goats, pot belly pigs, raptors, and other small mammals. She then specialized in Bat conservation and research, while working as a dog trainer at PetSmart. She then moved to Colorado and began training at Front Range K9 Academy under Jennifer Hime. While at Front Range she has trained over 600 dogs, was certified in Canine Good Citizen, and specialized in dog aggression.

Margo found her passion working with dogs with her first foster dog, Odie. Odie was an abuse case with profound separation anxiety and aggression toward men. She made it her job to help Odie so he could find his forever home and now wishes to continue helping others with their companion dogs.
She now has two furry children—a 7 year old Australian Shepherd named Bohannan from Colorado, who was rehomed because of his stubborn ‘sheriffing’ tendencies, and Smalls, a newly acquired puppy from the streets of Tulsa whose breed and insatiable appetite for acorns remains yet a mystery.

Class Expectations:

By the end of the 9 weeks you and your dog will be able to:
- Leave it
- Wait (in and out of doorways)
- Heel in the face of distractions
- Sit
- Sit stay 6’ for 1 minute
- Sit stay with distractions
- Down and Down stay
- Come when called at 6’ away

Breakdown of classes/costs:

Dog evaluation:
- Friday February 1st
- $55, must attend before you can sign up for a group class.

8 week training course:
- February 8th - March 29th
- $40 per 1 hour session.

- Payments can be made per session, full payment, or a split payment. Cash or check only.

If you are interested in signing up, please email heirloomk9academy@gmail.com !

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Decades Party and Yearbook Photo Booth
Dec
31
4:00 PM16:00

Decades Party and Yearbook Photo Booth

Every place will have champagne. Every place will have live music. However, there is only one place that will have a $14 backdrop that will take you back to middle school yearbook photos and Baptist Church directory shots. We will have free polaroids for any and all on New Years Eve. While you try to get your friends to pose in matching wind suits, our buds at #tabletalk will be playing only the bangers from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. If that's not enough, we will also be pouring sexy natty wine bubbles into chambongs while you reminisce about the fourth time you had to get braces and early onset acne. Come get sentimental with us about the best/worst years of our lives.

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