Thru The Cellar Door Wine & Spirits

BEER

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With beer from all over the place including some you may not have heard of. We’re proud to bring these amazing flavors to Tulsa, Oklahoma and we’ve got the right brew for you.

A Few Of Our Offerings…

Craft Beers

Smokestack
Tecate
Truly
New Belgium
Frankensteiner
Dos Equis
Stella Artois
Blue Moon
Founders
Goose Island
Guinness
Kona
Kronenbourg
Marshalls
Leffe
Small Town
Prairie
Steel Reserve
Stone
Busch
Shiner Bock
Pabst Heineken
Dead Armadillo
Sam Adams
Warenteiner
Belhaven
Shock Top
Rogue
Redds
Sam Adams
Roughtail
Palm Breeze
Units
Cayman Jack
Tall Grass
Ziegenbock
Stone
Abita
Cabin Boys
Bud Rita’s
New Haven
Ballast Point
Bohemia
Ice House

Craft Beers

Evil Twin
Hofbrau
Curious Traveler
Paulaner
Iron Monk
Lazy Magnolia
Pilsner
Big Sky
Harp
Sam Smith
Cabbies
Bitburger
Moosehead
Boulevard
Old Rasputin
Story’s
Smithwick
Left Hand
Boddingtons
Heineken
Carlsberg
Mike’s Hard
Coop
Dogfish Head
Budweiser
Inn & Guinn
Oskar Blues
Stone
Shock Top
Ommehang
Chimay
Weihenstephaner
FLYING Dog
Grolsch
Golden Draak
Sapporo
Ballast Point
Becks
Destihl
Sixpoint
Santa Re
Mickey’s
Little Kings

RESERVE YOUR BREWS

Our Top Picks

Angry Orchard Beer

Angry Orchard

Guinness

Guinness Draught

nooner pilsner

Nooner Pilsner

Shiner Bock

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From IPAs to Your Favorite Craft Beer…

Beer is made from grain, water, yeast and hops. The grain is warmed in water and the starches from the grain then convert into sugars. The sugar water is also then boiled to get rid of contaminants.

Once the sugar water comes to a boil, hops are added to create a contrasting balance to the sweetness leftover from the grains. This mixture is then cooled and yeast is pitched and shaken to create fermentation -the process where yeast digests the sugars and spits out alcohol.

Each stage of this process can create huge variety of amazing flavors.  The combination of specific grains, and flavors added into the brewing process lead us to some amazing beer options from breweries all over the globe. Thru The Cellar Door brings in as many of these different options as we can get our hands on for you to try.

The best advice we can offer on learning all that the craft beer world has to offer is to just jump in and try something!  Running up the taste scale is not a bad way to teach your palate about beer, but you may try any random craft beer and enjoy it.  The main thing to remember is to start trying a variety of flavors to see what you really enjoy.

If you need a great recommendation or a starting point, don’t hesitate to ask us!  We love helping folks discover their new favorites!

RESERVE YOUR BEVERAGES

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Where Should You Begin?

If you need a recommendation we can help! If you want a brew that goes right along with the current season or just want to break out and try something different – we’ve got just the right thing for you.

When it comes to craft beer, a common question that usually comes up for most people is: “Where do I start?”

While this question is really going to come down to your personal tastes, the real answer is not as difficult as some may make you think it is. No matter where your craft beer journey begins, the fact remains you always have to start somewhere—and that part doesn’t have to be overwhelming.  You just need to start.

A pro tip for your fist couple attempts into the craft beer world:  Try and find beers that, while superior in every way to mass-produced light beers, possibly happen to share attributes to beers you already know and enjoy. In this case, it might be the higher carbonation content, or the general ‘paleness’ or light nature of the beer.

Once you’ve conquered beers that match what you’ve become accustomed to with mass produced flavors, you can then dive a little deeper into more complex flavors and combinations. Don’t worry, we won’t let you go at it alone. We love talking craft beers. Stop in or call us anytime to get some enthusiastic recommendations.

 

Directions

Thru The Cellar Door is conveniently located near the front of the Bass Pro shopping center in Broken Arrow.

From the BA: Take the Elm St. exit and head north on Elm St. Turn right on West Stone Wood Drive and then take your first right. We are located right next to the American Airlines Credit Union.