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Craft Brewers Association of Oklahoma Launches Sleek New Website (Maybe Visit)

The Oklahoma Craft Brewers Association (CBAO) launched a new website last week in partnership with OKC-based company Friday Studio. The new website will offer a clean, modern design, easy navigation, and helpful tools and resources for association members, craft beer enthusiasts, and those looking to explore the state’s craft beer scene.

As you browse the new site, you’ll quickly be greeted with great graphics, videos and photos from some of the best breweries in the state. You’ll also find a list of members along with a statewide map to guide you through the state with the goal of trying each brewery for yourself. You’ll also find information about events, online registration, and blog content, as CBAO will keep you up to date with important craft beer news. There is an e-mail registration form as well as information on how to join the association or make a donation. Breweries also have the ability to offer offers on the website, which can change daily.

“Having the tools to reach craft beer fans, but also a way to manage our members is essential as we continue to grow the craft beer community in Oklahoma,” said Tabbi Burwell, executive director of the Craft Brewers Association. “This website will help us advocate for brewers in the state while continuing to put forth efforts to support our breweries, events, and legislative issues.”

Currently, the membership of the association has nearly 55 breweries and allied trade members. Starting this month, craft beer enthusiasts will be able to join the association as an enthusiastic member and receive several benefits, including brewery discounts, early event registration, emails and more. Again.

“As admirers and consumers of our thriving local breweries, we were thrilled to partner with the Craft Brewer’s Association of Oklahoma to bring their mission online,” said Friday Studio co-owner Audrey Falk. “Finding meaningful ways to virtually connect with association members and beer lovers has never been more important. So our goal was to bring together the many faces and places that embody craft brewing in Oklahoma and to create a space to learn, engage and network is both easy and fun.This new CBAO website offers new and dynamic ways for this important grassroots organization to continue to evolve and grow, as she works to advance the brewing industry and the many small business owners who support it.We are delighted to lend a hand and look forward to continuing to work together in the years to come.

To support Oklahoma’s craft brewers, join the association, or simply browse the new website, visit