Born in November 2017 to the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood in Tulsa, Ok, Heirloom Rustic Ales brew small-batch beers that move slowly to completion. They look to make things that are refreshing, simple, approachable and affordable. Heirloom welcomes all to their taproom to meet new people, talk to strangers and play old records, with the hope that you leave amused and lighthearted.
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