What the ale: Brewing in the new year at Hight Gravity Fermentations | What’s Cooking

This year marks 20 years in business for High Gravity Fermentations and its owners, Dave and Desiree Knott. 

A homebrewer for a dozen years prior, Dave met Desiree and shared a love of beer. “It brought us together,” Desiree says. “It really did.”

When the store opened, it focused more on making beer and wine but has since expanded to all things fermentable. The store, located at 6808 S. Memorial Drive, Suite 146, sells supplies to make beer and wine, as well as ferment vegetables or make your own kombucha, sauerkraut and pickles.

“We added cheese-making probably about 16 years ago. It was our goal to focus on DIY fermenting cultures-type products that we can bring into the store. It’s more wide-ranging now. You can do more than just brew beer, and you can do more than just make wine. You can make nonalcoholic stuff. You can make cheeses and buttermilk and sour cream and all kinds of stuff,” she says.

The on-site taproom lets guests try out Dave’s beers and wines. 

The Knotts say the new year is a great time to start up a new hobby like fermenting, and they have the goods at their south Tulsa storefront, along with the knowledge.

In honor of the store’s 20th anniversary, High Gravity plans to collaborate with local breweries for several events. Learn more at highgravitybrew.com.



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