To describe Oklahoma’s craft beer scene as “thriving” would be an understatement. World-class microbreweries have been popping up in every corner of the state during the last decade, releasing award-winning beers to national and international acclaim. Inspired by the styles of the moment and traditions of the past, Oklahoma’s bold and innovative brewmasters have carved out a unique place in a crowded field—and they don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Take a tour of some of the state’s most buzzed-about breweries and see what’s on tap in the Sooner State.Learn More
Red Dirt Brewhouse
At Red Dirt Brewhouse in Ardmore, you'll find a wide selection of locally crafted beers as well as a friendly atmosphere and delicious food. Their menu has everything from your pub favorites like cheese fries and beer battered shrimp to complete meals including blackened ribeye sandwiches and mushroom swiss burgers smothered in cheese and topped with sautéed mushrooms. If you're craving a steak, Red Dirt Brewhouse will expertly grill your sirloin paired with your choice of coleslaw, French fries, salad, or onion rings. Children will enjoy getting to choose their own meal from the kids' menu. Leave room for some of their decadent turtle cheesecake that combines the flavors of caramel, chocolate and pecan or a creamy piece of chocolate stout pie made with Left Hand Milk Stout.
The Red Dirt Brewhouse tap wall will make it difficult to choose which beer to sample. With choices ranging from wheat beers and white ales to stouts and porters, they have something for every taste. Specializing in local brews, most of the selections including Marshall Sundown Wheat, Black Mesa Blonde Ale, Coop Gran Sport Porter and Prairie Standard are all from Oklahoma. Catch some Oklahoma talent while you're at the Red Dirt Brewhouse as well. Most weekends local bands and acoustic artists take the stage for your entertainment making this brewhouse in Ardmore a complete night out.