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
Offering refreshing handcrafted beers and a wide variety of menu items, Bricktown Brewery is a great place for a relaxing night in Edmond. In addition to a full bar, Bricktown Brewery keeps a variety of beers on tap, including their very own brews such as the Wiley One-Eyed Wheat, Millie McFadden Red Rye Ale and Bricktown Brown. They also regularly feature beers from many Oklahoma breweries like COOP Ale Works, Marshall Brewing Company, Prairie Artisan Ales and Mustang Brewing Company.
The food menu at Bricktown Brewery features everything you could ask for, from scrumptious sharable plates and fresh salads to burgers and pizza pies. Start off with an order of sea salt caramel fries, bacon on a stick or Bavarian pretzel sticks. Try a Brewery Garden salad or a cup of bourbon, bacon & beer chili. You can also bite into a meatloaf or loaded pork sandwich served with housemade potato chips, salt & pepper fries or sweet potato fries.
Unique burger concoctions abound, as well. The breakfast burger contains a heaping amount of bacon, hashbrowns, egg, cheese and burger sauce, while the cowboy bison burger teems with bison, caramelized onions, arugula and veggies. Blueberry glazed salmon, turkey pot pie, carnivore pizza and chicken fried chicken are also available for the main course. For dessert, try a piece of delicious apple crisp or cheesecake with caramel to end the meal on a sweet note.