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$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]
1 N Oklahoma Ave
phone: (405) 232-2739
(Place added by: BeerAdvocate)
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Reviews by hiikeeba:
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
We arrived a little before one in the afternoon. The crowd was surprisingly light. Bricktown is the old industrial district in downtown OKC. I almost overdosed on brick buildings. It's a great area of town, and is probably packed on weekends.
We sat in the bar area and had the sampler. The copperhead ale was the best of the bunch. The porter had some butterscotch flavor in it. The copperhead was clean and refreshing.
I ordered the BBQ stuffed potato and was amazed at the size of the thing. It was huge. The potato had been cut open, and filled with pulled pork with a small amount of sauce. It would have been better with a bit more sauce, but it was still very good.
This is a great place. I look forward to visiting again.
06-24-2008 18:41:47 |
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11-25-2013 03:07:34 |
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More by jaydoc
vibe: 4 | quality: 2.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4 | $$$
Set in it's namesake, this place is big, beautiful & has a nice welcoming feel to it unless you are turned off by TVs & music ( not overbearing)
Limited by our DUMBass beer laws, the beers are mostly watery. The IPA, Red & Kolsch were the best of six I tried. Only the IPA was above average. I drank plenty of beers in England below 4.2% abv that were good, not sure why more flavor wasn't delivered here. At least all the beers tasted clean & uninfected ( Tapwerks take note)
Service was friendly & prompt
Six house beers on tap, a couple of other taste guest brews ( the Coop F5 blew my taste buds out after the kinderbier served first). Nice bottled selection
The food was very tasty, albeit a bit expensive (welcome to Bricktown!) Beer was more reasonably priced. Loved the chicken pot pie
Worth a visit, come hungry & look towards the guest beers unless you like them real delicate & light
12-14-2012 03:05:35 |
More by russpowell
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 2.5 | food: 3 | $$
This is a pretty generic Anytown brewery in the old-warehouse-district-turned-gentrified-downtown part of Oklahoma City. Which is to say, not a bad place to go for some pub food and good beer.
The brewery’s beer is a pretty short list; kolsch, wheat, amber, red, and brown. Nothing to get excited about. But, the red ale and the brown ale were both very clean and drinkable. Nice flavor; good balance leaning to malt; very quaffable session beers.
There was a fairly good sized bottle-beer list, but I didn’t check it out much.
I had a “Pork on pulled-Pork Sandwich”. Lot’s of good pulled-pork, with a couple slices of bacon for good measure. Tasty, and a good-value for meat eaters. The sweet potato fries were pretty good also.
There were plenty of wide-screens around with sports on them. There was also a pretty kickin’ two piece guitar band doing some covers and their own music.
I’ll come back next time I’m in OKC.
10-26-2012 02:25:34 |
More by Travler
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5 | $$
I was in Oklahoma City on business for a few days so I did a bit of research prior to see what would be within walking distance of my hotel. Bricktown Brewery is really easy to find located just under the Bricktown overpass, parking is really easy as well.
Food is fair, nothing special just regular bar food. Selection is average I would assume for area. Environment and atmosphere is nice and open. In house beers are fair but nothing special. If I was ever back in Oklahoma I would definitely stop back.
09-26-2012 22:35:13 |
More by cspompey
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5 | $$
So we drove into Oklahoma City because, you know, the wife grew up in Tulsa but has not been to OK City since 1995, and I have visited OK but never been to the capital city.
We pull into Bricktown looking for Tapwerks and wow, is that a brewery? Yup, we just parked right next to Bricktown Brewery. So let's check it out... huge space, an old warehouse, a bar area, dining room, tables everywhere. Empty at 2pm on a Friday, I guess the lunch rush was over. Sweet server, no issues there.
We sat at the bar and surveyed the taps. Six house brews (Robbie House brown, Bricktown Brown, Old King Kolsch, Red Ale, Wheat and Amber) plus two non-house beers (Oklahoma beers, Coop F5 IPA plus Marshall Porter).
The food is pub grub, one step up. We had a great pimento-cheese dip with house-made crackers/flatbread and a Coney spicy hot-dog with pork chilli.
They fill growlers! How great is that in Oklahoma? Fifteen dollars for the glass and first fill, then half price for your next visit.
So this is a sort-of-average brewery that would not stand out if it were in, say, Denver, but here in Oklahoma City, it is quite a little gem.
01-28-2012 06:55:27 |
More by DoubleSimcoe
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4 | $$
I stopped by for a couple of pints and some food with a friend. I sat at the bar and was immediatly greeted by the bartender she was nice and made us feel comfortable. The bar was a little small but the restraunt had ample space. The brewery was located directly behind the bar area. The beer selection was average and I liked the IPA and RED the best. I had a BBQ sandwich and some sweet potato fries. The food was typical and the beer was good. The waitress was fast and always there when our glasses were empty. Overall a good place. I will definately try this place again when I am in town.
04-07-2011 21:12:13 |
More by smibroncos
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 2.5 | $$
Third and final stop on my three-stop brewpub tour of Oklahoma City. The clear winner in a filed of mediocrity.
Beers on tap..
Crisp Ale (not sure)
Aught 7 IPA
Had the IPA and it was easily and far and away the best beer I've ever had in Oklahoma. Clean, bursting with hop aroma and great flavor. It may have been so good because the other beers at the other stops were just that poor.
Located in a revived downtown area just a short walk from my Courtyard hotel. I'm not sure it would be a place that I would hang out when busy. May draw lowest common denominator on busy nights, but hey the IPA was great.
They forgot my Feta on the Greek salad and even after getting it, it was just ok.
03-04-2011 01:57:48 |
More by Yetiman420
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
In the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, which I've visited a few times at this point, is the Bricktown Brewery. Its fairly charming, with a sports bar type design, and a welcoming atmosphere.
The staff is pleasant and work pretty quickly. The quality of the food and beverage is good and the restaurant is clean.
The beers were good. I sampled the Bison American Wheat, Copperhead Amber Ale (The flagship brew), High Plains Porter, India Pale Ale, and Red Brick Ale. Each of the beers was pretty good (maybe a 3.5 out of 5), with the exception of the Red Brick Ale. I found this one to be an exceptional American Red Ale and ordered a pint following my sampler.
The food was excellent, and I would recommend the cornbread battered catfish or the barbeque chicken.
01-17-2011 22:20:19 |
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