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Reviews by hiikeeba:
3.78/5 rDev +9.2%
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 | More by hiikeeba
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3.94/5 rDev +13.9%
My family and I were in OKC for a couple of days and decided to lodge in Bricktown a coupld of blocks from the Bricktown Brewery. The menu on the website looked good so we decided to eat there. We were greeted with a warm welcome as we entered at about 8:30pm on a Wednesday night. Not many patrons, but happy hours were over and it was midweek. It's a very nice looking well kept place - rustic/grand saloon/cabin sort of vibe with the fermenters and mash tuns behind glass. Bar looked nice, but we sat at a booth which was very comfortable. There are steel stairs which climb up to the second floor where I believe they have several pool tables, but I didn't go up to look. My wife and daughter commented on the smell that smacked us in the face when we walked in. They were a little grossed out, but I knew that smell. It was fermenting(ed) grain. Not something you really want your customers to get a snout full of so I think they need to find a way to correct that. The service here was great - no problems. The food is very good. My pulled pork sandwich was fantastic. Wife's loaded burger was tasty and huge. Daughter's chicken/bacon/apple salad was delicious and huge. Fries were fresh and crisp. Now for the beer. Tap selection is pretty bare bones to honest. I was there to drink their beer. They were out of their wheat beer, so I ordered their Bricktown Brown ale which was a very good brown regardless of the average score it receives here on BA. I ordered the 46 Star Oklahoma Amber ale (formerly Copperhead Amber ale) to have with my sandwich. I was not as pleased with their amber, but it wasn't bad. I would recommend this place without hesitation. We'll be back.
07-25-2014 23:54:23 | More by DelMontiac
Bricktown Brewery in Oklahoma City, OK
82 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.