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Grab a Cold One

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 12:00:00 am

Many of us enjoy the old fall tradition of popping open a brewsky while watching the big game. In recent years, craft beer brewing has grown in popularity across the U.S., and Oklahoma is no different. Each year it seems that another craft brewery pops up with its own tasty beverages. So when it comes time to choose which cerveza to crack open, we invite you to check out some of the great local brews.

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewing Company offers these great options: Belle’s Blonde, Wild Mary’s Hefeweisen, Flanagan’s Amber Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Power House Porter, IPA (India Pale Ale), and some season brewer’s specials.

If you’re in Bricktown, head over to the Bricktown Brewery to try these: Old King Kölsch, Wiley One-Eyed Wheat, Remington Red, 46 Star Oklahoma Amber Ale and Bricktown Brown.

If none of those strike your fancy, have no fear – there’s lots more Oklahoma beer. No matter where you are around town, you’re likely to come across at least one of the brews from these local craft beer artisans: Anthem Brewing Company, Battered Boar Brewing, Black Mesa Brewing, Choc Beer, Coop Ale Works, Dead Armadillo Brewery, Huebert Brewing, Marshall Brewing Company, Mustang Brewing Company and Redbud Brewing Company.

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