There’s a reason craft beers are so popular. They just have so much more character and flavor than traditional macro beers. Oklahoma is home to a number of great breweries, each of which makes unique beers with local ingredients. Here are our 10 favorites in the state!
The seasonal Revival Red Ale is a favorite, but Marshall’s has a year-round selection featuring wheat beers with international inspiration.
Polar Eclipse, a winter seasonal stout made with cocoa nibs, is one of the most popular Roughtail brews, but this brewery has plenty of awards for its craft beers.
RateBeer ranked Prairie Artisan Ales in the Top 100 Brewer list in 2015. The BOMB! is an Imperial Stout with coffee, vanilla, chocolate and chilies. It’s a deep, rich beer great for sipping in front of a fireplace.
With names like, DNR, Briefcase Brown, F5 and Horny Toad, it might be difficult to pick a favorite.
Mustang served its first pint in 2009, and it’s been serving up some excellent craft beers which are 100 percent brewed in Oklahoma, ever since. The taproom is open Friday afternoons, when you’re welcome to stop in for games, conversation and brews.
The Amber Ale started it all for Dead Armadillo, and it’s still the most popular beer that they brew. It’s got a nice balance of hops and malt with a dry finish.
The band that gave America the song, “Mmmbop” decided to open a brewery. The beer is called Mmmhops. It’s a light beer with a malty flavor, available at many places around the Tulsa metro.
The Grapefruit Sour is a popular choice, which you can find in the taproom. Stop by and try a pint.
Huebert Brewing states that it is the oldest licensed microbrewery in Oklahoma, in fact this is the family that changed the industry for microbrews in our state. None of the drinks are pasteurized, giving the beers a fresher taste.
The Milk Stout was the first beer produced by Iron Monk, and it remains the most popular. It’s rich and hearty with notes of espresso and chocolate.