A two level brewpub with a restaurant on the first floor and a large bar and music area on the second floor. Upstairs is a bit smokey. Service was good but the server was not particularly knowledgeable about the beer. 7 of there own beers on tap with a few bottles and taps devoted to other breweries. Food was good and prices are very competitive.
Went here last week, nice little place across the street from Penn Square Mall. Food was pretty good - had the Mango Honey Salmon. They had about 6 of their own beers on tap, plus a bunch of others in bottles - mostly macrosí but a couple locals (noticed Mustang and Marshall). Belle Isle beer wasnít bad at all. Would come back if I am in the area again.
Although OKC does not have the best brewpubs, I would not recommend this place. Came here on a Saturday night (there was a $5 cover for a shitty band). They allow smoking in one section of the bar, which means that the whole place is smoky. They had 5-6 house beers on tap, all pretty poor (I tried the wheat, brown ale [which should have been the oatmeal stout but was given the wrong beer], and amber ale). Most patrons were ordering BMC options. They also have Redhook on tap. The food was not good. I ordered the ranch chicken nachos and the nachos were soggy from the cheese and tons of ranch dip. Although this was the only brewpub I visited in OKC, I would suggest going elsewhere if in town.
Ambience was great when I arrived - seemed strangely slow for the evening. Service started out okay until the rest of my party had arrived and I got the impression that the service was overwhealmed, even on a slow day! Food was okay for what little we had during the trip. Value and service could certainly use some work.