Located in the heart of Bricktown. Went on a Thursday night and place was dead which is quite amazing given how little there is to do in OKC. Close to a 100 taps and good amount of bottles. Menu is broken down by style and country. Nothing rare or really special on tap but for OKC they offer pretty much every beer available. Had some local and regional brews along with nice selection of national macros such as New Belgium, Great Divide, Left Hand, Anchor, and Boulevard. Not a bad place overall and really the only sort of must stop in OKC.
very clean place with a great atmosphere right in the heart of bricktown. ordered a club sandwich to share with boomer and the waitress removed the tomatoes off my half of the sandwich which was awesome. the sandwich was 9 bucks but it filled up the both of us. beer was ok priced.....i have seen worse. my experience here was great and will go back again, especially just to enjoy the atmosphere of the rest of bricktown.
Ambiance is enjoyable, selection is moderate with over 200 choices. The pint prices are a bit too high, especially for Oklahoma. Service is fair at the bar, but if you’re at a table, it’s usually understaffed with waiters/waitresses. Overall this place is fair, but not on a busy night, because paying higher than average prices for beer that doesn’t get to your table for a while is kind of annoying.
If you want beer in Oklahoma, this is the place. The ambiance is somewhat lacking, but that’s okay, because it is not crowded during the week. I went there on a weekend when the music was live, and it was not as much fun (the band sucked). Service is generally pretty good, except when it is crowded. Food is pretty standard, though there are some interested appetizers on the menu. Seating is comfortable, and private. And the beer...hundreds of taps, it seems like. A wall of them. And a lot more bottles. A bit on the expensive side, however if you live in Oklahoma, you’re not going to find most of these brews anywhere else.
By far the best selection I learned of in OKC and the best beer stop I managed to make in the state with some oppressive beer scenes. They were still recovering from a huge party the day before when I got there (Sunday evening, 5PMish), the food was really pub-like (ie. not that good), but the selection was pretty good: imports and domestics alike. If you’re forced to travel to OK (ok, it’s not THAT bad, but...), this might be the best stop.