Oklahoma City Brewing Companies

Beer-lovers have plenty of options at bars and pubs across Oklahoma City, but why not support the local brewing companies. You're sure to find some beers you'll love. Here is a list of the Oklahoma City area brewing companies, with information on the types of ales offered and where to buy them.

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    14801 Metro Plaza Blvd.
    Edmond, OK, 73013


    About: Started by Edmond's Mike Sandefur, the Battered Boar Brewing Company began pre-selling brews in early 2009 before debuting with three beers in July.
    Beer Options: Battered Boar Brewing Company now makes five beers, offerings such as LaPadite Farmhouse Ale, Lion's Tooth Floret, Chuck's Pumpkin Ale, Coconut Cream Stout and Dante's Pepper Porter
    Where to Buy: Battered Boar products are available in a number of places, so check with your favorite liquor store. 

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    1124 NW 51st Street
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
    (405) 842-2667


    About: In March of 2009, COOP Ale Works' beer debut came at the next-door 51st Street Speakeasy in Oklahoma City. Started by Mark Seibold, JD Merryweather, Daniel Mercer and Chase Healey, the company offers several beer options.
    Beer Options: COOP options include F5 IPA, Horny Toad Cerveza, a German Wheat, Native Amber, Belgian-style DNR, a dark Gran Sport Porter and a seasonal Oktoberfest beer.
    Where to Buy: COOP products are available at a number of Oklahoma City-area restaurants including Hideaway, Cafe do Brasil, Iguana, Louie's and many, many more. Check the location finder online.

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    421 SW 26th
    Oklahoma City, OK 73109
    (405) 778-2059


    About: According to founder and owner Rick Huebert, Huebert Brewing Company is the oldest licensed microbrewery in the state. The 6500 square foot facility opened in the Capitol Hill area in 2003.
    Beer Options: In addition to seasonal brews such as Chocolate Mint Stout for the holidays, Huebert features wheat beers Wild Pony and Deep Deuce, a Tucker Pale Ale and German style Rasenmaher. Also, Huebert is the company behind the POPS Hops beer at POPS 66.
    Where to Buy: For Huebert beers, check your local liquor store. A number in the metro and surrounding areas carry a selection.
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    520 N. Meridian Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73107
    (405) 943-0100
    info@mustangbrewing.com


    About: Originally based in Mustang and debuting at McNellie's in Midtown in the summer of 2009, the Mustang Brewing Company's beers are actually brewed in several states, including Oklahoma, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
    Beer Options: Mustang Brewing options include a pale ale, a strawberry wheat, Peanut Butter Milk Stout, Tractor Therapy Session IPA and more. The company also has seasonal selections.
    Where to Buy: Mustang beers are available at hundreds of locations in Oklahoma, on tap at restaurants such as McNellie's and Bourbon Street Cafe in Bricktown, as well as in 6-packs at many area liquor stores. 

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    1279 N. Air Depot Blvd.
    Oklahoma City, OK, 73110
    (405) 771-6517


    About: Two Oklahoma home-brewers teamed up to start RoughTail in 2011.
    Beer Options: With German and British influences, RoughTail offers an IPA, a dark Polar Night brew, a Red Ale, seasonal brews and more.
    Where to Buy: You can find RoughTail all around the metro, at restaurants such as Iron Starr BBQ, Empire Slice House and S&B's Burger Joint, as well as bars such as WSKY Lounge and Skinny Slim's.  See RoughTail's beer map.