Thirty years ago, Bricktown Brewery pioneered the craft beer movement in Oklahoma. Lobbying to make brewing and selling beer legal here, they proudly obtained the first federal license number for craft beer in the state of Oklahoma. Along with that monumental achievement came another – crafting a delicious menu of kicked-up comfort foods that surprise and delight. No obligatory pub food here. This menu is in a spotlight all its own with fresh, local ingredients, cheesy and meaty goodness, seafood, pizza, and distinctive flavor combos that leave you craving more. As Charles Stout, Area Director of Bricktown Brewery says, “We’ve always been a restaurant first, that features hand-crafted beers, a full bar, and craft cocktails.” Along with their 2nd Street location in Edmond, Bricktown Brewery has six metro locations and restaurants in six states. This fun pub and family hot spot is ringing in its 30th year like a boss!
All About Those Appetizers
Don’t expect to find just one item on the menu that jumps out and calls your name. You’ll find many, and that’s no accident. “We have a group of very talented restaurant and culinary-minded people on our team,” Charles comments, “and they work together to identify the best local flavors that our guests want and crave.” Topping the list of favorite appetizers are the Chopped and Chipped Nachos with slow-cooked pork, BBQ, cheese, Cholula, and sour cream. They’re meant to be shared, of course, but you’ll want them all to yourself! And when your taste buds are restless for something that checks every box in the yummy category, the beer-battered Watonga Cheddar Curds always hit the spot.
Comfort with a Kick
If enjoying caramel as a meal condiment is wrong, I don’t wanna be right! Bricktown Brewery gets that, big time, completing their dishes with unique flourishes like salt and pepper honey, bread and butter pickle coleslaw, blueberry salsa, and tasty aiolis. Their perfectly crisp and billowy sweet potato fries dunked in spicy caramel sauce are the answer to every food mood you’ll ever have.
Known for their burgers and Big Mike’s Meatloaf, which is wrapped with bacon, grilled, and glazed with chili sauce, Bricktown Brewery re-defines comfort food with distinct flavor and flair. Their pizzas are an unexpected treat, from the saucy pepperoni to the Yard Bird Pizza with roasted chicken, BBQ mustard sauce, sweet peppered bacon, mushrooms, and three cheeses.
Bricktown Brewery’s diverse drink selection is a huge attraction. “We produce four core beers that are available year-round and an average of five seasonal rotators throughout the year,” Charles explains. “The Old King Kolsch and Bluesberry Ale are our biggest fan favorites, which we have made available for retail distribution.” In addition, this community-oriented pub supports other local craft brewers, proudly serving their unique brews alongside Bricktown beers. Signature cocktails also offer crisp, refreshing, and robust sips for perfect pairings.
“We are proud to be part of the Edmond community,” Charles remarks, “and always look forward to contributing to local schools and organizations. We love giving back to the community that has supported us for so many years and look forward to many more years to come.”
Visit Bricktown Brewery at 1150 E. 2nd St. in Edmond, or bricktownbrewery.com.