• Beer Top

    Beer Tap  

    Bricktown Brewery has a one of a kind Beer Tap Table!

    There are only 4 in USA! The table seats up to 12 of your friends. Imagine going to watch the game with your friends at a table with your very own beer tap in the middle! Each table has four taps with four of our hand crafted beers ready to pour into your glass.

    These tables are perfect for watching your favorite game, betting on some ponies, birthday celebrations or just a night on the town. 

     

     Brewery Remington Red   Remington Red

    Primarily a catch all for any beer less than a dark ale in color, ranging from amber to deep red hues. This style of beer tends to focus on the malts, and the hop character is a medium hop to make a well-balanced beer, with toasted malt characters and a light fruitiness.

    Grain bill: English pale malts and the hops are nugget and cascade.

     Brewery 46 Stars   46 Star Oklahoman Amber Ale

    This amber ale is Oklahoma’s favorite handcrafted beer. Formerly called “Copperhead,” this is light bodied, American amber ale. This brew has a little malt in the middle but finishes clean and crisp. The sterling and Willamette give the amber its smooth yet crisp aftertaste.

    Grain bill: 2 row and caramel malts
    Hops: nugget, sterling, and Mt. Hood.


     Brewery Old King   Old King Kölsch

    This beer is light to medium in body with a very pale color, brewed using pale malts, nugget and cascade hops making this beer medium to slightly assertive. A somewhat vinous (grapey from malts) and dry flavor make up the rest. This beer is most comparable to Coors Light.

    Grain bill: pale malts
    Hop bill: nugget, cascade.

     Brewery Wiley   Wiley One-Eyed Wheat

    This American style wheat beer is golden in color, cold filtered and usually served with a lemon wedge. This beer is very light in appearance with hints of orange peel. The mouth feel is that of pale and wheat malts, hopped with nugget, sterling and Mt. Hood

    Grain bill: 2row and wheat malt
    Hops: nugget, sterling and Mt. Hood.