Bricktown's Copperhead Amber Ale is true amber ale. It's brewed with a combination of two-row pale, munich, crystal and carapils malts. Bricktown hops it up with Willamette and Fuggles sparingly for flavor and bitterness. Look for a pine herb hop nose and some caramel malt evident in this light amber, filtered ale. The flavor on this medium-bodied beer emphasizes a caramel maltiness as well as biscuity notes from the large amounts of munich malts used. Note a malty, low hop bitterness in the finish. Overall, we found it very flavorful, smooth and quite satisfying.
Located in the heart of Oklahoma City's historic Bricktown District, the Bricktown Brewery opened for business in October 1992. It was recently awarded one of the biggest awards in the brewing business when at the National BrewPub Conference and Tradeshow in Chicago, the Brewery was named the best brewpub in the entire Southwest Region. The regional and national awards are sponsored annually by BrewPub Magazine with criteria for the competition based on local awards received, popularity and innovation in brewing. "This is one of the most prestigious awards that a brewpub can win," said the Brewery's managing partner Jim Cowan. "We are thrilled to be considered one of the best brewpubs in the nation."
The restaurant still has the original brick walls and wood floors, which help it retain the warmth and spirit of the days of old. Executive Chef Mark Acheson provides "new prairie" cuisine to the hungry beer drinkers who come through Bricktown night after night to sample their fantastic food and beer. For those who want to stay and play after eating, the brewpub has 13 pool tables, tons of video games, and concerts such as Rick Springfield, who will be playing July 22nd.
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