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Bricktown Brewery Introduces New Twisted Comfort Foods New menu items launch on May 29th

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. May, 29th 2018 - Bricktown Brewery is, once again, adding new Twisted Comfort Foods to their menu. “We want to give our guests new menu items that have been developed with a ‘twist’ on traditional favorites. The new Twisted Comfort Foods add new choices and options to our everyday menu offerings and are, of course, great with any of our craft beer selections” said Bricktown Brewery President Buck Warfield.

The new Twisted Comfort Foods menu items are:

Bricktown Brewery Avocado Fries

Bacon Mushroom Burger

Bricktown Double Burger with Watonga Cheese Curds

Extreme Bacon, Tomato and Avocado Grilled Cheese Sandwich w/Tomato Soup

Green Chile and Chicken Mac & Cheese

Bricktown Strawberry Salad with Grilled Chicken


 

Bricktown Brewery Updates Menu with New Twisted Comfort Foods

New items added to the menu.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - February 12 - Bricktown Brewery is announcing their new Twisted Comfort Foods menu. “Our guests have let us know they enjoy our Twisted Comfort Foods,” said Bricktown Brewery President Buck Warfield. “We want to make sure our menu and our craft beer selections are always giving our guests something that will surprise them and exceed their expectations.” “I believe we’ve created some greatmenu items for our newest Twisted Comfort Foods line-up.”

The new Twisted Comfort Foods are: 

Apple & Bacon Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup : Apple slices and bacon with American, Pepper Jack, Cheddar, Swiss and Pecorino Romano melted on grilled bread. San Marzano tomato soup topped with pretzel croutons. $9.50

Bricktown Chopped Salad : Crispy greens, pepperoni and ham slices, red pepper, sliced pepperoncini, artichoke hearts, Roma tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, black olives and Pecorino Romano tossed in brown derby vinaigrette. $11.00

Chicken Fried Turkey Sandwich : Chicken-fried turkey breast atop a layer of mashed potatoes, maple black pepper gravy, cranberry apple chutney and mayo all served on a French roll. Served with choice of side. $11.25

Roasted Pork Loin : Roasted pork loin slices topped with onion strings and served with mashed potatoes, cranberry apple chutney and green beans. $12.00

BBQ Pork Mac & Cheese : Macaroni with queso blanco and Cholula sour cream sauce with shredded pork and BBQ sauce. Topped with Pico de Gallo. $10.25

 

Bricktown Brewery has three restaurants in the Oklahoma City area, including restaurants in Bricktown, Shawnee and Remington Park with a fourth under construction in Edmond with a projected opening of late February. For more information, visit bricktownbrewery.com and like us Facebook at BricktownBreweryOKC, BricktownBreweryRP, BricktownBrewery2ndStreet and BricktownBreweryShawnee.

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Bricktown Brewery

Opened in 1992 when downtown OKC, according to its website, was “little more than tumbleweeds and cattle.” These days, the state’s first craft brewery is sandwiched between dozens of bars and restaurants, but the granddaddy of the neighborhood still holds its own. Its crisp King Kolsch was the perfect antidote to a 100-degree July day. It also claims to go against the hipster grain (excuse the pun) as the only brewery in North America with two beardless brewers.

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What the Ale: Bricktown Brewery celebrates 25 years in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City brewery celebrates 25 years of craft beers

Oklahoma has had numerous breweries in its history, but only one in recent history can say it has been around for 25 years.

Bricktown Brewery is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month.

Bricktown Brewery’s original location is in the Bricktown District in Oklahoma City at 1 N. Oklahoma Ave. Three locations are in the Tulsa area — 3301 S. Peoria Ave., 9409 E. 71st St. and 11909 E. 96th St. North in Owasso.

Bricktown uses a different business model than other breweries in the state. It makes beer at 4 percent alcohol by volume and delivers it to various locations. This cuts out the broker and the distributor in Oklahoma’s four-tier alcohol system. It has worked well for the brewery, which continues to grow with 12 locations in Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Texas.

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