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1. Broken Arrow Brown

Alcohol 7.4% ABV - 38 IBU

Not traditional by any means, this American Strong Ale has a rich robust malty body with aromas of caramel, toffee, and brown sugar. The smooth sweet finish is balanced by subtle but complex hoppiness. Show Less

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2. Rose District Radler

Alcohol 4.8% ABV - N/A IBU

Created for the first time in Munich. This beer is a traditional German Radlermass meaning "Cyclist Liter" or Radler for short. This Radler is infused with natural juices from a fresh squeezed lemon juice soda blend. This makes for a very thirst quenching drink that is somewhat sweet with a citrus palate. Show Less

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3. Hader-Weizen

Alcohol 5.1% ABV - 17 IBU

Bavarian style unfiltered wheat using customary German brewing, with equal parts of pilsner malts and wheat. This makes for a very drinkable beer that has a robust wheat aroma with just the right balance of hops. Show Less

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4. Golden Tiger

Alcohol 5.5% ABV - 21 IBU

Historically made in Cologne region of Germany, this unfiltered top fermented beer is aged much like a lager with cold conditioning. It has a very clean and crisp taste derived from the use of Pilsner malts. Show Less

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5. Clear Creek

Alcohol 7.5% ABV - 22 IBU

Saith Saison, French meaning "Season". A style of farmhouse ale from the Northern regions of France and Belgium. Named in honor of the Saint Benedictine monks that first traveled to Indian Territory in 1875. They returned in 1999 to build their Clear Creek Abbey outside of Hulbert, OK. This is quite carbonated with fruity, floral, and earthy aromas with a hint of spice. Slightly sweet with a golden straw hue. Show Less

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6. Hawaii Hopper IPA

Alcohol 7.1% ABV - N/A IBU

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7. Father Dominic

Alcohol 9% ABV - 23 IBU

In 1875 Father Dominic, a Belgian Monk, would travel to Indian Territory with the Saint Benedictine Monks from France. He would become the first brewmeister in the territory. This Abbey Quad in strict obedience, gives reverence to Father Dominic. His fermented drinks were enjoyed by the local Native Americans and many of the early boomers. This is a dark Belgian style Quad that is beautifully complex with hints of molasses, prairie fruits, and Belgian Candi. It is a heavenly smooth and delightful elixir that is dangerously drinkable Show Less

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8. Mount Saint Melons

Alcohol 4.8% ABV - N/A IBU

Using a very old European technique of brewing, this kettle sour is in French wine barrels from the Burgundy region, denoting its refinement to a champagne quality that is slightly acidic and effervescent. The finish is a notable bouquet of oak, melon, Broken Arrow Blueberries and Black Berries. Show Less

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9. Day Drinker

Alcohol 4.5% ABV - N/A IBU

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10. Beermosa

Alcohol 5.5% ABV - N/A IBU

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12. Powerhouse Porter

Alcohol 8.3% ABV - N/A IBU

Delivering the full power of toffee and chocolate with subtle hints of toasted raisin bread. The thick malty body is lead by an assertive hop bitterness. Show Less

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