Brewpub in Broken Bow, OK

Mountain Fork Brewery

85 North Lukfata Trail Road, Broken Bow, OK 74728
https://www.mountainforkbrewery.com
(580) 494-3233

Near the Arkansas border. Their water comes from the eponymously named Mountain Fork river. The Mountain Fork Barrel Aged MFB is a solid bourbon barrel aged stout. Fun brewpub with pizzas, salads, apps, sandwiches, and burgers. Surprisingly not the only brewery in Broken Bow.

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