If you wanna drink on the range, then the Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery is your best bet.
Reasonable prices, cowboy themes, and their own beer. Plus, when it's your birthday, you get to ride on a wood horse and wear a cowboy hat, pardner. The Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery also has an al fresco dining option for summer (patio dining). Fresh cooked bread, live musicians, and half price Wednesday apps.
Breweries near Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery in Southampton, MA
- Abandoned Building Brewery
- Amherst Brewing Company (The Hangar)
- Brew Practitioners
- Building 8 Brewing
- Fort Hill Brewery
- Lefty's Brewing
- Northampton Brewery
The Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery does not resemble any of the Boston breweries in overall aesthetic.
If you were thinking of adding a pin to your New England Brewery Map, then stopping at Opa Opa in Southampton would make sense. If you're going to hit up a bordering state for breweries, it's about a half hour ride to Connecticut breweries, 45 minutes to New Hampshire breweries and Vermont breweries, about an hour and a half to New York breweries and Rhode Island breweries, and 2.5 hours or so to Maine breweries. In short, it's a long ways from Cape Cod.
Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery Beer
It would be cool if you could get a puppers beer at Opa Opa. But alas, they don't brew it. The Red Rock is a fairly good shower beer, while the King Oak could easily be your next breakfast beer. Afterward, you might even suffer from a case of Cenosillicaphobia. Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass, in case you didn't know.
- A10 Wort Hog
- Blueberry Lager
- Coconut Porter
- King Oak Milk Stout
- Red Rock Amber Ale
- Watermelon Ale
Opa Opa's King Oak Milk Stout is a great beer for beer batter. It's also their best beer for grilling brats. Opa Opa did not have any non-alcoholic beer available.
Talk about keeping to the theme. You can order off the Chuck Wagon. They have Cowboy Combos. There is a Hen House, and a Fishing Hole. Also, they offer Opa-Tizers. We see what you did there.
And there are burgers. Burgers with bacon. And any good burger with bacon needs to be cooked with a cast iron bacon press, that's for sure. A bacon press is a subtly smooth craft beer lover gift, as bacon and beer go together like Starsky & Hutch.