F5

A straightforward malt body supports the distinctive bouquet of Columbus and Falconer’s Flight hops that impart citrus, grapefruit and pine notes characteristic of the West Coast style. F5 is a belligerent hop reckoning.

Spare Rib

Big on late-hopped flavor, easy on bitterness, our American Pale Ale has a heaping portion of Columbus and Citra hops added after it leaves the brewhouse. Share this refreshing gas station beer with your nearest companion.

Saturday Siren

Inspired by weekly siren tests, Saturday Siren is a crisp and refreshing pilsner built for sunny days. Dry hop additions of Idaho 007 and Comet bring new world flavor to this old world style. The lake, the pool and the grill are calling, so pack the cooler and get outside.

DNR

This Belgian-style dark ale is the culmination of central and western European malts, Noble hops, candy sugar and a traditional Trappist yeast. Notes of dried fruit, cinnamon and vanilla make DNR a very complex experience to be enjoyed in moderation.

Horny Toad

Crisp and clean, Horny Toad is a premium blonde ale with a hint of Noble hop bitterness to balance the two-row and pilsner malt body. This refreshing libation is a great introduction to craft beer and COOP Ale Works.

Native Amber

Native Amber is an audacious blend of hops and malt. Caramel and biscuit notes carry the Cascade and Cluster hop additions through to an enjoyably round finish. The malt complexity proves rich and the dry–hopped character is invigorating.

Elevator Wheat

A unique spin on a classic style, this spicy wheat ale starts with a blend of Maris Otter, white wheat and a hint of rye. With a late addition of Cascade hops, the beer is fermented on German wheat yeast. Notes of clove and banana can be found along with noticeable spice from the rye.

Gran Sport Porter

Gran Sport is a robust porter marked by its finesse and distinct malt backbone. Aromatic notes of chocolate and roasted coffee compliment the full–bodied mouthfeel derived from a healthy addition of oat flakes. Dark. Roasty. Malty. Splendid.

Alpha Hive

This Double IPA is infused with a fierce American hop profile and a delicate, bee-crafted orange blossom honey from Northern California. A sting of dankness, floral notes and many a compelling nuance make this spring seasonal delicious. This is no time to buzz off.

Fly Me Away

In the golden age of jet travel, Oklahomans traveled Northeast in glamorous style. Inspired by our state’s colorful aviation history and featuring fruity, juicy hop flavors, this IPA is as hazy as the cabin of a 1960s jetliner. Secure your own beer first before sharing with others.

Oktoberfest

Taking a step away from our namesake, once a year we craft a lager worthy of extra days in the cellar. The COOP Oktoberfest combines Munich malt, Bavarian hops and a traditional German yeast, and calls for the celebration of fall’s arrival. It’s time to find a tent, fill your stein, prost, yodel and polka!

Bourbon Barrel with Chocolate

Our DNR Cask-It Series perpetuates the cult following of an already popular beer by aging it in a variety of barrels. DNR’s sophistication is taken to a new height as it soaks up unique identities of the barrels and creates nuanced flavors and aromas. We hope you enjoy these limited transformations and that you look forward to the experience of each original iteration.

Brandy Barrel with Cherries

Our DNR Cask-It Series perpetuates the cult following of an already popular beer by aging it in a variety of barrels. DNR’s sophistication is taken to a new height as it soaks up unique identities of the barrels and creates nuanced flavors and aromas. We hope you enjoy these limited transformations and that you look forward to the experience of each original iteration.

Rye Barrel Aged

Our DNR Cask-It Series perpetuates the cult following of an already popular beer by aging it in a variety of barrels. DNR’s sophistication is taken to a new height as it soaks up unique identities of the barrels and creates nuanced flavors and aromas. We hope you enjoy these limited transformations and that you look forward to the experience of each original iteration.

Tequila Barrel Aged

Our DNR Cask-It Series perpetuates the cult following of an already popular beer by aging it in a variety of barrels. DNR’s sophistication is taken to a new height as it soaks up unique identities of the barrels and creates nuanced flavors and aromas. We hope you enjoy these limited transformations and that you look forward to the experience of each original iteration.

Rum Barrel Aged

Our DNR Cask-It Series perpetuates the cult following of an already popular beer by aging it in a variety of barrels. DNR’s sophistication is taken to a new height as it soaks up unique identities of the barrels and creates nuanced flavors and aromas. We hope you enjoy these limited transformations and that you look forward to the experience of each original iteration.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

Our Territorial Reserve Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout begins with a wagon full of eight different grains, resulting in a starting gravity of 28° P. It’s then aged for 13 months in bourbon barrels before blending to create a spirit-forward experience. Savor accordingly.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Rye Wine Ale

Our Rye Wine Ale begins with several extended days in the brewhouse. Following fermentation, the ale is aged in barrels for more than a year. This big, malt-forward beer is well worth the wait. The nose is filled with oak and caramel, leading to a superb mouth feel and intense, warming notes of toffee and toasted coconut. This beer has much to offer the taste buds now, but will surely age quite well.

Barrel Aged Wild Wheat Wine Honey Ale

Our Wild Wheat Wine Honey Ale has floral and rustic flavors that begin with a generous foundation of pilsner and wheat malts. Local clover honey, two wild yeast strains, and 14 months in red wine and bourbon barrels give this distinctive honey ale an earthy backdrop, with notes of sweet tropical fruit and rich tartness. Savor accordingly.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Barley Wine Ale

Our Barley Wine is a pursuit of this particular beer style in the English tradition. This malt-forward brew is crafted with copious amounts of Maris Otter, and accented with toasted malts. After fermentation, it’s aged in oak barrels where souring bacteria and yeast are introduced. The result is a delicious blend of rich malt character and noticeable tartness.

Id No. 1

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

The first in this series is a brett ale with persimmons aged in Chardonnay barrels.

Id No. 2

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

Our Peach Berliner Weisse has been a staff and fan favorite over the years, so the Id series was the perfect opportunity for us to release a larger batch. This fruity, tart ale is perfect for a day by the pool or at the lake.

Id No. 3

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

This pale ale features fresh Centennial hops from Cornerstone Ranches in Yakima Valley, Washington.

Id No. 4

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

Designed as an homage to the farmhouse ales of Belgian’s past, this oak aged sour beer is a blend of two barrel ecosystems, resulting in a balance of sour and funk. Dry-hopped with Kent Golding and Mittelfruh, this oak aged sour farmhouse ale features notes of hay, green tea and citrus.

Id No. 5

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

This Brut India Pale Ale is hopped with Mosaic, Citra, Idaho 7 and Hallertau Blanc. An enzyme is added during fermentation to further process starches and create a dry, brut-like effect. This is some bubbly for the beer lover, perfect for toasting your special occasions.

Id No. 6

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

Id No. 6 is one for a good cause in collaboration with Sierra Nevada Brewing. This Centennial and Cascade India Pale Ale was made in support of those impacted by the Camp Fire in Butte County in late 2018. Craft breweries around the country took part in this collaboration fundraising project, and 100% of all sales of this beer were donated to the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund. Thanks to our community, we were able to raise more than $6,000 for those impacted by these wild fires.

Id No. 7

One of Sigmund Freud’s three divisions of the psyche is the id, which represents the instinctual drives of the psychic apparatus. The Id series reflects our brewery’s needs, wants, desires and impulses. Each release is the actualization of styles, ingredients, techniques and flavors sparked by our present state of mind. These beers are intended to be limited, one-time releases, and tomorrow’s spontaneity will be our impetus.

This brown ale was aged and soured in brandy barrels for 18 months with an Oklahoma native wild yeast, then fermented further in bottles, adding more depth and complexity. With notes of fig and dates, backed by toffee, chocolate and light leathery funk, this barrel aged sour brown ale will continue to evolve as it ages.