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Huebert started buying different pieces of equipment in 1998, and stored them on a farm in western Oklahoma until he located a building that met the regulatory requirements for the brewery. In 2001, he bought a 6,500 sq. ft. building located in the Capital Hill area and started assembling the equipment he had stored.
One of the first obstacles faced by Huebert were the laws that dated back to the days of prohibition and had not been updated since. Huebert and Kathleen Wilcoxson, state senator, authored a bill that later became a law eliminating or lowering certain fees and taxes for Oklahoma breweries. This law also allowed breweries to sell to liquor wholesalers and the general public. Once the new law was enacted, it opened the door for not only Huebert to start his brewery, but also other brew-pub businesses.
Huebert recently purchased and installed a new bottling line. The new line applies labels front and back, fastens the neck ring and cap at up to 150 bottles per minute. Huebert is very particular about the ingredients he uses in making his beers – buying Hops from Washington and Oregon, barley from Canada, North and South Dakota, and high quality mid-western corn. Huebert’s beers can be found in many liquor stores across Oklahoma.
The Huebert Brewing Company is the oldest licensed microbrewery in Oklahoma. We have a love for the World's many great beer styles, and handcraft each of our recipes using only the finest hops, premium malts, and purest yeast strains. When you grab a handcrafted beer from Huebert Brewing Co. you can rest assured you are getting a wonderful beverage.