The Fayetteville Ale Trail has expanded to include four new locations.
The self-guided tour of craft breweries across Northwest Arkansas now features 15 stops, including one cidery.
The new additions include Crisis Brewing Company and JBGB (Fayetteville), Ivory Bill Brewing (Siloam Springs) and Hawk Moth Brewery (Rogers).
The ale trail was first launched in 2013 by Experience Fayetteville in an effort to encourage residents and visitors to check out each of the locally-owned breweries in and around town.
Those interested can start by picking up an ale trail passport at the Visitors Center on the downtown square or at any of the featured breweries. Passports are stamped at each stop, and once complete, can be mailed or turned in to Experience Fayetteville at 21 S. Block Ave. for a souvenir.
The ale trail also recently unveiled a new website and logo.
“We are excited about the Ale Trail’s new design and the updated website” said Molly Rawn, executive director of Experience Fayetteville. “The site is more visually appealing and easy to navigate, and it now includes beautiful photos from each of the Ale Trail locations. We think visitors and locals alike will love the new look – almost as much as they love the beer.”
For more information, visit fayettevillealetrail.com.
Fayetteville Ale Trail
Apple Blossom Brewing Co. – Fayetteville
Bentonville Brewing Co. – Rogers
Bike Rack Brewing Co. – Bentonville
Black Apple Crossing (cidery) – Springdale
Columbus House Brewery – Fayetteville
Core Public Houses – Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville
Crisis Brewing Company – Fayetteville
Fossil Cove Brewing – Fayetteville
Hawk Moth Brewery – Rogers
Ivory Bill Brewing – Siloam Springs
JJ’s Beer Garden & Brewery (JBGB) – Fayetteville
New Province Brewing – Rogers
Ozark Beer Co. – Rogers
Saddlebock Brewery – Springdale
West Mountain Brewing – Fayetteville