Despite the influx of big names over the past few years, there are still several breweries on beer enthusiasts’ wish lists.
Andy Coates continues to influence what has been called the most sacred pub in Arkansas.
The event features brew from a host of breweries around the region, live music, vendors, artists, food trucks, and more.
Based on the response from Northwest Arkansas beer drinkers thus far, there’s a lot to love about New England IPAs.
Bentonville Brewing Co. has reached several important milestones over the last few months, and has earned a fair amount of street cred in the process.
The campaign is a bit silly and somewhat far-fetched — but it has people talking. And that is exactly what it was intended to do.
Once the brewery is open it will sport a two-barrel system and feature small-batch production in a small taproom environment.
A new book by Fayetteville Flyer beer columnist Brian Sorensen tells the story of Arkansas breweries, and the recent craft beer explosion that has occurred in The Natural State.
Thirsty locals will soon have yet another option when choosing a regionally-produced canned beer.
Since 2012, the number of craft breweries in the state has increased by 160 percent, while the United States as a whole has only seen a 116 percent increase, according to the Brewers Association.
There’s a lot of brewery news coming out of our neighboring county to the north these days. So, let’s visit our last line of defense from Missouri for a quick update.
Even with clear priorities for the business the guys at Apple Blossom are always looking for the right set of circumstances to grow.
The event is free and open to the public, and will include samples of the competition beers as well as other ales and lagers created by local homebrewers.
The Arkansas beer industry is on a roll these days, and increasingly Core Brewing Co. is grabbing attention from outside the state’s borders.
The beer will be a New England IPA, a style that’s quickly rising in popularity across the country.