This is the beer I want with me if stranded in a blizzard without a heavy coat or blanket.
The revitalization of South Fayetteville is now underway, and Tanglewood can be credited with supplying some of the momentum.
New Belgium Abbey is a outstanding beer. And at less than $9 per six-pack, it provides a huge return on your craft beer dollar.
Hilltop is a fine example of an IPA, with more of an emphasis on malt character than the majority of its category peers.
Octoberfest won’t necessarily blow your mind, but it’s consistently good year-to-year and makes a nice companion on a cool late summer/early fall evening.
Fossil Cove brewer Ben Mills hit it out of the park with this beer, which has potential to become a Fayetteville cult classic.
Hoptimum exemplifies what makes the American brewing scene so special. Anyone who has already made the transition from the fizzy yellow stuff to quality craft beer should really enjoy this one.
It is chock-full of flavor and lends itself nicely to many different types of food pairings, including steaks, burgers, stews, and (of course) pizza.
Tank 7 is a top flight beer that is perfect for hot Arkansas summers. Available in 750mL or 4-pack bottles, it can be found in most area liquor stores that have a craft beer section.