Core Brewing & Distilling Co. has been on fire since it opened in 2012. In the last 12 months alone it has seen 900 percent growth, which is enough to make the founder’s head spin.
Here’s a list of recommended tailgating beers from the breweries of Northwest Arkansas.
There is a lot going on with the local beer culture right now. Three new breweries, relaxed regulations on growler sales, and a continuous stream of fresh and tasty beer.
A lot of IPA reviews use the word “balanced.” It’s an overused term. But in the case of Two Hearted Ale it’s absolutely spot-on.
Each tour includes stops at three different breweries and includes a flight of beer at each location.
If you’re headed to a holiday party and would like to tote along a beer that represents your patriotism and tasteful sensibilities, the choice is clear.
A group of regional beer writers and social media enthusiasts enjoyed a whirlwind trip down the Fayetteville Ale Trail last weekend.
Imagine walking out of your favorite liquor or grocery store with a half gallon of your favorite beer poured and packaged fresh from the tap.
There are a lot of great summer seasonals available right now, but most of them are lagers, blondes, and wheats. For a full-flavored ale that won’t overpower, try Arrowhead Pale Ale.
The brewery’s proximity to the Fayetteville trail system should bring in thirsty bikers and runners by the droves.
Ozark Beer Company’s Pale Ale will be available in cans at the brewery beginning on Friday, May 23 Courtesy The long holiday weekend is upon us, and our local brewers have been busy stockpiling delicious craft beer for our enjoyment. All area breweries report normal operating hours through the weekend, with the exception of Fossil
So if you are in the Windy City and have a taste for craft beer, spend some time reading up on how you can best experience a great beer town. I promise that it’s time well spent.
Founders’ low-alcohol session IPA is a great summer beer trend
While other area brewers have grown faster and further in distribution reach, the slow and steady progress of Fossil Cove is exactly how owner Ben Mills wants his company to grow.
Fayetteville’s local homebrew club helped pave the way for what has become a thriving craft beer scene in northwest Arkansas.