A new brewery opened in east Fayetteville last week. Very few people knew about it because there was no announcement beforehand. It was a sneaky move in an industry known to be more hyped than hushed.
This Saturday will see the opening of Mad Rooster Beer Co., the southernmost brewery in Northwest Arkansas.
A professor at the University of Arkansas is working to understand if rice can play a bigger role in beer-making, and is exploring how the grain can improve the quality and acceptance of non-alcoholic alternatives.
North Tunnel Brewing & Supply recently moved inside the taproom at Boston Mountain Brewing.
2022 has shaped up to be a great year in Arkansas beer. And if the sizable and enthusiastic crowd on hand for Saturday’s tap takeover is any indication, we can expect 2023 to be even better.
Researchers have been exploring the viability of certain hop varieties and the feasibility of supplying the Arkansas brewing industry with homegrown hops.
It’s been a while since we last took a spin around the local beer scene. Here are a few updates of interest for fans of Arkansas-made beer.
The Gagnons have been doing much of the brewery buildout themselves while juggling domestic duties. Their second child turns 1 year old this month.
GOAT Lab Brewery in Lowell now has a new 10-barrel system installed and producing beer.
Puritan’s brewery is a small operation with limited capacity. The latest batches of brews will make their debut on July 8.
In its 10 years of existence, Fossil Cove has become a vital part of the Fayetteville experience.
Here are some recent notes from the Arkansas beer scene.
Arkansas Craft Beer Week runs through March 12, culminating with a special pint day to benefit the Arkansas Brewers Guild. It’s the third year that Gov. Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week in an effort to spotlight the state’s growing craft beer industry.
2021 was a good year for Arkansas beer.
Fossil Cove Brewing Co. recently partnered with a local homebrew club to brew a special batch of beer with a very special guest.