We recently spent time in Springdale, checking in with its two breweries and one cidery. Here is a quick update on how each is faring in 2021.
Here are a few updates from across the beer scene, starting with an apology and a correction of the record.
Arkansas breweries are putting more of their beers into cans and sending them to the broader retail market.
It has been a while since a beermaker set up shop in Fayetteville. If all goes well, that will change next month.
There are a number of beer-related events in Northwest Arkansas to look forward to over the next several days. Here are three to consider:
The annual scholarship program honors Brig Caldwell, a longtime employee of the Rogers Public School System who died last month after a brief battle with cancer.
Hawk Moth’s concept for their new foeder is to brew an oak-aged stout year-round.
2018 was a busy year in Arkansas beer. New breweries opened, existing breweries expanded, and the state’s brewers made some outstanding beers along the way.
Beer drinkers in Arkansas will soon have a few more out-of-state options to choose from.
Ozark Beer Co. is joining Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and over one thousand breweries to brew Resilience Butte County Proud IPA.
With fresh perspectives in the brewhouse, change is afoot at Core. Ron Schmidt and Rodrigo Medina are embracing the opportunity, and hope to take the brand to the next level.
Arkansas breweries produced more than 39,000 barrels of beer in 2017, a 37 percent increase over 2016.
Most people in Northwest Arkansas missed the change that occurred at Foster’s Pint & Plate last fall
A net increase of more than 800 breweries pushed the total count above 6,000 for the first time in recorded history.
The last several years have seen an influx of craft beer bars, breweries, and restaurants that cater to more discerning palates in Hot Springs.