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Craft Beer Arkansas - Cheers to Fayetteville!

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Every state seems to have a community leading the emergence of craft beer culture and for our great state of Arkansas, Fayetteville wears the crown - from its array of local breweries like Columbus House Brewery, Apple Blossom Brewing Co. and Fossil Cove Brewing Co., to the long standing 'The Home Brewery' store which just celebrated 20yrs to the 'Fayetteville Ale Trail' promotion created by the cities visitors bureau to the dedicated brewery tours hoping from brewery to brewery in a hip VW bus to the variety of festivals like todays 'Frost Fest' to the nationally recognized craft brewing authorities who call NWA home and podcast their knowledge for others to learn - Fayetteville is the hub for the booming craft beer scene in our state.

 

So CHEERS to Fayetteville and all those involved for being an inspiration in the emergence of great craft beer in the state of Arkansas!

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A tip of the stein to our northern neighbors for their brewing uniqueness ... not only is Springdale home to Core Brewing Co. (largest production brewery in the state of Arkansas) which continues to expand at an unbelievable rate, Saddlebock Brewery with its unique farm setting on the White River and European style beers (love their Hefeweizen), Springdale is also home of the relatively new Black Apple Crossing (only Cidery in the Natural State) which I tried for the first time last week.  

 

If you haven't tried Black Apple Crossing's hard apple ciders, your in for a treat - their ciders make for a nice divergence from traditional style beer. What a great addition to our states craft brewing scene ...

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Crisis Brewing Co. is now open in Fayetteville ... located kinda at the corner of Archibald Yell Boulevard and South College Avenue (share a parking lot with Penguin Eds).  Gonna swing by this evening and give it a try.

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Fossil Cove Brewing Co. is moving their brewing operations around the corner into a larger facility on West Popular Street.  The new building is 7,500 sq ft and sounds like they will keep their current 3,500 sq ft building for continued use as a taproom.

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