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28 Springs

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2 Ratings
Ratings: 2
Reviews: 2
rAvg: 4.21
pDev: 1.66%
Taps: 16
Bottles: 70
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

100 E University St
Siloam Springs, Arkansas, 72761-2756
United States
phone: (479) 524-2828

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(Place added by: ARaces23 on 09-29-2012)
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Photo of FlunkyMinnow
4.14/5  rDev -1.7%

I went to 28 Springs last year with my parent. Food, service, all that jazz was good, but the big shocker was the selection of Gueuzes in this small town in Arkansas. Girardin Black Label, Hanssens and Oud Beersel were all available. I was blown away with this family outing

FlunkyMinnow, Jun 18, 2013
Photo of TheBishopco
4.28/5  rDev +1.7%

This is a wonderful haven in an otherwise dry county. This new establishment is not only one of two bars in town, but it is a fantastic one at that. The bar manager Casey is a wonderful guy and really know his stuff as far as beer goes. He is also really involved with the local homebrewers club and is just a great guy in general. The other bar staff are similarly great guys, though not as knowledgeable about beer, are also passionate about drinks and continuing to learn and improve their craft. Their bourbon based cocktails are also a specialty they excel in!

They have about 12? or more taps, half or so of which are a regular line up of Scrimshaw Pils, SNPA, Boulevard Wheat and other popular and easy drinkers. The others are seasonal/rotator, and one tap is reserved for the homebrewers club. Not that it is homebrew on tap, but the club gets to vote on which keg they bring in and tap. Last time it was Ommegang Art of Darkness. The bottle selection is also large and offers just about everything that can be found in the region. The only BMC offered is regular Budweiser, everything else is craft. Big plus in my book.

I have very mixed feelings about the food. While it is quite good, it is also rather expensive if not overpriced. Burgers and sandwiches are all a flat $8 with a side of chips. Fries are an extra $2.50 just because they throw some spices and parmesan cheese on them!!! Totally not worth it IM(not so)HO. Other entrées start at about $12, and are normally very good.

Given that 28 Springs sits in the middle of a dry county, it is the best option around. But even beyond that, I would say it is one of the better places in the region. Worth a visit if you are in the area.

TheBishopco, Oct 05, 2012
28 Springs in Siloam Springs, AR
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.