Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'South' started by russpowell, Jan 5, 2020.
Yeah, they got some highly talented new blood in there. Big things coming.
I want to add, I got a taste of RK’s release for this weekend, London Smog (new recipe). It’s very, very good. The coffee and vanilla are subtle, the hops are even handed, and the body is pillowy and thick.
Get this one if you can.
This is the only thing I've read to this effect, seems valid to me though
I love Ivory Bill's Dark English Mild. Had it Fosters Pint and Plate before they closed, and the subtle taste of cocoa, chocolate and mild sweet coffee is sublime. Could be my new favorite if I could obtain it.
If there is a local ale made to be served on cask, this is it.
Read yesterday where Ozark was able to bring back their staff after receiving some funding. Great news here.
They were doing cask offerings on some Friday nights. I believe that was one they led with but did others as well. Hopefully we get back to that soon.
Saw their Facebook post about that today, made me smile
That is great news, if our local craft brewers survive this then that gives me hope for the larger economy in our part of the world.
A small glimmer of light at the end of a very dark tunnel.
Bentonville Brewing's Space Goose Hazy IPA was good enough I picked up a second sixer, don't see that ever in state, up until now
This is all I got, they have canned product in NWA
The wife & I made it to Bentonville Brewing's new location. Very nice! Awesome beer garden. They will have room to seat quite a few even with current restrictions, There is a Gastro Pub on site ( separate entity ) that is basically German Food meets new Southern Cuisine. The Duck Wings were great. They have plans to get more food trucks on site. This place has a well thought out outdoors area to include a dog park area
The food piece is affiliated with the people over at Tusk & Trotter
What’s the consensus on Natural State?
Grabbed the black lager opening weekend and it was so so. Anybody tried them since? I thought about giving them another shot.
Middle of the pack at best, but will give them a few months. I certainly rate them over many Fayetteville brewers to be sure
Down here for the week....any liqour stores in the NWA area with a decent selection of local craft?
where are you staying?
If in Fayetteville, Liquor World. I normally recommend Dickson St Liquors as well, but they won't let you inside store now, so i have F-ing idea what they are selling now
I second Liquor World. Crossover isn’t bad.
macadoodles at exit 73 will have a decent selection as well
Been awhile since I have been in Crossover, I remember it being pretty solid
A couple of Hazy IPA notes. Really liked Bentonville Brewing's Space Goose. I liked Ozark's Little Brother Hazy IPA, did think it was pricey though
Have a little brother in fridge to try. Space Goose was surprisingly good.
Looking forward to trying the Sabro and Barrel Fermented Farmhouse at Ozark.
NP put out a barrel aged brown today
Tried a few sips of Sabro Sunday at the brewery, it was alright, had higher hopes
That Quad is excellent. As well as the Scwartzbier
The Schwartz was good, would gone down easier if it was about 30 degrees cooler outside
Lots going on in AR this week.
Looks like Rebel Kettle in LR did a total rebrand, including some of their recipes.
Couple of new beers at Ozark, a hazy pale and a mango ale.
A barrel aged brown at NP
T-Rex on Peaches from Fossil Cove
Lots of new to try!
Looks like Apple Blossom Brewery is up for sale. Honesty, it had been a while since I’ve been there. Thought I read they are closed, but the internet says otherwise
Their food was always amazing. Hopeful someone else can set up there and create something good.
Had the Ozark Sabro ( got a single can ). It was better canned than draft. Gave it a 4.17 overall. Also picked up some T-Rex On Peaches, good, but $ 6.00 a can? I don't know about that...