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The Fayetteville Ale Trail – Your beer adventure starts in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Welcome to the Fayettevile Ale Trail! The Fayetteville Ale Trail gives visitors and locals alike a glimpse into the unique craft brewery culture of Northwest Arkansas.

Start your adventure at the Fayetteville Visitors Center by getting an Ale Trail Silipint made especially for beer drinkers on the go. Then, collect your passport stamps with any purchase at each brewery location (please refer to each brewery’s hours of operation here–not all of them are open 7 days a week).

Where do I pick up my Fayetteville Ale Trail map and passport?

Pick up the Official Fayettteville Ale Trail passport at participating breweries or the Fayetteville Visitors Center on the Downtown Square. You can also print a copy of just the passport here or fill out this form and we’ll send you one in the mail.

What’s New

  • Core Brewery set to open second pub in Fayetteville

Core Brewery set to open second pub in Fayetteville

  • November 11th, 2016

A new Core pub is set to open in Fayetteville during 2017. This will be the brewery’s second home in Fayetteville, who celebrated the pub’s first year anniversary in October.The new pub will be […]

  • New Province Brewing Company joins the Ale Trail

New Province Brewing Company joins the Ale Trail

  • September 30th, 2016

We are proud to announce that New Province Brewing Company officially is now a member of the Fayetteville Ale Trail. Located at 1301 W Hudson St. in Rogers, New Province Brewing Company is just a short […]

  • Ozark Beer Company plans to move to downtown Rogers

Ozark Beer Company plans to move to downtown Rogers

  • September 30th, 2016

Ozark Beer Co. will soon move into a new home!

Located on 109 N. Arkansas Street in downtown Rogers, officials hope be brewing at the new location just in time for the fall.

For more information […]

Coming to Fayetteville? Plan Your Stay!

Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville is the perfect getaway – with breathtaking scenery, a thriving art scene, and world-class entertainment. From calling the Hogs at a University of Arkansas game, to exploring our award-winning public library, lively Dickson Street entertainment district, historic Downtown Square, approximately 4,000 acres of park land, three beautiful lakes and 40 miles of trails, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

  • Fayetteville was named  No. 3 in “Best Places to Live” -US News & World Report, 2016
  • Fayetteville was included in the “Top 10 Places to Visit in the United States in 2016”  -Lonely, Planet, 2016
  • Fayetteville was ranked among the “Top 12 Cutest Small Towns in America” -The Huffington Post, 2015
  • Fayetteville was ranked among the “Best Food Tours Worth Traveling For” -Flipkey.com (TripAdvisor), 2015

Plan your trip now!