Media Contact

Hazel Hernandez
Hazel HernandezMarketing Project Manager, Fayetteville Visitors Bureau
For media inquiries, photos or more information about the Fayetteville Ale Trail and its participants, contact
Hazel Hernandez at (479) 521-5776 or  

Ale Trail By the Numbers

Brief History
Three years in to the program, the Fayetteville Ale Trail has garnered national media attention and a boom in culinary tourism in the area. The Fayetteville Ale Trail program is designed and administered by the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau. The Fayetteville Ale Trail currently features 11 stops: Apple Blossom Brewing Co., Core Brewing and Distilling Co., Columbus House Brewery, Fossil Cove Brewing Co., Ozark Beer Company, Saddlebock Brewery, West Mountain Brewing Co., Bike Rack Brewing Co., Bentonville Brewing Co., New Province Brewing Co. and Black Apple Crossing Cidery
  • More than 30,000 passports printed since program launch in September 2013
  • 2,000 passports given out in first two weeks
  • 10,000 passports given out in first eight months
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In the News

The 101 Best Beers in America (April 2016)

Shining Example Award for Best Niche Marketing
Southeast Tourism Society (September 2015)

Arkansas’ Other Trails: Fayetteville Ale Trail (August 2014)

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Cheers! New brewery Added to Fayetteville Ale Trail (June 2014)

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Fayetteville Visitors Bureau Expands Fayetteville Ale Trail (June 2014)

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Fayetteville Ale Trail Features Seven Breweries (August 2013)

Fayetteville Launching First Organized Ale Trail in State (August 2013)

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