Black Apple

We made an exception adding this non-brewery to the Fayetteville Ale Trail, but we think you’ll understand why! Black Apple, the first cidery in Arkansas, was established in a rustic yet upscale building in downtown Springdale. Since opening, the masters behind the lineup of hard ciders have gone on to win several awards for their out-of-the-box creations! These “cider scientists” continue to experiment, utilizing ingredients like Arkansas peaches, Ozark apples, and local farm-fresh blackberries to push the boundaries of hard cider. Taste the innovative and magical flavors in the original Black Apple taproom or at their second location, known as Tree House.

Original Taproom – 321 E Emma Ave., Springdale
Tree House Location – 310 S Main St., Bentonville
Springdale: 479-751-0337
Bentonville: 479-553-7353
Cider Director: Trey Holt
Food Available:
Yes, Taqueria Don Guero next door at Emma Ave.
Tree House is walking distance from the Bentonville Square, Peddler’s Pub, the Fire Truck, Trash Creamery and the Hub!

Tours Available: Contact to schedule a tour
Cidery Hours:
Taproom (Emma Avenue): Mon-Thu: 4
-10pm, Fri-Sat: 10-11pm, Sun: 12-8pm
Tree House (Main Street): Sun-Thu: 4-10pm, Fri-Sat: 2pm-10pm