Ivory Bill Brewing Co. Opens and Extends Ale Trail

The Fayetteville Ale Trail is excited to extend the self-guided brewery tour with the newest addition, Ivory Bill Brewing Co. Located in the heart of downtown Siloam Springs, Ivory Bill opened its doors in mid-September and became the 15th stop on the Ale Trail. Owners, Casey Letellier and Dorothy Hall, started Ivory Bill, “to bring good beer to the city...

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Hawk Moth Brewery swoops into the Fayetteville Ale Trail scene

Hawk Moth is a new brewery and beer parlor nestled in historic downtown Rogers. The beer parlor is dim and cozy with industrial décor, great culture and the brews offer a modern twist on craft old-world beer styles. Hawk Moth brewers focus on barrel aging and blends which create a variety of sessional small batch and seasonal offerings. With sought...

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Jennifer Muckerman – JBGB Brewmaster

JJ’s Beer Garden and Brewing Company, commonly known as JBGB, offers a unique experience of good food, live music, fun games and good beer that will make you want to stick around all night long. Brewmaster and director of brewing operations, Jennifer Muckerman and her head brewer, Andrew Porter, specialize in sessionable beers, or beer that is low in alcohol...

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Crisis Brewing Company joins the Fayetteville Ale Trail

The newest Fayetteville-based brewery on the Ale Trail is Crisis Brewing Company. This small-scale brewery adds a “little” flair to the ale trail with its tiny pub space, hyperlocal brews and perfect patio. Located just south of the downtown square, this small brewery is tucked into a corner lot at the end of College Ave. Crisis encourages a chill hang-out...

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