Why Visit Northwest Arkansas? Take a beer tour
The future of the supply chain — scheduled for May 9-10 in northwest Arkansas at the Rogers Convention Center — will be FreightWaves’ first live event since the pandemic began. In addition to two days of keynote speakers, fireside chats, live demonstrations, networking opportunities and other fun activities on the schedule, there are plenty of other reasons to make the trip to the northwest. from Arkansas.
Over the next two months, we’ll be highlighting some of the tourist attractions that await visitors to the Ozarks, starting with…
Reason #1: Take a beer tour
Craft beer enthusiasts will delight in Rogers’ burgeoning brewing scene. From innovative microbreweries to flavor-focused taverns to restaurants offering an array of their own brews, take your pick of delicious beverages in Northwest Arkansas.
Ozark Beer Co.
A downtown Rogers staple in a repurposed warehouse that regularly hosts a food truck as well as other events.
Eureka Springs Brewery
A craft brewery set on five acres of pine trees that overlooks a beautiful valley.
Cozy, small-scale brasserie nestled among the trees in a little nook at the end of College Avenue in Fayetteville. Crisis is named “affectionate” after the founder’s midlife crisis, during which he discovered his love for beer making over years of experimenting with home brewing.
Hawk Moth Brewery and Beer Lounge
Small brewery in downtown Rogers that makes old style beers with an American twist.
Ivory Bill Brewing Co.
Located in a former 1930’s Pontiac dealership in the downtown area of Siloam Springs. Using ancient barley and non-proprietary hops, IBBC brews 100% open-fermented beers on a vintage British brewing system.
Moonbroch Brewing Co.
Located in downtown Rogers, this brewery has 48 taps. Serving Irish cuisine, this pub has three levels with pool tables, table football and board games.
Natural State Beer Co.
Natural State craft beer with simple ingredients, using only malt, hops, water and yeast, as required by the German Purity Law (Reinheitsgebot). Their handcrafted creations are served exclusively at the bar, which includes a bar created from a storm-damaged tree at the University of Arkansas.
New Province Brewing Co.
Located just north of downtown Rogers, this brewery and tavern offers 8 beers on tap and regularly hosts a food truck on site.
Brewing Co. Bike Rack
After a day on the trails, nothing better than a cold beer, which led to the opening of this brewery. Now in three locations in northwest Arkansas.
Bentonville Brewing Co.
Located in Bentonville in a brand new state-of-the-art facility, this brewery has 24 taps in the tasting room. Coming out of the kitchen you will find German style pub food as well as a variety of food trucks on site.
Housed in an old barn, this brewery offers more than 20 draft beers and regularly hosts local musicians. Bring your kayak to launch straight into the White River.
Hard black apple cider
Arkansas’ first cider house produces hard cider without added sulfites or preservatives.
Columbus House Brewery
Run by natives of Northwest Arkansas, this intimate bar features a variety of standing and rotating taps.
Fossil Cove Brewing Co.
Named after a fossil-laden cove in Beaver Lake, this tasting room offers 12 rotating taps as well as cider and wine. Wicked Wood Fired Pizza serves delicious creations on the terrace.
West Mountain Brewing Co.
The oldest craft brewery in the area has a variety of great beers that pair well with the Tiny Tim’s pizza next door.
Core Brewing Co.
This brewery offers eight permanent beers with limited time beers released throughout the year and beer only released at the bar.
Register today for the Future of Supply Chain #FOSC22
Leading supply chain voices will travel to Rogers, Arkansas, May 9-10.
*Limited time pricing available.