Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Watch a documentary about craft beer in Arkansas

Posted By on Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 11:54 AM

click image Jesse Core, owner of Core Brewing Co.
  • Jesse Core, owner of Core Brewing Co.

"Tapping the Ozarks," a new film by University of Arkansas students Danny Henkel and Alyssa Becker, focuses on NWA beer culture and the rise of microbreweries in the region, highlighting companies like Home Brewery, Fossil Cove, Core, Saddlebock, and West Mountain. The film's official premiere was last month at Fossil Cove, but the filmmakers put it online for free last night

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