Cold drinks 

Adult beverage will be flowing at the Heritage Hog Roast, courtesy of Golden Eagle of Arkansas and Moon Distributors. On tap are some delicious brews from Schlafly Beer, wines from Sean Minor winery and Island Squeeze frozen cocktails in several tropical-type flavors. Schlafly's Pale Ale and Summer Lager (both great session beers for warm-weather) will be available all day, and later on there'll likely be some others available. We're told there might even be some of Schlafly's 21st anniversary Single Malt Scottish Ale available for sampling (yes, samples y'all — this stuff's a burly 10.2 percent ABV). Otherwise, beers will be poured at a respectable 16 ounces. All drinks are $5 each. There'll be soft drinks and water available for purchase as well.

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