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Get tickets for the Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival

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CHEERS!: From last year's Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • CHEERS!: From last year's Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival.
If you like sampling a wide variety of delicious craft brews, you'll want to jump on getting your ticket for the Second Annual Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival. It'll be held Friday, Nov. 1 on the Argenta Farmers Market Grounds in North Little Rock. Tickets sold out last year, and, with 60 percent more brewers participating, we're sure to sell out again. 

UPDATE: Here's the list of participating brewers: Abita, Anchor, Bayou Teche, Boulevard, Breckenridge, Cathedral Square, Charleville, Choc, Core, Crown Valley, Dark Hills, Diamond Bear, Dogtowne Brewing, Evil Twin, Finch’s, Flyway, Fort Collins, Fossil Cove, Goose Island, Green Flash, Hermitage, Laughing Dog, Lazy Magnolia, Marshall, Medocino, Mustang, New Belgium, New Planet, North Coast, O’Fallon, Ommegang, Ozark Beer Company, Piney River, Prairie Artisan Ales, Redhook, Refined Ale, Saddlebock, Samuel Adams, Shiner, Shipyard, Shocktop, Sierra Nevada, Stevens Point, Stillwater Artisanal Ales, Stone’s Throw, Tallgrass, The Saint Louis Brewery, Tommyknocker, Vino’s, Widmer Brothers.

In keeping with the bigger and better theme, this year we'll have complimentary food from Argenta Market, Cafe Bossa Nova, Cornerstone, Cregeen's, Crush, The Fold, Reno's and Whole Hog.

Bonnie Montgomery and The Good Time Ramblers will provide entertainment.

Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door (if they last).

Proceeds benefit the Argenta Arts District.

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