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Superior Brewery hosts Evil Twin Brewing 'Tap Takeover' weekend

Posted By on Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 4:13 PM

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Superior Bathhouse Brewery and Distillery
on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs announced today that they will turn over their taps the weekend of Oct. 10-12 for a special event by Evil Twin Brewing of Denmark and Brooklyn.

For three days — and three days only — 10 different Evil Twin beers will be on tap, with the Superior kitchen offering a special menu of items best paired with flights of Evil Twin beers. Ratebeer.com seems to like Evil Twin brews quite a bit, and — like many craft brewers — they seem to have a hell of a sense of humor. A little Soft Dookie Burning Asshole Edition, anyone?  

Evil Twin is a little unique because the company has no actual home brewery. Instead, founder Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø is a so-called "gypsy brewer" who creates unique beer recipes, then hands them over to other small breweries for the mass production. A former schoolteacher who parlayed his love of home brewing into a beer-geek success story, he's definitely living the dream. Check out this great little interview with him in The Village Voice. 

During the Evil Twin Tap Takeover of Superior Brewery, two reserved seatings will be offered at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m each night. Designated drivers will be offered unlimited craft root beer, and the Arlington is offering a special room rate — the "Tap Takeover Special" — of $80 per night.  

For more information on the event, call (501)624-2337 or visit www.superiorbathhouse.com. For the special room rate at the Arlington, call the hotel and ask for the "Superior Bathhouse Brewery Rate." 

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