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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Ozark Brewing Co. coming to take over Samantha's taps

Posted By on Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 12:24 PM

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One of Arkansas' finest breweries is a bit of a mystery to a lot of us here in Central Arkansas. The name is Ozark Beer Co., and they're out of Rogers. Remember that, because as this brewery grows, I expect that they will do some incredible things. Well, let me modify that statement — they'll continue to do the incredible things they're already doing, just bigger.

The brewery's Pale Ale was named as one of the 18 best Southern craft beers by Southern Living, and after picking up a six-pack the last time I was in Fayetteville I can't dispute that one bit. It's a fantastic brew.

Want to try it? Well, the closest I've seen it on tap is Conway. That is, until this Saturday starting at 4 p.m., when OBC will be bringing that pale along with a Golden Belgian to Samantha's Taproom and Wood Grill on Main Street. But here's the thing: they're only bringing two kegs to test the Little Rock market. So how fast can you float a keg, y'all?

If you like great beer, get down to Main Street on Saturday. You'll get to drink something that's normally scarce in these parts — plus the food at Samantha's ain't too sha

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