The folks in Rogers know how to enjoy their craft beer and have plenty of places to grab local, regional and national brews. If you’re looking for a pub to enjoy great beer, an excellent patio to order a pint, or a large tap list to choose from, Rogers is undeniably your craft beer hot spot.
Don’t miss the award-winning Ozark Beer Company, located downtown in a historic building. OBC is king of craft beer, not just in Rogers but throughout Arkansas, where it’s sold on tap and in cans. But don’t miss a visit to its tasting room, open seven days a week, with vintage wood picnic tables inside, good music, and a large, long bar. In addition to its five mainstays: Onyx Coffee Stout, Cream Stout, Belgian Style Golden Strong, India Pale Ale and American Pale Ale, you can also order the changing small batch beers and wine.
One of the newest breweries in town is Natural State Beer Company (NSBC). Located in Village on the Creeks just off I-49 right off the Razorback Regional Greenway. NSBC sits on the lake with a great view from the patio. There are 8 core beers on the menu that will always be available with 3 seasonal beers rotating. Check out the flights of 6 or 8 beers offering a wide variety of flavors and colors.
New Province Brewing Company owners believe brewing is a delicate blend of art and science and the process is as important as the pour. New pilot batch beers can be found on tap every week along with its signature beers. In addition to its brews, New Province is known for its fun open space with pool tables, TVs and trivia night.
At Bentonville Brewing Company enjoy beers in the taproom of this production craft micro-brewery that seeks to transform typical light-lager beer drinkers and non-beer drinkers into craft beer enthusiasts.
JJ’s Live and Core Brewing and Distillery produce their own craft beers at locations in Fayetteville, respectively. You can also sip their suds in Rogers at JJ’s Grill.
At Uptown Kitchen + Taphouse, formerly Growler USA, the beer taps are complemented by a full-service kitchen, which is a good thing since there are 104 taps on the wall. They serve local and regional craft beers, draught wines and hard ciders, as well as non-alcoholic, handcrafted root beer.