Drink

Much like the rest of the country, Little Rock isn’t exactly a tea city. For centuries, coffee has been preferred to tea, going back all the way to the Revolutionary War and a certain tea party in Boston Harbor. In the minds of the colonists, tea became representative of Great …




Flyway Brewing has a busy week ahead with a couple of events and some old favorites back on tap. On Wednesday, it’s the Flyway for the Birds beer dinner with Audubon Arkansas, featuring five dishes with wild bird meat on the menu. Each of the five courses is paired with …




Community Bakery has been a neighborhood staple of south Main street long before SoMa was even a thing, it opened up on Main in 1952 after spending the first couple of years in Rose City. They produce fantastic bread used by restaurants all over the city, delicious pastries and cakes …




This week’s big beer event is the quarterly tap takeover from the Arkansas Brewers Guild at Stone’s Throw’s new Stifft Station taproom. Every three months, the guild brings beer from brewers all over Arkansas to one brewery to promote the state’s beer scene and allow people to try some brews …




There is a certain charm about breweries outside of the major metropolitan areas of the state. It feels like a boozy pilgrimage to go visit places like Prestonrose, Gravity BrewWorks, Slate Rock, and others that exist in little pockets of the state. It is an adventure that the breweries in …




I’ve visited a number of event venues in the Little Rock area, many offering a secluded, rustic retreat for your event. That seems to always be code for a long drive out of the city. Rusty Tractor Vineyards and their event space Sunset Lodge is a quick 15 minutes from …




The beer party in East Village this weekend was impressive, and now both breweries are continuing with big releases this week. It starts today with Lost Forty Brewing, which held its annual Festival of Darkness Nighty Night release party on Saturday. Today’s Freshcut Monday is a double release of Nighty …




East Village is the epicenter of the Little Rock beer scene this weekend with two huge events happening at the same time just two blocks away from each other. Lost Forty’s Festival of Darkness and Nighty Night 2019 release party kicks off Saturday at 5 p.m. More than two dozen …




Not only is the Big Orange Midtown bar one of the flagship bars in the city, but they also do a great job at adding creative components to every drink menu. In the past they have had science experiments, tiki parties complete with table-side ukelele serenades, premium cocktail lineups, and …




After making a few appearances at beer festivals around the state this year, StudDuck Beers is open for business in Lonsdale. StudDuck is now the fourth brewery operating in Garland County. Owners Brad Bassett and Jerry Luckett have been working on the concept for a couple of years, and their …




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