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Blue Canoe Brewing Company, perhaps Little Rock’s most ambitious brewery, is the latest in the area to join the canning scene. The small brewery is starting with its flagship 4×4 Pale Ale in a limited canning release for the first month before distributing its cans to select liquor stores in …




By now, pretty much every brewery in town has at least one seasonal beer that its fans wait to get their hands on every year. Lost Forty has Nighty Night, Rebel Kettle has Summer Jam, Bubba Brews has Southern Rok, and so on. For Flyway Brewing, that limited edition brew …




The last 5-10 years have seen a surge in popularity for barrel-aging beers. Breweries take some of their standard recipes and let the beer rest in barrels that previously aged wine or spirits for months or even years at a time. The resulting brew takes on the flavors of the …




Around here we write about the local craft beer scene all the time. But I always thought it would be fun to be a little more active. I’ve had this idea for a while to do a series of beer collaborations with different breweries around the city. We would come …




This came in late last night after our Monday beer roundup, the long anticipated release of the Rebel Kettle and Mother’s Brewing collaboration beer is set for tomorrow at Flying Saucer. The beer is called Hipster Banana, and is a New England style IPA brewed kettle soured with paw paw …




Flyway Brewing is expanding its canned beer lineup this December with the addition of Free Range Brown Ale in cans. Flyway owner Jess McMullen tells me the first cases will be ready to sell around the first week of December. For McMullen, this canning is a celebration of the beer …




If you enjoy beer, you likely know about Mother’s Brewing. Their impressive selection made its way to Central Arkansas years ago and can be found everywhere from beer centric Flying Saucer to By The Glass wine bar. As a Springfield native, Mother’s Little Helper was my first intro into the …




What’s better than one quality brew? Two quality brews. That’s the kind of thinking that will keep our local beer scene propelling forward – good, quality beer, and an ample amount of people willing to try it. Luckily for local beer lovers, there are quite a few people in and …




Pop open a canned cold one and tell me your mouth doesn’t water. There’s just something about the sound that takes that long anticipated, first sip to the next level. We’ve watched as local breweries have rolled out their offerings in cans – making it easier to take that enjoyable …




What’s your title and where are you from, originally? I was born and raised here in Little Rock, and officially, I am the Head Brewer for Damgoode. When and how did you first get into brewing beer? My first interaction with brewing was with Boscos Restaurant and Brewing Co. Back …




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