Our Tap house standard beers:
City Slicker Amber Ale
5.4% ABV 20 IBU
Well balanced ale, neither too hoppy nor too sweet. Flavors worth noting are caramel, nutty, biscuit, and hint of raisin. Water profile has been custom tailored to enhance maltiness.
6.3% ABV 25 IBU
Robust, woody, with notes of chocolate and a hint of honey. Dark roasted barley is used in this recipe to compliment a classic hop profile. Flaked oats is added for mouth-feel.
Homewrecker India Pale Ale
7.5% ABV 80 IBU
A beer for the hop lover’s. With Citra dominating aromas and a great head retention, this brew is sure to please. We wanted to keep some of the sweet honey flavors and not dry it out completely like the norm. The hop taste comes on the front end and leaves you with a crisp, clean finish.
West Fork Witbier
5.2% ABV 15 IBU
This beer was brewed with orange peel and coriander to compliment and enhance its refreshing wheat foundation. The appearance is golden and hazy, classic of the variety. It’s refreshing, light flavor makes it a great option for those who claim to not like beer.
5.1% ABV 35 IBU
Northwest Arkansas Pale Ale. This pale ale is classic to its style, in recipe and appearance. More on the dry side, but with a hint of sweetness, the traditional brew was dry hopped to enhance the aroma. You’re welcome!
Seasonal and Limited Releases:
Salted Cherry Sour
4.2% ABV 8 IBU
This beer was brewed with all of our favorite things about summer in mind; warm weather, fruity and fresh flavors, and crisp, cold beverages. The Salted Cherry Sour is our own take on a gose and our first (of hopefully many) sour brews. The slight saltiness combined with the sweetness from tart cherries helps make this 4.2% ABV sour very sessionable.
Rugburn Double IPA
10.2% ABV 100 IBU
Amarillo hops, the start of the show, lend a distinct orange marmalade character to this beer. Clocking in at 10.2% ABV and boasting 100 IBUs, this is not a beer to take lightly. Knee pads recommended.
Roundabout Chocolate Milk Stout
6.3% ABV 23 IBU
The Roundabout Stout's story began in Hot Springs, AR, where long time friends and fellow brewers, Michael and Davis, developed the recipe for this tasty chocolate, milk stout. Knowing that they were on to something, they entered their brew in the Hot Springs Brew Fest, where -lo and behold- it took Best in Show!
Knowing that a beer this good has to shared, the creators agreed to brew it on a larger scale with us here at Bentonville Brewing Company! This lovely dark beer is brewed with milk sugar to add a smoothness and body and then fermented with Uganda cocoa nibs locally sourced from our friends at Hello Cocoa in Fayetteville.