We strongly support our active duty and veteran communities, and to that end we offer a 10 percent discount to any active or former service members. We also offer a 10 percent discount to members of the American Homebrewer Association, and of course our local home brew clubs, FLOPS and OZ.
To claim your discount online, simply type in the discount codes Military, AHA, FLOPS or OZ, depending on who you are. The discount will be applied at checkout.
On behalf of my wife, Gretchen, and our son, Chase, I invite you to drop by the store, or shop online. We would be honored to help you with all of your home brewing and home wine making needs.
We strive to offer an extensive line of the freshest quality ingredients, equipment, and educational resources for beer, wine, mead, cider and cheese making products to the home enthusiast in Northwest Arkansas and online. Like you, I’m a home brewer. I’ve pursued the hobby for more than 20 years and have been making meads and wines for nearly that long. I love to cook and admit that I approach the hobby from a culinary point of view. Our philosophy and one of our guiding principles is the idea that this a food store first, and a hardware store second. It’s all about the ingredients: the freshest hops, grains, yeasts and of course a great selection of wine kits. We carry locally produced honey and other ingredients as they are available. I’ll keep you posted. I believe strongly in a farm to table approach and as far as it is possible and practicable, I’ll do my best to bring local products to the shop and to promote and support the NWA brewing community at every turn.
Best Wishes, Steve
Here's our one year anniversary video.
Here's a video tour of the shop when it first opened. Seems like a lifetime ago, but our first day was Saturday, November 26, 2016. Since then, I've added lots of new products and the store is better stocked and organized. Drop by and check it out.
Chase and I enjoying a freshly minted Moscato.
Gretchen and Chase working the booth at Frost Fest in February. Yes, it was cold!
My early influences were Schlitz and shotguns. (I still kind of like Schlitz.)