This year’s Oktoberfest will feature craft brews from several Arkansas breweries, including several partners of the Fayetteville Ale Trail. Live music will be performed by Lost John and White Mansion.
Admission is $10, which includes entry along with a commemorative sampling glass, two sampling tokens and access to the beer, art vendors, food trucks, a kid zone and other activities. (Don’t worry, additional sampling tokens will be available for onsite for $3.) Tickets for designated drivers and those under 21 will be available at the gate the day of Oktoberfest.
Participating Ale Trail breweries include: Apple Blossom Brewing Company, Bentonville Brewing Company, Fossil Cove Brewing Co. and New Province Brewing Co.
Experience Fayetteville launched the Fayetteville Ale Trail – Arkansas’ first craft beer tasting adventure featuring only local breweries – in 2013. This self-guided craft beer tour gives visitors and locals alike a glimpse into the unique craft brewery culture of Northwest Arkansas. Participants can pick up a passport at participating locations, and then collect stamps at each brewery location. Since its inception, the Ale Trail has garnered national media attention and a helped spawn a boom in culinary tourism in the area.