Yes, you can get a degree in beer! Tim Herdklotz, co-owner of Booneshine Brewing Company, Inc. in Boone, NC says their brewery works with the Appalachian State University Fermentation Sciences Program to help make their Craft Beer even better. Hear more now and stay tuned for the FULL interview coming soon!
It’s called the Gravity BrewWorks and it’s located at 11512 Highway 14 East in Big Flat, Arkansas. The address, however, can be a bit deceiving. This nano-brewery in north central Arkansas is WAY off the beaten path.
Unless you have a natural sense of direction, locating this brewery & tasting room can be a bit of a challenge for city-dwellers and travelers alike. It’s over 2-hours from both Springfield and Little Rock; it’s more than 3-hours from Tulsa and Memphis. In fact, the brewery is so used to visitors getting lost along the way that they added their GPS coordinates to their website: GPS: 36 degrees 0′ 29.32″N 92 degrees 22′ 44.91″W
When you’re on a long road trip, it’s a good idea to map out the filling stations. It’s often easy to find a place to fill up the car, but if you happen to be passing through a great craft beer area you should also know where the best beer stations are located. If you’re in Dallas, Texas, you should stop by the Craft & Growler Beer Filling Station located at 3601 Parry Avenue and see what the North Texas Craft Beer scene is all about.