Arkansas, also referred to as the "Natural State," has a population of almost 3 million. The Natural State gets its nickname from the abundance of lakes, rivers, mountains, and naturally laid back attitude of the people. Over 40% of the state's population is divided into two areas, Central Arkansas and Northwest Arkansas. 


Central Arkansas is home to the capital city, Little Rock, and is surrounded by a thriving suburban population. Central Arkansas is home to more than 9 universities and colleges. 


Northwest Arkansas is known throughout the state as the home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and home of the major retail giant Wal-mart. This area is nestled in the Boston Mountains and continues to experience strong residential growth year after year. It was recently ranked among America's top areas to live.


The people of Arkansas have long been consumers of finer quality and crafted products, many of which come from our local economies. As the craft beer movement makes it way into the state, we believe Arkansans have started to demand the higher quality, better crafted, beverages that they can find in many other parts of the country.