How We Brew

Bentonville, AR Craft Beer Brewery

Saddlebock Beers How We Brew

At Saddlebock, we love beer as much as you do. And that love translates into finely crafted, traditional beers, made with natural ingredients, and brewed in small batches.

Our brewing process starts with a sophisticated, multi-stage water filtration system to eliminate off flavors and chemical notes. All of our beers are brewed with premium quality grains and hops, many of which are imported from Germany. Our brewing system was designed to maintain precise temperature control throughout the brewing and fermentation process to ensure optimal flavor development.

Key components of our brewhouse were sourced locally, from a custom fabricator in Springfield, Missouri. Our brewery is process-capable to brew a complete range of beers, from single infusion to decoction specialty beers. We are committed to producing quality beer, and have an on-site lab to monitor the health of our yeast strains and ensure that all aspects of our beers meet exacting quality standards.

And, unlike many of the big breweries, we don’t rush the fermentation process. We know – as brewers have always known – that you can’t rush great flavor. So we let our beers ferment until they achieve the multi-dimensional flavor and complex flavor notes you expect from a fine craft beer.

If you’d like to learn more about our beers and our brewing process, come out to the brewery to talk to Steve, our brewer, take a brewery tour, and taste our great beers in the tasting room. Tours are $5.00 and include a FREE PINT GLASS and are offered every Saturday and Sunday at 3:00 pm. Like Saddlebock Brewery on Facebook for the latest news and up to date tasting room hours and tour schedules.

Saddlebock Brewery
16600 Saddlebock Lane
(formerly 18244 Haberton Rd)
Springdale, AR 72764
Phone: 479.419.9969
Email: [email protected]

Brewery Hours

Monday          11:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday          11:00pm - 9:00pm
Wednesday    11:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday       11:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday              11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday        11:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday            11:00am - 9:00pm

Saddlebock Brewery

Stop by for a fine CRAFT BEER and fantastic food! Located on a 30 acre farm just 5 minutes from Springdale and Fayetteville. HAPPY HOUR Monday through Thursday 3 - 5
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Saddlebock Brewery4 days ago
How can we follow up such a great weekend at Saddlebock?
Thank you for your support! Why is the atmosphere so different just 7 minutes out of town? I’m seeing posts from other eating establishments that I also enjoy myself which depicts angry customers and other issues dealing with restrictions..... maybe it’s just easier at Saddlebock because we have choices for everyone? Eat inside with plenty of room for your group or outside under a covered deck or by the lake?
In any case thank you for all your patience and understanding!
Saddlebock will now start opening at noon for lunch! Corn hole is set up outside of you want to play.
See you soon. CHEERS!
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Saddlebock Brewery5 days ago
Saddlebock Will be open for lunch starting at noon today

Don’t forget it’s Monday and you can get that growler filled for as little as $4.20
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Saddlebock Brewery6 days ago
Saddlebock is giving away growlers! River growlers are perfect for this weekend on the water..... free with a fill
Or grab one of our few remaining full gallon growlers also free with a fill.
Brewery and kitchen open at 2 pm today. Stop by, kid friendly.
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Saddlebock Brewery1 week ago
Dine in or out at Saddlebock
Craft beer - Cider - Wine.
Cheese curds, burgers, wings and more! Open now until 9 pm. Kitchen closes at 8
Reservations help us plan for your best experience possible.
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Saddlebock Brewery2 weeks ago
It’s Monday, discounted growler fills today! Most beers are just $4.20 for a half gallon.
We have inside seating or you can enjoy the view outside. We're open until at least 9pm tonight.
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Saddlebock Brewery2 weeks ago
Justin Parcell you will be missed. Remembering how you would ride your bike here to work everyday even in rain or snow. RIP