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Lost Forty Brewing takes its name from the historic, storied forest that stands on 40 acres of Arkansas's last truly virgin soil in Calhoun County. We aim to craft beers as unwavering, wild, and uniquely Arkansas as the the land itself. Lost Forty, both the forest and the brewery, is part tall tale, a little bit of hearsay, a lot of history, a few facts, a big cast of characters and completely Arkansas. Every Monday we tap into a new beer. Join us for new beers on 'FreshCut Monday,' Burgers on BackBar Burger Tuesdays, FREE Brewhouse tours at 1:00pm and 2:00pm on Saturday, and for our Beer Brunch every Sunday form 10:30am - 3:00pm. Cheers!
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Great source of local beer and great food. I enjoy the ribs, brisket and the locally sourced ingredients especially the spent grain bread you can get on any sandwich or as a mini loaf with butter. This is also a great place to start your...More
We are from out of town and enjoy trying local beer. We tried several and loved them all. Food was also very good. The service was amazing. My only regret is I'll probably never get back!
PS, the ipa's were amazing!
First time visiting Little Rock, Arkansas. Every time I'd ask for anow opinion of a brewery, Lost Forty was always the first to come up.
I was not disappointed! Their beer selection consisted of a handful.of IPAs, with some other stouts, lagers and a Honey...More
My husband and I went on a date to lost forty, the atmosphere was great, I loved being able to see out into the brewery while eating. The tables are family style which allows you to meet other people but can be frustrating when people...More
Response from Innohurry | Reviewed this property |
I’m sorry I don’t know. I would check though because they were very accommodating when we asked for a tour on a non tour day. The restaurant is a good size. If they don’t have a private room they could probably reserve space
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