Core Brewing Co. Closing Several NWA Pubs, Reopening Tap Room

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Core Brewing Co. is closing four pub locations across Northwest Arkansas, but is reopening its Brewery Tap Room.

Core, a local craft beer brewing company, announced on its website the closure of the pubs.

The Fayetteville pub on Mall Avenue, the Rogers pub at Pinnacle and the Downtown Bentonville pub will all close on Feb. 28. The Downtown Springdale pub on Emma Avenue will close March 31, according to the announcement.

“Our experiences at these locations have been challenging, but nothing short of incredibly rewarding as well,” the announcement states. “It truly has been an honor to become intertwined into the fabric of these communities, and we hope that we were able to provide you with enjoyable experiences. We certainly have memories that will last a lifetime.”

The company will return to its roots, according to the announcement.

“We miss being able to showcase our home to you, so effective April 5, we will restore our Brewery Tap Room to newfound glory,” the announcement states.

The Brewery Tap Room is located on Randall Wobbe Lane in Springdale. 

Other Core pub locations will remain open, including the Fayetteville Pub on Mission, the Fort Smith pub, the Little Rock pub and the Hot Springs pub.

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