Julie Sill, Jason McConnell and Kari Larson
Julie Sill reopened the brewery formerly known as the Ozark Brewing Co. in November, 2004 and named it Hog Haus Brewing Company (pronounced house). Our talented chefs have created a fresh, new menu, with something for everyone's dining preferences.

The brewing is ongoing. Hog Haus Brewing Company has a complete bar with domestic and imported beer on tap as well. The Hog Haus sells its own beer-to-go in Growlers (1/2 gallon jars), which is the only place in Fayetteville that sells beer-to-go on Sundays.


Extensive renovations were made to the 11,000 square foot, 10-year building.The Hog Haus has been refurbished literally from top to bottom with a new roof and new hardwood floors, and it's gorgeous.

Hog Haus Brewing Co., Fayetteville, AR
Post and Beam Interior

The brewery is visible from both floors.New taps and beer lines have been upgraded to provide colder beer. Even a bathroom was added upstairs. "If all goes as planned, we will be adding on a second story outdoor beer garden in the future," says Sill.

As co-owners of the popular eight-year old Common Grounds on Dickson Street, Larson and Sill are not newcomers to the restaurant business and implement their management and service skills at the Hog Haus Brewing Company. And yes, they run both restaurants.

"This facility is a landmark and is the only operating brewery in the Northwest Arkansas area. It has a fantastic location at the corner of Dickson and West Streets. The architecture is beautiful inside and out. The brewery itself is top notch and it sports two full kitchens. All that combined with talented chefs, brewmaster, I feel it brings something great to the area," says Juli Sill.

Hog Haus Brewing Company | 430 W. Dickson Street in Fayetteville, AR | 479-521-2739 (BREW)
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