About Eddyline Brewery
Eddyline opened in May 2009 over the CKS Paddlefest weekend with the goal of serving exceptionally drinkable beers suited for any outdoor adventure whether just a quick play session in the river, celebrating a tough 14’er, mountain biking any of the epic single track, or just kicking back on the deck overlooking the beautiful Arkansas valley.
In September 2011, Eddyline opened its production brewery and started canning their CrankYanker IPA. Eddyline chose cans over bottles due to their much smaller environmental impact, better ability to preserve the quality of the beer, and suitability to be enjoyed in an outdoor environment. Over the next 3 years, Eddyline saw a significant increase in production and sales. In 2013, they ran out of production capacity and set out on its largest expansion yet.
In 2014, many exciting events have happened! Long time manager, Brian England purchased the Eddyline Restaurant at the South Main and Ryan McFadden set off on his own adventure opening Spoon It Up off Main Street. Plus, Eddyline Brewery started a $3 million expansion. Most recently, Brian England was appointed as CEO of all Eddyline operations. Eddyline is well on their way to becoming an industry leader. Stay tuned for more exciting endeavors!
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