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Rose Schweikhart has always been obsessed with suds. An early love of music blossomed during her childhood in Morristown, NJ leading to degrees in classical Tuba from Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut, and the Royal Northern College of...more
Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
329 Central Ave, 329 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901-3525
All reviews beer flight root beer potato salad cuban sandwich big pretzel nice selection of beers window counter local craft beers staff was friendly bath house spring water downtown hot springs bathhouse float
What a great concept. We loved having a beer and sitting with the view of people walking down the street. Loved hearing about the history of the place also. Lots of different beers and their Pretzels with dipping sauces were exceptional!!!
This was a fun stop for lunch. The menu had good selections. Both decor and customers added a fun atmosphere to a busy and well refurbished bathhouse. And the beer.......it's made from the mineral water from the springs. And their root beer is supposed to...More
A very clever use of an old bathhouse! The beer is unique and food is great- the dipping sauces for the pretzels are amazing. Our sever seemed to forget about us a couple of times but other than that, I would highly recommend visiting.
This is the best use of a closed bath house I can think of. I enjoyed all four or five of the beers in my flight. It must be the water. I don’t remember exactly which beers I had, but there is quite a variety....More
I thoroughly enjoyed our visit here! We did not have lunch, just a very good pretzel served with three different sauces. I highly recommend the stone ground mustard, it was excellent. The beers were good, some great, but with the atmosphere, the servers knowledge of...More
We enjoyed great food and beer in this restored bathhouse. Service was friendly. My daughter had delicious root beet, my husband had the bratwurst with the best mustard ever, and I had a Cuban sandwich with tasty Greek salad side. I don’t drink beer, except...More
If you want something cool to check off your bucket list, check out this place.
It is the only brewery in a national park and it's inside a converted bathhouse.
We ordered 2 flights, basically trying every beer on the menu. They weren't all amazing,...More