Hitchcock Spring Kolsch - A German Style Ale brewed with specialty yeast from this style's namesake city, Cologne.  Superior Pilsner malt creates a light bodied beer and Perle hops lend a faint grassy aroma to our very first beer.  The Hitchcock Spring is the spring closest to our brewery. 

Hitchcock Spring Kolsch - A German Style Ale brewed with specialty yeast from this style's namesake city, Cologne.  Superior Pilsner malt creates a light bodied beer and Perle hops lend a faint grassy aroma to our very first beer.  The Hitchcock Spring is the spring closest to our brewery. 

Chaudfontaine Houblon - A Belgian-style Imperial IPA or if you prefer, a hopped Tripel.  Our Bagstone yeast (urportedly from the Orval brewery in Belgium) creates fruit and spice characteristics underneath an explosion of Chinook hops

Chaudfontaine Houblon - A Belgian-style Imperial IPA or if you prefer, a hopped Tripel.  Our Bagstone yeast (urportedly from the Orval brewery in Belgium) creates fruit and spice characteristics underneath an explosion of Chinook hops

Killer Irish Red - Our interpretation of a St. Patrick's Day classic.  Killer Irish Red features a fruity nose and a touch of sweetness courtesy of an authentic Dubliner Yeast, Irish Biscuit Malts for a hint of toasted bread, and Fuggle Hops from the UK lend a grassy finish.

Killer Irish Red - Our interpretation of a St. Patrick's Day classic.  Killer Irish Red features a fruity nose and a touch of sweetness courtesy of an authentic Dubliner Yeast, Irish Biscuit Malts for a hint of toasted bread, and Fuggle Hops from the UK lend a grassy finish.

Foul Play Stout - Playful, complex, and beautiful.  British chocolate and black malts provide the color while oatmeal and roasted malts provide a creamy mouth-feel and coffee-like flavor.  

Foul Play Stout - Playful, complex, and beautiful.  British chocolate and black malts provide the color while oatmeal and roasted malts provide a creamy mouth-feel and coffee-like flavor.  

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 Music in Manchester, England. During her year living and travelling abroad, Rose fell in love with the beers of Germany, England, and Belgium. Home brewing experimentations were early attempts to recreate those traditional beer styles. In 2011, Rose moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas with an impossibly big dream: to brew beer commercially using the city’s famous 144 degree spring water. She formed a company and began the arduous two year negotiation to lease a historic former-bathhouse in the heart of Hot Springs National Park from the federal government.  Construction began in late spring of 2013 and today, the Superior Bathhouse is home to the only brewery in a US National Park and the only brewery in the world to utilize thermal spring water in their beer. Rose considers beer to be a creative process. Like the varied timbers and dynamics one can coax from a tuba, grains, hops, and yeast offer an endless creative pallet, and create she does. Rose and the Superior Bathhouse brewing team crank out a constant stream of new beer from the original to the outlandish. If you ever find yourself in Arkansas, please stop by the Superior and experience #HotSpringsOnTap for yourself!

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 Music in Manchester, England. During her year living and travelling abroad, Rose fell in love with the beers of Germany, England, and Belgium. Home brewing experimentations were early attempts to recreate those traditional beer styles.

In 2011, Rose moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas with an impossibly big dream: to brew beer commercially using the city’s famous 144 degree spring water. She formed a company and began the arduous two year negotiation to lease a historic former-bathhouse in the heart of Hot Springs National Park from the federal government.  Construction began in late spring of 2013 and today, the Superior Bathhouse is home to the only brewery in a US National Park and the only brewery in the world to utilize thermal spring water in their beer. Rose considers beer to be a creative process. Like the varied timbers and dynamics one can coax from a tuba, grains, hops, and yeast offer an endless creative pallet, and create she does. Rose and the Superior Bathhouse brewing team crank out a constant stream of new beer from the original to the outlandish. If you ever find yourself in Arkansas, please stop by the Superior and experience #HotSpringsOnTap for yourself!