Welcome To Stone's Throw Brewing

Blood, Sweat & Beers

Stone's Throw Brewing is the creation of four guys who met in the local home brew club, the Central Arkansas Fermenters (www.centralarkansasfermenters.com). Theron, Brad, Shawn, and Ian have turned a dusty building in Little Rock's MacArthur Park Historic District into a successful neighborhood nano-brewery with a lot of patience from our loved ones and even more elbow grease. 

Our tap room comes complete with a quaint historic storefront just a stone's throw away (see what we did there) from a vibrant downtown neighborhood, the great green space of MacArthur Park, the Arkansas Arts Center, the bustling River Market entertainment district, the Bowen School of Law, and dozens of cultural attractions. We are open Tuesday-Thursday 4:00-9:00 PM, Friday 4:00-10:00pm, Saturday 12:00-10:00 PM & Sunday 11:00 AM-9:00 PM. Parking information can be found here. Visit this great neighborhood watering hole and let us serve you a glass of our fresh made brew!

About Us

We’re taproom trailblazers and pitcher pioneers who believe in beer worth drinking. We’ve turned a dusty old building in Little Rock’s MacArthur Park Historic District into Arkansas’ newest brewery. This is more than beer. This is craft at its finest.

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Who We Are

Christmas and birthday presents, high school hobbies, and homerun first batches have led us to this point.  Every homebrewer dreams of opening up their own place while enjoying that perfect homemade pint.  We're just living the dream.  We've all won ribbons with our recipes at local and regional competitions; we've all floated kegs of our brews at festivals and tastings.  By going pro, Brad, Ian, Shawn, and Theron are taking their beer snobbery, geekdom, and nerdiness to the next level, and you're the beneficiary!

Stone's Throw isn’t just about geography, it’s about a shared experience and passion between brewers, their community and a beer that will inevitably unite them all.  Craft beer is a movement and must remain fluid. Stone's Throw Brewing is proud to stand on the frontlines of the movement, and to join the swelling ranks of Arkansas brewers.

Thank You to Our Families, Friends & Supporters

Charles "Pop", Lorna, Amy, Larry, Curly, & Moe Tobin • Skip, Wrennita & Chelsea Cash • Libby Harris • Marie McLaurin • Sally Saunders • Eileen & Lonnie Beard • Courtney Barr • Nancy Ferrara along with Philip, Peyton, Jay, Ross, Rob, Bryan, & Matt of Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods • Steven Reynolds of Iberia Bank • Tracy Gibby & Brian Chambers • Fred Wright • Malmstrom-White Co • River City Materials Inc & United States Gypsum Company • Graham Linder at Document Management, Inc. •Nickolaswilliams.com;• Audrey Magnuson • Larry "The Poo" Betz, The Grand Poobah of All Things Kickball • Jodi Cash Sanson • Taylor Tomlin • Daniel Cockrell • Eric Childress

Special Thanks to All Our Kickstarter Backers

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What we Do

We make and serve drinkable, delicious brews that pair well with great food and good company.

Tap Room

Relax in Little Rock's living room! We feature fourteen different Stone’s Throw Brewing beers & ciders. We serve a full menu from SoGo Bistro and bar snacks from Loblolly CreameryIzard ChocolateGeek Eats Hummus & Wicked Mixes.  We also have a variety of board & card games for you to enjoy, and you can watch the game on our 2 big screens!

Join us for happy hour! $1 off pints before 5:00pm Thursday-Friday & 3:00pm Saturday-Sunday. Wednesday is all night happy hour, and Thursday is happy hour if you walk or bike in!

Having a party or holding a meeting? Our taproom & annex are available to rent and we offer beer catering services! Use the contact us form to request details.


Rent Stone's Throw Brewing for your event! Contact us for details.

Tuesdays: $1 of every pint supports a local cause for #HopsAndHope

Wednesdays: All Night Happy Hour

Thursdays at 6:30 pm: #ArkiePubTrivia All Arkansas Quiz

Fridays at 4:00 pm: First pour of our latest brew; new recipe every 1st Friday

Saturdays at 1:00 pm: Free guided tours of the brewery

Saturdays at 4:00 pm: Weekly Randall offering of freshly infused beer.

Thursday February 1, 4:00pm: International Gruit Day Release of Common Gruit Collaboration with Lost Forty Brewing 

Thursday February 1, 6:00pm: Stone’s Throw Night for “The Call” at Arkansas Repertory Theatre 

Thursday February 1, 6:30pm: #ArkiePubTrivia hosted by MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History 

Friday February 2, 4:00pm: #NewBrewFriday World Premier of Cocoa Celebration Chocolate Stout 

Friday February 2, 5:00pm: S’mores & Pours in the Biergarten 

Saturday February 3, 2:00pm: Frost Fest in Fayetteville 

Saturday February 3, 8:30pm: SAS Vol. 2 at Bespoke Media Group 

Tuesday February 6, 6:00pm: Faith & Fermentation 

Wednesday February 7, 6:00pm: Settlers of Catan Night 

Thursday February 8, 6:30pm: #ArkiePubTrivia hosted by Historic Arkansas Museum 

Friday February 9, 4:00pm: #NewBrewFriday Release of Biere de Gras & Anton Baltic Porter 

Saturday February 10, 11:00am: SoMa Mardi Gras Parade and Beard & Mustache Contest at the Bernice Garden 

Saturday February 10, 5:30pm: It Takes a Village Dinner & Auction at St. Edward Catholic Church & School 

Sunday February 11,, 11:00am-3:00pm: Vinyl Brunch with Arkansas Record & CD Exchange and Desiacs Sandwiches 

Tuesday February 13, 5:30pm: Architecture & Design Network Lecture Series at Arkansas Arts Center sponsored by Stone’s Throw Brewing 

Tuesday February 13, 6:00pm: 2nd Tuesday Cribbage Night 

Wednesday February 14, 6:00pm: 2nd Annual Lloyd Dobbler Boombox Standoff Presented by Rock City Thumps 

Thursday February 15, 6:30pm: #ArkiePubTrivia hosted by Arkansas Arts Center 

Friday February 16, 4:00pm: #NewBrewFriday Release of Bruxelles Belgian Blonde 

Tuesday February 20, 6:30pm: Movies at MacArthur Museum sponsored by Stone's Throw Brewing 

Thursday February 22, 6:00pm: Science After Dark at Museum of Discovery 

Thursday February 22, 6:30pm: #ArkiePubTrivia hosted by Arkansongs 

Friday February 23, 4:00pm: #NewBrewFriday Release of Cover Crop Rye IPA   

Friday March 2, 4:00pm #NewBrewFriday World Premiere of MacPark Marzen and Release of Dunbar Wit & Amarillo Warrior Double IPA 

Saturday July 28, 2018: Block on Rock 5th Birthday Bash

Desiacs Sandwiches menu

Desiacs Sandwiches is a food truck concept that blends comfort food with a twist of contemporary flavors. Founded in 2014, Desiacs branded itself as a one of a kind food truck with a variety of menu items fit for every food craving. Vegan & vegetarian friendly. Prices include sales tax.


(Available anytime during taproom business hours)


Fries: Choice of plain, parmesan, BBQ, spicy garlic, taco, or fiesta ranch Small $4 Large $6 

Mozzarella Sticks $6 

5 Pc Wings:  Choice of buffalo, BBQ, parmesan, or raspberry chipotle $8 

Stuffed Cheese Bread: Cheese & side of marinara with choice of 2: ground beef, turkey bacon, chicken, spinach, tomato, onion, brisket, mushrooms $8  


Buffalo Fries: Marinated buffalo chicken breast, turkey bacon, colby jack & buffalo sauce Mini $7, Small $9, Large $11 

Pizza Fries:  Mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, garlic, basil & turkey pepperoni with side of tomato sauce Mini $7, Small $9, Large $11 

Loaded Nachos: Lettuce, tomato, 4 cheeses & BBQ sauce with choice of 2: chicken, shrimp, turkey bacon, ground beef, brisket $11


(served with choice of fries: plain, parmesan, BBQ, spicy garlic, taco, or fiesta ranch) 

The Osiris Black Bean Veggie Burger, Romaine, House Slaw, Pineapple, Onion and DESIACS Hawaiian Ketchup $10 

The NightTrain Black Beans, Tomatoes, Corn, Onions, Spinach, Goat Cheese, Cilantro Lime Sauce on a Pita $9 

The Boaz A Double Cheese Double ¼ pound Burger, Turkey Bacon and Ranch in Between two Grilled Cheese Sandwiches $13  

The Fresh Prince Marinated Chicken or Traditional Ground Beef, Green Peppers, Onions, Garlic, Mozzarella and Your Choice of Spicy Mayo or Ranch on a Hoagie $10 

Shrimp Po’boy Breaded Spicy Shrimp, Lettuce, Tomato and a Homemade Remoulade Sauce on a Hoagie $11 

King Beeph A 1/2 Pound Burger, Triple Cheese, Lettuce, Pickle and Bacon with BBQ Sauce on a Toasted Bun $11 

Spicy Chicken Club Spicy Breaded Chicken Breast, Turkey Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Spicy Mayo on a Buttered Bun $9 


(served all day Sunday; regular menu also available) 

The Legend:  Country fried boneless chicken breast between 2 pumpkin Belgian waffles with sweet & spicy syrup $10 Double chicken $12 

Chicken and Waffles:  3 whole wings seasoned to perfection and 2 cinnamon buttermilk waffles with side of spicy homemade cinnamon maple syrup $11  

Brunchwich:  Your choice of brisket or chicken breast, 2 fried eggs, cheddar & sweet honey mayo on a croissant $11 

Walnut Raisin Pancakes:  2 massive fluffy pancakes stuffed with walnuts, raisins, brown sugar & cream cheese $8 

Treehugger:  Tofu “eggs”, cut potatoes, salsa & cheese in a wrap with side of sour cream & Salsa $7 

Sweet Potato Loaded Fries:  Sweet potato fries covered in walnuts, cranberries, strawberries, caramel, powdered sugar & homemade spicy syrup Small $8 Large $11 

Hash Browns:  Traditional hash browns with your choice of 3 toppings: mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, cheese, chicken, ground beef, turkey bacon $7 

our beers

Listed below are our current beers on tap. This list is constantly changing so make sure to check back.

Seasonal & Limited Releases

Black Hops Cascadian Dark Ale

Black Hops is our interpretation of a newer beer style called Cascadian Dark Ale that originated in the Northwestern United States. It is an American IPA loaded with hop varieties from that region of the country; however, this is not your ordinary AIPA with the grain bill resembling that of an English Porter. The flavor is a balanced citrus-like hop bitterness with noticeable roasted malt and chocolate notes. A nice dry finish with a very present present hoppy aroma. Winter Seasonal. OG 1071, IBU 75, ABV 7.5%

Ripple Effect Rye

Roggenbier is similar to a dunkelweizen but is brewed with rye malt instead of wheat. Ripple effect is no different. It is brewed with rye as more than half the grain bill and then fermented with a classic hefeweizen yeast. This produces the fruity light esters associated with a classic hefeweiss, but with an added spiciness from the rye, almost reminiscent of rye bread. Light in body and alcohol, Ripple Effect is a true session beer that is refreshing round after round. Winter Seasonal. OG 1042, IBU 16 ABV 4%

Dos Cabras Doppelbock

Originally brewed by monks in Munich, this classic style sustained the fathers during their Lenten fasts. Our version is big & malty, carrying on the tradition of “liquid bread.” Despite its high ABV, this full flavored beer is remarkably easy to drink. Have a glass to sustain you through the winter months! Winter Seasonal. OG 1088, IBU 23, ABV 8% 

Pomegranate Petit Jean Pear

Our medium-dry pear cider named in honor of beautiful Petit Jean mountain enjoys a late winter modification with the addition of pomegranate puree! The result is a slightly tart cider with a subtle pink hue. Crush this one after a long day at work or on the biergarten during a random spring-like day. Limited Release. OG 1050, IBU 0, ABV 5%

Cocoa Celebration Chocolate Stout

The dark roasted color & full-bodied flavor of a classic milk stout makes this Valentine’s release a delicious and popular brew! This beer offers a great flavor from the locally roasted cacao nibs but avoids any cloying sweetness that could detract from the experience. The finished product is solid, self-assured & balanced; don't you wish all your relationships were this easy? Special Release. OG 1055, IBU 28, ABV 6%

Anton Baltic Porter

The Baltic Sea was a thoroughfare of trade in the 18th century between mainland Europe, Scandinavia, England, and Russia. The beer that bares its name is likewise a crossroad of flavors and styles. A dark reddish copper color & roasty malt flavor reflect its roots in English Porters, but the sweet flavors & high alcohol come from Russian influences and the finish is clean & dry like a good German lager. Traditionally brewed in cooler climes like Norway, Sweden, Finland, Latvia & Lithuania, Baltic Porter is a perfect pairing for a cold winter day wherever you travel. Anton Baltic Porter is named for an Estonian exchange student who always claimed his home country was the “Bavaria of the Baltic.” Limited Release. OG 1078, IBU 32, ABV 7.5%

Bruxelles Belgian Blonde

Light & clear, this refreshing brew is a trickster. This rich & creamy brew hides its 6.5% ABV well. All the flavor you come to expect from our Belgian-style beers, but as drinkable as they come. The perfect drink for a warm day in Brussels or anywhere else in the world! Limited Release. OG 1066, IBU 22, ABV 6.5%

Bourbon Big Dam Horn

Rock Town barrel-aged version of our 2017 Big Dam Horn O’Plenty Imperial Oktoberfest! A big band deserves a big beer. Introducing "Big Dam Horn O’Plenty." Created in honor of our friends, The Big Dam Horns, this beer is all about making a great night better. This horn-o-plenty is an Imperial Oktoberfest style. Painstakingly brewed with a seemingly endless supply of barley malt that provides a rich, forceful malt profile; yet a smooth finish lets you forget it's hiding 8.5% ABV inside. Truly a Big Dam Beer for a Big Dam Band. Barrel-Aged Release. OG 1083, IBU 20, ABV 8.5%

Common Gruit Collaboration

Common Gruit, a Stone's Throw and Lost Forty collaboration, is a gruit-inspired ale brewed with local Tulsi Holy Basil, malted oats, and a blend of Dunbar and Abbey ale yeast. The Tulsi was grown at Common Roots Cooperative in Little Rock, AR. The aroma of Common Gruit is characterized by complimentary sweet and spicy notes of licorice, lavender, rose, white pepper, and orange blossom. Flavors follow suit and are rounded out by the soft, light, and grainy flavor of oats. The finish is spritzy, dry, and refreshing with minimal Tulsi bitterness. Collaborative Release. OG 1044, IBU 17, ABV 5%

Available Year Round

Shamus Stout 

Shamus is our take on a classic oatmeal stout. Dark color and a creamy head meet the eye. Initial taste greets your mouth with a full body and silky smoothness until the roast malts shine through. Coffee kiln malt adds a hint of coffee flavor which increases drinkability. Shamus is an easy drinking stout for the seasoned aficionado and dark-beer newbie alike. Born on the 4th of July, 2013, this was the first beer ever made at the brewery! Available Year-Round; O.G. 1062, IBU 37, ABV 6%

Amadeus Vienna Lager

Born in Salzburg, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart spent most of his professional career in Vienna. Similarly, the original amber lager was born in Austria but is most famous for its life in Mexico via immigrants in the 1800s. A healthy dose of Vienna malt gives Amadeus a soft, elegant complexity, and Noble hops provide just enough bitterness for balance. Amadeus is refreshingly perfect for a float down the Danube or a climb up Colima alike. Available Year-Round. O.G. 1051, IBU 24, ABV 5%

Common Sense

Common Sense is our particular spin on the California Common, better known as a "steam" beer - an American west coast original style. Before the advent of refrigeration, steam beers were fermented with a lager yeast, but at temperatures more suited for ales, to take advantage of the mild weather found in the San Francisco bay area. Instead of the typical hop profile, we selected Nelson Sauvin to add in a unique hop flavor to compliment this medium-bodied and slightly malty/fruity beer. Available Year Round. O.G. 1054, IBU 40, ABV 5%

Heritage IPA

One style has become the overwhelming symbol of the American craft beer movement: India Pale Ale. Thousands for interpretations have been created of this classic English beer, with adjustments to strength, color, grain varieties, yeast strains making each brew a little different. But the one thing they do have in common is lots of hops! Heritage IPA is brewed in the more hop-forward West Coast tradition. The robust hop bill provides a full hop flavor & aroma with plenty of citrus & fruit notes. Available Year Round. OG 1070, IBU 64, ABV 7.5%

Heritage Pecan Brown

Locally harvested nuts make this brew a great taste of Arkansas culinary heritage! The pecans greet you with their aroma as soon as this beautiful copper colored beer is poured, and the nutty flavor follows through with every sip.  This Brown Ale is great by itself, or in a cocktail at Heritage Grille Steak & Fin like our 13th Ever Nog Off entry Nutty Holidays Nog! Special Release. O.G. 1051, IBU 24, ABV 5% 

Sausagefest Hefeweizen

The Bavarian classic wheat is recreated here with all the elements you love: unfiltered beauty, refreshing flavor, and the distinct hint of banana & cloves. A better companion for Central European cuisine is hard to find; pair it with a schnitzel or the Nuremberger at The Pantry and see what we mean! Available year round. O.G. 1054, IBU 19, ABV 5%

Deadwood Amber Ale

The perfect pint to compliment your bowling game! A beautiful amber color reflects the malty profile of this complex but easy drinking beer. A distinctly citrusy hop bite balances out this beer. The next time you’re at the Professor Bowl, knock down a Deadwood. It’s a strike every time! Available year round. O.G. 1054, IBU 36, ABV 5.5%


See how we transformed our historic building into a brewery. Complete with tap room, walk-in cooler, and production space.


Want to know where to park? What time we're open? Are you interested in serving Stone's Throw beers in your establishment. Or do you just want to say hi? See below.

Brewery Details

We are located at: 402 E 9th St, Little Rock, AR 72202 

Ample street parking (see map) is available within two blocks of the brewery on Rock, Cumberland, 8th & 10th streets. Rock is one-way headed north from 9th street, and Cumberland one-way headed south.  There is also parking available at MacArthur Park a block to the east off 9th street. Please be considerate of our neighbors and do not park in the lot behind the brewery, on Rock St. south of 9th, or in the parking lots across Rock street from the tap room.  

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