I stopped in at Hop Nuts Brewing in Las Vegas, Nevada. I really enjoyed this spot. Unlike many Las Vegas breweries, where you still get the vibe with slot machines, etc. this felt more like a brewery atmosphere. Chill. Their Passion Fruit Sour was really tasty. Crisp. Fresh. Light. I loved it and enjoyed relaxing and drinking it and taking in the experience in this little brewery escape from Las Vegas.
I stopped in at Banger Brewing in Las Vegas, Nevada for a quick beer. The Hop Bang Boom IPA was really good. This beer is rather hoppy. It’s a treat just to smell it. This beer alone was well worth the trip, however, there’s quite a long list of brews on tap. Certainly there’s something for every beer lover’s palate.
I stopped in at Big Dog’s Brewing Company Draft House in Las Vegas, Nevada for dinner and a beer. The bratwurst was great and the Dirty Dog IPA was really good. It’s a great spot to stop in for good bar food and good craft beer.
When in Sin City (Las Vegas) what do you do? Stop in at Sin City Brewing Company in Las Vegas, Nevada. I enjoyed the light beer. I figured I could use a little light in sin city. Actually the beer was refreshing. and I didn’t need to repent or repint – see below…
Although I would love to see what gets written on to these blackboards…
I did learn that Sin City Brewing Company brews its beer at the Gordon Biersch facility based on a long relationship between ownership. That’s cool. Gordon Biersch is solid.
I stopped in at the Tenaya Creek Brewery in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Ocilac Brown was smooth and malty. An enjoyable beer.
I stopped in at the Chicago Brewing Company in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yeah, that’s right. It’s a bit confusing. However, the Chi-town Turkey Wrap and the Hardway IPA were very good. In fact, I believe the beer here is the best I’ve had in Las Vegas.
I stopped in at the Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery in Las Vegas, Nevada and felt reassured that its possible for a casino to have an operating brewery. The Marker Pale Ale was refreshing and very enjoyable.
I stopped in at the Ellis Island Casino & Brewery in Las Vegas, Nevada and tried the Amber. As you can see from the picture, all craft beers are $2.00, a bargain! The amber was good. I’m not sure connecting a microbrewery with a casino is the best idea, even in Las Vegas.