Great Breweries in Las Vegas
Bad Beat Brewing
Bad Beat Brewing offers a myriad of craft beers, guest taps, hard ciders, and colas. They may not serve food, but they make up for it by allowing guests to bring their own! You can order delivery, bring a snack from home, or buy something at a food truck and bring it inside. They also have games like giant Jenga, shuffleboard, darts, cards, and others.
Able Baker Brewing
Most of the names at Able Baker come from the Nevada nuclear test site. For example, Test Site Saison, brewed with chamomile flowers and ginger root. Or try Double Dead Duck, a nod to the so-called Atomic Duck that survived the test blast. But don’t let that scare you off – they have a multitude of different brews sold at various places around town, including Atomic Liquors, Velveteen Rabbit, the El Cortez, and dozens of other locations.
Craft Haus offers a brewery tour every Saturday at 11am, which includes a four glass tasting flight for only $10. Their non-smoking, non-gaming tap room allows you to enjoy as many different kinds of beer as you like, and they serve cheese and charcuterie plates along with other small snacks. They also host special events.
Barley’s Casino & Brewing Company offers the laid back atmosphere of a brewery with the rockin’ good time of a casino together in one fabulous location. With a full menu including oddball items like a sriracha peanut butter bacon burger, or avocado bites, Barley’s is sure to satisfy any craving. They’re Henderson’s only brew pub, with specialties like Black Mountain Beer, Boulder Gold Hefeweizen, Blue Diamond Beer, and more.
Not only does Tenya Creek have a tap room, with dozens of beer on tap as well as guest taps, they also have their own beers in cans and bottles for you to enjoy there or take with you. There’s a food truck schedule on their website that lets you know when the good eats will be around, so you can schedule your trip accordingly. They also offer brewery tours. Check them out today!