Craft breweries in the United States have continued to grow, and Las Vegas now boasts several — in addition to taprooms and unique beer experiences.
From the Strip to Brewery Row in Downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District and Fremont Street, there are always some stellar suds close by. If you’re looking for things to do in Las Vegas, here are some brew-centric hot spots you won’t want to miss!
With spectacular center-Strip views and more than 100 beers on draft and in the bottle, this rooftop bar is a perfect place to people-watch. Its outdoor patio features a grassy lawn with bar games like giant Jenga®, while a food menu of appetizers, entrées and more make it a great spot to catch a game on one of over 75 HDTVs.
The name says it all, as this bar has a robust menu of nearly 70 beers — and all of them are in cans, with at least one brew represented from each of the 50 states. The laid-back space also offers cocktails, beer pong and a patio perfect for some sunny sipping.
A true haus of beer, this bar and restaurant is conveniently located on the Strip and serves over 30 brews on draft and another 30 in cans or bottles. Play some bar games, enjoy the sunny weather on its outdoor patio, and indulge in a menu of sausages, sandwiches and more.
Stay on the Strip and sip on selections at this space in the resort’s Grand Canal Shoppes. Your beverage of choice can be paired with small plates, salads, sandwiches and more. Its weekend brunch is an ideal place to grab a michelada, made with its pilsner and Clamato juice.
Brewery Row in Downtown Las Vegas
The CraftHaus taproom has 24 taps, complemented by a menu of European sausages, cheese and charcuterie boards, and pretzel rolls with beer cheese — yum! The beers, including the Silver State Blonde Ale, are brewed in its nearby brewery in Henderson, which also boasts a taproom.
With over 30 beers on tap, there’s something for everyone at this Brewery Row space. Grab a bite with your beer, as its Arts District kitchen offers a menu including banh mi sandwiches, burgers and nachos — and several plates are vegan-friendly. Don’t forget to try the Atomic Duck IPA, a local favorite. More below from the VEGAS ON team.
HUDL offers around 20 of its own beers in addition to a handful of guest brews. With cream ales, imperial IPAs and lagers, there’ll be something for everyone in your crew. The Vanilla Cream Oak or the Adam Smasher Sour Apple Ale are an absolute must-try!
If you’re looking for a boilermaker, this is the place. The 10 beers on tap — including the inventive Lemondrop Saison — can be paired with a selection from its extensive whiskey list. It also offers various delicious appetizers, brick-oven pizzas and more.
Right off Fremont Street, Triple 7 has a lineup of six brews, including a rotating “Brewmaster Special,” with past selections including a refreshing Raspberry Wheat. Its grand dining room is a great place to savor local beer while snacking on appetizers, pizza and more.
There are so many things to do in Las Vegas — and sipping on a locally crafted brew is certainly one of them! While you’re deciding on which Las Vegas breweries you want to check out, be sure to take a look at all of the thrilling attractions you can experience in between!