A Guide to Las Vegas for Beer Lovers

Hopper has put together the quintessential travel guide to Las Vegas for beer lovers with info on more than 15 of Las Vegas' best microbreweries.

Hopper Editors - Oct. 26, 2017

Who wouldn't love a frosty pint of beer under the blistering sun of the Nevada desert? Las Vegas famously has pretty much everything you could want, so it goes without saying that there are some great places to drink beer. Apart from the diverse venues to enjoy a pint, there are also numerous annual beer festivals held throughout the year. The Sin City Beer Festival and Great Vegas Festival of Beer are just a couple. Microbreweries abound, serving up proudly homemade beer in clean, rustic settings. Often they pair their craft brews with great food; others provide a casino environment for the beer drinkers to enjoy. One thing’s for sure: you won’t be short of beer while visiting Las Vegas.

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Drink sinfully good beer at Sin City Brewing Co

This brewing company serves sinfully good beer with a side of good humor. The beers are perfect for microbrew fans who have a preference for traditional American beers. Sin City Brewing Co. also have a popular retail line, which includes beer glasses, clothing and other merchandise.

Take it easy at Tenaya Creek Brewery

A family owned and run company, Tenaya Creek Brewery is a smallish operation, which allows it to maintain a personal touch. These guys are all about unique, seasonal beers. It’s beers are available in many of the big-name Las Vegas hotel casinos, such as the Bellagio and Wynn, which is a testament to the quality of their craft.

You’d be barking mad not to visit Big Dog’s Brewing Company

This Las Vegas hometown brewery has been open since 1993. Handcrafted in small batches, the beer from Big Dog’s Brewing Company is passionately made. The principle upheld by this company is that flavorful beer shines best when it’s enjoyed fresh and close to the source. Find their beers at the brewery itself, or at one of the neighboring casinos.

You don’t need luck at Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery

There’s a lot on offer at Ellis Island Restaurant And Brewery

This place is more than just a microbrewery – it’s also a casino, 24-hour restaurant and karaoke lounge. Originally opened in 1968, it has gained a loyal following of locals and regular visitors to Las Vegas. People love the cozy atmosphere, friendly staff and family recipes used in the restaurant.

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