Downtown Las Vegas has a very happening craft brew scene. Here are some Las Vegas breweries to check out in downtown.
Able Baker Brewing
1510 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Able Baker Brewing Company is the latest downtown brewery. Located on Main Street between Utah and Wyoming avenues in the Arts District, Able Baker includes a public tap room, brewing operations, 33 tap handles, dining and a small stage for entertainment. The theme is the classic atomic era of Las Vegas from 1942 to 1958. The company is named for the first two atomic bombs detonated at the former Nevada Test Site, dubbed Able and Baker. Supposedly, a duck was the only animal to survive those atomic blasts and now serves as the lovable mascot for the brewery. The atomic duck features all over this Vegas brewery.Able Baker also plans to brew beers from Vegas Golden Knight Ryan Reaves’ 7Five Brewing Co. The Able Brewing/7Five collaboration brings Training Day Golden Ale, as well as a lager, IPA, and seasonal imperial stout.Able Baker has established itself as a major beer destination for Golden Knights fans. If you're looking for a Las Vegas brewery with food then this is a great stop. There are also brewery tours and special events.Find out more about Able Baker at their website: https://ablebakerbrewing.com/
450 Fremont St., Suite 135
Craft beer in Las Vegas? First stop, Bangar Brewing. Located in the heart of Fremont Street Experience, the founders wanted “to create fresh craft beer, made in Las Vegas, for the city of Las Vegas.” Their beers are currently only in Las Vegas; brewery tours and tastings are available. More info: http://bangerbrewing.com/
Chicago Brewing Company
202 Fremont St.
Located inside the Four Queens Hotel and Casino, Chicago Brewing Company serves a selection of award-winning house drafts and seasonal beers in addition to craft beers from all over the country. Three of their House Drafts – All Nighter, Weizenheimer and Old Town Brown – have all won awards at The Great American Beer Festival. More info: https://chicagobrewinglv.com/
197 E. California St. Suite 130 Las Vegas, NV 89101
Partners in business and life, Wyndee and Dave Forrest, conjured up the big idea for CraftHaus Brewery while traveling through Europe. Immersed in the craft beer culture Europeans are so well known for, they noticed people actually take their time to enjoy quality beer just as much as they enjoy talking to the beer-loving newcomers around them. So they brought that experience back with them to build their own Las Vegas craft beer community one pint at a time. More info: https://www.crafthausbrewery.com/home
Hop Nuts Brewing
1120 S. Main St., Suite #150
Hop Nuts Brewing was the first microbrewery in the Arts District. They have 20 beers on tap, 15 of which they brew in-house. The Golden Knight, Harry Porter and 18b Pale Ale are just some of the Las Vegas beers that are available year round.
Tenaya Creek Brewing
831 W. Bonanza Road
Originally Tenaya Creek Restaurant & Brewery, Tenaya Creek Brewery has been in the Las Vegas valley since 1999. In November 2015, they moved their operation downtown where they were able to produce more and even add a canning line. Even though their beer is available in the region, you can only see it being made in Las Vegas. More info: http://www.tenayacreek.com/
Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery
200 N. Main St.
Located inside Main Street Station, this las vegas brewey with food features six varieties of fresh hand-crafted beers. Their most popular beer is the High Roller Gold; the flagship beer is refreshing, crisp and lightly hopped. In addition to their year-round beers, they have a rotating Brewmaster’s Special and Brewmaster’s Reserve. More info: https://www.mainstreetcasino.com/dine/triple-7-restaurant-and-microbrewery