With one of the highest rated beers in the state (Disco Ninja IPA) Revision Brewing Company has been tackling craft brews since garage-brewing back in 2009. Since then, Revision has put a significant focus on IPAs and building the biggest hop bombs they can put together. Drop by the taproom for a flight.
Need some free parking in downtown Vegas so you can enjoy the Fremont Street Experience? Head to Main Street Hotel and Casino where Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery serves as a casino restaurant. Don’t let that deter you, however, as they have a great bar area and quite a few brews made on location.
Banger Brewing is located right on Fremont Street so you can be sure to see a lot of foot traffic in and out of this establishment. There are a number of lighter style beverages including a couple hefeweizens; one of which is made with jalapeños. If you’d like a tour be sure to book in advance as they do fill up.
For those Oktoberfest lovers, Pigeon Head is the place to go. They have a love and respect for German beers, particularly lagers, and have challenged conventional understanding of what lagers are and what they could/should be. For instance, you’ve heard of IPAs but how about India Pale Lager? Few lagers are hoppy but this one succeeds in that goal. Stop by for light and not-so-light beer tastings.
Started by brothers Jeff and Paul, Shoe Tree Brewing Co. is a passion project that has turned into a hot spot in the Carson City area. These brothers have a lot of fun with their recipes, making a chocolatey Mocha Porter, sour cherry inspired Cherry Berliner Weisse, and one beer totally appropriate for VEBO Couples: Couples Therapy. They even make their own Root Beer for the NA drinker in the group.
The folks at Under the Rose have an insatiable hunger for new beer flavors. If we were to start listing their creative brews we’d run out of room quickly, but here are a few fun and interesting concoctions: hibiscus and rose hip sour ale, Belgian-style spiced ale, chocolate rye porter, and grapefruit and lemongrass blonde.
IMBĪB has had a productive three years of business with a slew of awards for their craft brews. They specialize in old-world barrel aged beers while balancing that with new and creative recipes for malty and hoppy options. Try the Cutthroat Cream Ale, Schwarzbock Doppelbock, and their Russian Imperial Stout when you imbibe at IMBĪB.
After a solid ski day in Tahoe there’s nothing more appropriate than watching the sunset over the lake with a craft beer in hand. The tap room has a touch of quirkiness and the brewhouse has a garage-like vibe while maintaining an immaculate brewing area.
If you obsess over Belgian beers because, well, everyone should, then you have got to check out CraftHaus. With a number of Belgian strong golden ales, sours, saisons, and stouts your taste buds are in for a treat here. What’s more is that the Belgian Strong Series is made up of beers named after the Muscles from Brussels himself: Jean Claude Van Damme. So, come by for a Bloodsport or a glass of Lionheart!
Former home to the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway headquarters is the present home of The Depot Craft Brewery Distillery. It’s an eclectic three-story brick building with a full menu, a plethora of beers, and even house-made spirits. This truly is your one-stop-shop for dining and drinking local favorites. Play around with their sours (one is cantaloupe) and their delicious scotch ale, The Highlander, which sits at 9.2% ABV.
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