Sin City Brewing, The Strip

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LAS VEGAS | Sin City Brewing have a large presence on The Strip, with four locations from which they sell their beers. Different to a lot of the other breweries in the area, Sin City focus on traditional German style beers, and adhere to Reinheitsgebot, the 1516 German Beer Purity Law.

Master Brewer Rich Johnson was trained by German brewmasters and and is a frequent traveller to Germany, so knows his stuff when it comes to brewing these kind of beers.

There are five core range beers on the taps, along with a rotating seasonal tap. All of the beers at Sin City Brewing are true to style – there’s a weiss, pale, pilsner, stout and IPA. Of the five, we think the stout, with its smooth texture and roasted malt undertones, and the weiss, with hints of clove aroma, citrus and banana zest, are the best.

Drinking beer at a bar that’s essentially in a shopping mall is a bit strange, and makes for an interesting atmosphere, but hey, it’s Vegas so things are meant to be a bit different.

Sin City Brewing (Miracle Mile Shops)

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
3663 S Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas
Nevada 89109
United States

Telephone: 702 732 1142
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.sincitybeer.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 10:00am to 1:00am

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