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Raise A Pint At These 7 Las Vegas Beer Bars

Last updated: August 31, 2017 at 5:19 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Bars, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Nightlife. 1 Comment on Raise A Pint At These 7 Las Vegas Beer Bars.

Cheers!, Santé!, Sláinte!, Prost!  No matter how you say it, it’s time to raise a pint and toast to your Vegas vacation. In honor of such an important holiday, we came up with a list of places on the Las Vegas Strip where you can drink a good beer.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace

Great Las Vegas beer bar Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace

Stopping in to a pub for a pint is a huge part of British culture so of course you can find a good beer at Gordon Ramsay’s authentic British pub. The pub serves 36 beers on tap in addition to another 63 bottled beers.

You’ll find lagers, pale ales, IPAs, wheat ales, brown and Scottish ales, porters, stouts, ciders and seasonal selections. If you have a hard time deciding, you can order a beer flight with four 4-ounce tasters. We suggest you go for the UK flight with Bass, Boddingtons, Innis & Gunn and Newcastle.

The menu at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill features dishes that pair well with beer, including English ale onion soup, shepherd’s pie, a selection of sausages and the classic fish and chips.

AmeriCAN Beer & Cocktails at The LINQ Promenade

If you’re an American beer fan, well, the name of this bar says it all. AmeriCAN has a beer menu of nearly 70 selected beers served in cans and some on draft. The bar seeks to offer a different beer from each of the 50 U.S. states.

Grab a brew and enjoy views of the High Roller from the patio or gather your friends for a game of beer pong or corn hole.

AmeriCAN doesn’t serve food, but they have a BYOG (Bring Your Own Grub) policy. Our advice: Head to In-N-Out Burger across the way, pick up a burger and fries and pair it with your beer.

Yard House at The LINQ Promenade

Las Vegas beer bar, Yard House at the LINQ Promenade offers Yards of beer

When it’s beer o’clock, Yard House is always a good bet. If you can’t find a beer you love here, we may have to take away your membership in the beer-of-the-month club. Yard House features a center island bar and a glass-enclosed keg room, housing thousands of gallons of beer, which is available in a half-yard, pint or a shorty. There’s a choice of 160 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales, lagers, fruit beers, dark beers, wheat beers and much more.

Yard House also serves limited drafts and seasonal drafts. We love their Chalkboard Series – a rotating selection of draft beers selected monthly and offering unique beers from local, domestic and imported brewers.

The LINQ Promenade location is situated with a prime view of the High Roller observation wheel from its large outdoor patio. If beer makes you want to eat, Yard House’s menu offers more than 130 items including things like burgers, salads, flatbreads, pasta, pizza and street tacos.

Sin City Brewing Co. at Bally’s Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood REsort & Casino

Sin City Brewing Co. is a local Las Vegas craft brewery launched in 2003. They offer five signature beers and a variety of seasonal selections. The beers are produced in small batches (100 kegs at a time) using premium raw materials and a strict adherence to the Reinheitsgebot, the 1516 German beer purity law.

The five beers include: Weisse is Nice, a traditional German Hefeweizen; Never Pass Up a Blonde – a light beer;  Say Hello to Amber, an  amber lager; The Ale with a Tale, a full-bodied British-style India Pale Ale; and The Dark Side of Sin, a traditional Irish dry stout with a roasted coffee-like taste and a hint of chocolate.

You’ll find Sin City Brewing Co. at The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s and the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.

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Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas - Raise a pin at the best Las Vegas beer bar

BEER PARK is pretty much what it sounds like. Located on a 10,000-square-foot deck overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, BEER PARK features a park-like setting with an outdoor grill, games and picnic tables.

And, as you’d expect from a bar from Budweiser, they serve beer.  A lot of beer. You’ll find more than 100 draft, can and bottle beer selections, including 36 beers on tap. It’s not only Budweiser. Draft beers include choices like Hoegaarden, Goose Island, Guinness, Shock Top, Sierra Nevada and Kona. In bottles you’ll find Deschutes Brewery, Dogfish Head, St. Pauli Girl, Sam Adams and more.

If you’re really thirsty, BEER PARK offers large bottled beers and large beer cans. We’re talking 22-ounce Widmer Devil, 16.9-ounce Goose Island and 25-ounce Bud Light Chelada.

To honor International Beer Day, BEER PARK will offer an “Around the World” special, a bucket of six beers from six different countries – U.S.A.’s Budweiser, Belgium’s Delirium Tremens, Mexico’s Estrella Jalisco, Netherlands’ Heineken, Japan’s Kirin Light and Germany’s Schönramer Gold, priced at $35.

Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza at The LINQ Promenade

Flour & Barley serves some amazing pizza, but if it’s the barley part that intrigues you, you’ll be happy about that too. They have an extensive craft beer program including cask ales.

You’ll find everything from fruit beers to wheat beers, stouts, porters, ambers and lagers.

Flour & Barley also serves cask beer, which has been aged and re-fermented in the cask – not pasteurized or filtered.

If you want to try a little bit of everything, you’ll want to order a flight with Firestone Walker 805, Pizza Port Chronic Ale, Lagunitas IPA, Miller Lite, New Belgium Snapshot Wheat, a seasonal draft and seasonal cask.


TAG at the LINQ is a beer lover's paradise - Las Vegas beer bar celebrating International Beer Day

TAG is a beer lover’s paradise and a good place to try some new brews. If you’re a beer newbie, the staff at TAG can help. Team members at the bar are Beer Service Certified, making them the largest certified staff in the country.

TAG offers more than 200 bottled, can and large format brews from the United States and around the world, Approximately half of the beer selection showcases domestic brews from 17 states; the other half of the menu features more than 25 imported beers from around the world.

If you want to mix things up, try TAG’s hand-crafted beer cocktails, known as hop’tails, which are made with fresh ingredients and an entire beer.

TAG also showcases pour-your-own draft tables, using a self-serve system where guests are encouraged to pour to their heart’s content.

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About The Author

Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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One Response

  1. Ray

    Going to have to check out Beer Park next time I’m in Vegas. Sounds like a great place to just chill and relax along the Strip.