Very knowledgeable behind the bar...think they had a cicerone. Guy knew his shit. Let’s just say that I’m not going to be upset walking around Vegas with a bottle from Anchorage...oh, and it had Brett! Will definitely be back. Dimly lit room, long bar, not a ton of seating and didn’t have food but will definitely return!
Best place for beer on the strip that I’ve found so far. 26 taps and always a beer on cask. Decent selection of bottles too. Cool place with a great whiskey selection too. They offer flights, but they’re pre-determined. Prices range from $8-$14 per glass. Bartenders are great and their service was exceptional. Hit up their sister restaurant as well (Holsteins in the Cosmopolitan).
What a great little pub: great food and beers. Yes, the beer is Strip price, but the selection of taps and bottle sis great, the service was friendly, the food excellent and upscale. Although flights are fiixed with 4 4 on for 17$, free samples if the bartender is friendly. Thanks Bozo!
Really cool place. Ambience is dark jazzy type bar feel. Service was excellent, well attentive, knowledgeable, and friendly. Prices were pretty high but hey its good beer in Vegas. Overall the only beer destination on the strip besides gettin the Nevada tick from sin city.
Upscale location in food wing of casino. Freindly service with Ipad menu of beers for easy selection. Good selection of beers. Did not have food. Good location if in area.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | February 1, 2013
Went here with Parksy and Grippitis. Great tap selection, some good bottles too (Firestone Walker XVI), and fantastic service. Probably the most knowledgeable bartender I’ve had at a beer bar-- he even brought out some stuff of his own to share that wasn’t on the menu and didn’t charge us! Very cool. Definitely will be back.
It’s in the casino at the Venetian-Palazzo, but kind of half way between the two. It’s pretty small, but they’ve got a huge beer fridge you can peer inside and quite a few interesting American and Import beers available from tripels to rauschbeers and a real ale on tap. Also, it’s Vegas so everything is overpriced.
decent selection of beer and good appetizers. it was a bit of on the pricey side, but since it was on the strip in vegas, thats expected. the service was slow ans the bartender didnt know what they had or didnt know what they have in stock.