Located in the Miracle Mile shopping center,. There is a small bar that seats maybe 8 seats or so, with some merchandise for sale. Beer selection was limited, with only five taps, and quality was just average. The beer is served in plastic glasses, but that means you can order your beer and take it with you as you continue to stroll through the mall. Service was friendly and attentive, and at $6 per glass, value was good for Vegas
A little dug out spot in the Miracle Mile just before the entrance of the Elara Hilton Grand. Always good service. Some servers have a higher beer IQ than others. Five beers on tap. Full bar too. Some t-shirts and novelties. Gordon Biersche side project, so don’t expect too much. But the effort is decent. Especially with the Oktoberfest and the Stout. Good happy hour. Two for one from 4:00 to 7:00 every day.
Very small location in the Miracle Mile shopping venue (Planet Hollywood). Bartender was pleasant and willing to tell the Sin City story. Beer was average. Could get beer to go. If you have to go to the mall, stop here.
Mall Kiosk in the Miracle Mile shopping complex. I was surprised to see this here, as there is absolutely NO craft beer on the Strip aside from Burger Bar as a rule. I tried the Pils (okay), and the Dry Stout (quite good), and was reasonably impressed. It’s nothing special, but when you’re getting drug around your 9th shopping mall of the day by your ladyfriend, this is a welcome sight.
Las Vegas Stirp is on a desert and so is the selection they have. But seeing that there is little to no chance to get microbrews on the strip, it was nice to have this in the holtel I was staying at. Better than nothing. Place is tiny, only having 5 beers on tap (I’m sure they don’t brew on location). Serivice is quick, only a couple of people working and a couple of patrons. Beer is just average, the weisse being the most decent one. Overall an ok place.