Visited on 12/31/07. Just a little kiosk in the Miracle Mile mall (formerly known as Desert Passage) at the Planet Hollywood Casino complex. They have a nice selection of logo gear, a cool lacquered red metal bar with about ten stools and a plasma TV tuned to the inevitable football game. Four of their beers are on tap here and the bartender let me taste them all without charge. I ordered a pint of the wheat beer which, while perhaps a little too cold, was still great. After I bought a logo shirt, he threw the beer in for free. I now love this little place and will make it a point to visit every time I’m in Vegas from now on.
A welcome respite for a guy while the wife is shopping in this indoor mall. Basically offers clean, German-style beers (not that the town needs any more of that with HofBrau House and Gordon Biersch, et al. nearby), and sells a lot of t-shirts and the like.
Cool graphic design, but doubt you’ll score any points with the ladies with it’s Vegas twist on a trucker mudflap-esque sillouhette logo...I still want one though!
Brewpub right on the Strip ... small bar area with some people watching seats near the front door.... had some TV’s and walls of swag .... bartender was prompt and nice .... beer served in plastic cups .... boring styles and basically glorified homebrew at best .... cheap prices for the area ... still better than a good day at work :)
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.
I visited the Miracle Mile location a couple of years ago while in vacation in Las Vegas. Not a bad place, but nothing great by any means. The ambiance was... okay. It was basically a little bar stuck into the middle of a mall, which was weird, and surprising. It was a very small bar with just a few seats and a table or two - nothing special at all. The service was pretty good. The bartender was a lady and there were only a few people in the place, and she was attentive to all of us and knew about the beers. The selection was okay considering the size of the place - it was their beers only with nothing else. There was no food and the value was average - slightly overpriced beers, but hey, it’s Vegas. Overall, a cool place to visit while in Vegas, and I wish I could hit up their new location now!
Kind of weird little place inside of a mall. The Brewmaster was running the shop, so that was cool, got to chat a bit. Good drinkable brews. I think it would be better if it were a little more closed off though.
A nice cool place on the ramp from the tram to the Flamingo. Their beers were sweet and felt great in the mouth. Very Vegas-esque their brews were decadent if not great. Their hefe was my favorite. The bar itself was small with about 10 seats. No food was available. The bartender knew his stuff regarding their beer and about the Vegas beer scene in general. I was glad to have stopped here and sampled their beer but, except for the hefe, was disappointed with the quality of their beers.
Sitting right in a mall like most orange julius stands is a walk up bar that you can even take beers to go in the mall. If you’re going to be shopping, especially if it’s against your will. why not do it with a beer in your hand! The beers were mediocre, the weisse being the best, but better than most of the beers available around town.
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.