Visited... who knows what time of day. Right in the casino. Big place. Sat at the nice old wooden bar setup along the side. It wasn’t busy so we didn’t have much trouble with service. Didn’t eat. Could see this place being very loud. Small selection of standard brewpub brews. The amber, the IPA, etc. One rotating option. Nothing exciting, original, or creative really going on but the 2 brews I tried were surprisingly solid. Very ’safe’. Best part about the place is large pours for pretty cheap prices.
Ambiance: A huge place with a ton of tables, a bar tucked on on side and the tanks all around
Service: Waitresses were slow to take orders and didnt really know much about the beers they had
Selection: 6 taps, 4 of which are common flagship beers, 2 were roatating
Food: their food is actually really good and their happy hour specials are solid. we got sushi, wings, and a dip that were all decent
Value: Cheap place to drink and eat, for four of us, with several rounds and a table full of food, bill was under $60...well worth it.
Overall, its too bad that the beer selection or quality wasnt better because this place has so much potential
Nothing special in terms of brews, but setting is very nice. Another benefit - close location to Fremont street.
t0rin0 (1529) Do Not Resuscitate, California | August 16, 2014| Updated August 18, 2014
Visited August 12, 2014.
This is one of three breweries downtown that are within walking distance of each other. I’ve never spent much time in downtown before but I have to say that I like it more than the strip. More normal and laid back people, more music, and less garbage pretending they have money and acting like twats. The casinos are all a little dumpier too. This one is a large restaurant in the back of the casino with the brewing equipment visible. Fancy and all copper. The beer was kind of boring. They were all too sweet, even the IPA. They were out of the seasonal so we tried the other 6 and that was it. The meatloaf was pretty good. Didn’t try much else. Like everything in Vegas the prices on beer were good but terrible on food. Don’t see much need to come back here, at least for the beer.
Re-rate: stayed again during July 2014. Still great value,good beers and food. Up’ed my scores a little because it is just a nice casino resort all round. My wife and I stayed 3 nights at the Main Street Station because of the brewery and really enjoyed the whole experience (May 2010).
Five beers from the brewery on tap, all at $4.50 a pint, four of which are available at the casino bar at $1.50 a pint. The seasonal only available at the brewery restaurant. The two barstaff members we encounted were both fine, a male from Talin (Estonia) and a young lady from Hungary. Both knew the beers and chatted when the time allowed, we sat at the bar on our two visits, so didn’t have to queue to get in each time. I didn’t ask about bottled beers and don’t remember seeing any mentioned on the menu or seeing any on shelves either, but they may stock some.
We had some lovely food, my wife had a Portobello Mushroom Burger and I had some sort of Mexican Quesadillas. We stayed on the bar so didn’t venture over to the Cold Fish area (Sushi bar), so can’t comment on that part of the well lit, well appointed modern room which is overlooked by the breweries fermenters and some sports screens behind the bars.
We were later to discover that $4.50 a pint is cheap for LV and that $1.50 is a real bargin. So a big thums up to Downtown (where the hotels are all paid for) and the 777 Brewery in particular, and a big thums down for the ’Strip’ (where the resorts owe millions) and their stupid beer prices.
I can also recommend the weekend ’Champagne Brunch’ great value and they don’t hang back with the sparkling stuff. Even if it was only a 9% ABV Californian version!
Set inside a great big victorian style saloon in the casino. The actual deco is probably the nicest thing about this place. Food is very average and the beers are again only average. Wouldn’t go out of my way to come here but if on fremont street pop in just to tick it off.
Good food not great but good and great value...usually 5-7 brews. Marker pale is a go to. Great vibe. Tons of tvs good to hang with your parlays and have some good brews good for locals and tourists alike.
Stopped in after walking around Fremont street. Sat at the bar. Beer was silly cheap and decent. Didn’t order any food as we had just ate. Was well decorated and casino’s wild west victorian theme was beautiful.