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Postby MmmmBeer » Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:10 am

Okay I know that there are tons of places to go and drink in Vegas, but I want to know from you all about some of the can't miss places that I should check out to get some good beer. I hear the Freakin' Frog is cool. Anywhere else that you all can suggest?
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Re: Las Vegas

Postby speed » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:02 pm

theres a couple brewerys downtown in casinos can't remember which ones but one brewery is triple 7's. on the strip is margaritaville and they have landshark that isn't skunky. its a good beer if fresh. if i remember , its been a few years since i've been there, but i think there is an irish pub in new york new york.
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Re: Las Vegas

Postby Beer4Guy » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:22 pm

speed wrote:theres a couple brewerys downtown in casinos can't remember which ones but one brewery is triple 7's. on the strip is margaritaville and they have landshark that isn't skunky. its a good beer if fresh. if i remember , its been a few years since i've been there, but i think there is an irish pub in new york new york.


Isn't it odd how we can't remember the name of things in Vegas. :shock: I was going to recommend a pub in either the Venetian or the Bellagio that has a very large beer selection and even has some local micro stuff on tap. But of course, I can't remember the name of it or where it is.

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Re: Las Vegas

Postby thetooth » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:48 pm

I used to live there, but I don't remember anywhere really worthwhile to get a beer. I remember a couple of microbreweries that existed on the strip, but they all closed down. I think most people there just want to gamble and drink cheap booze. Either that, or they go to an expensive restaurant and have wine. It's odd now that I think about it.

Here in SoCal, I can list a few places in the area that I'd actually go myself, but Vegas is kind of a wasteland for beer lovers.
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Re: Las Vegas

Postby Mwilson » Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:35 pm

Beer4Guy wrote:Isn't it odd how we can't remember the name of things in Vegas. :shock: I was going to recommend a pub in either the Venetian or the Bellagio that has a very large beer selection and even has some local micro stuff on tap. But of course, I can't remember the name of it or where it is.

Cheers,

Guy


Does that mean everywhere I go is Vegas... :lol:
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