Tenaya Creek Brewery
Named for its original location on Tenaya in the northwest, this was one of Las Vegas’ first breweries, opening in 1999. After making a name for itself brewing some of the best beer in town, in 2015 the name was kept but the brewery relocated to its current location in a larger production facility near Downtown, tripling its brewing capacity.
The move proved to be a wise one, as now the brewery’s beers are found nearly everywhere beer is sold and two local restaurants have contracted Tenaya Creek to make its house beer: Holsteins Special Lager at The Cosmopolitan’s Holsteins and FB Cerveza, a Mexican-style lager made for Flour & Barley at the LINQ Promenade.
At the brewery you can expect to find around 20 Tenaya beers pouring, covering a wide range of beer styles such as IPA, Pale Ale, Hefeweizen, Baltic Porter and Oatmeal Stout. Some of its most popular brews are its Bonanza Brown, The Dutch Belgian-Style Trippel and Pilsner, all of which medaled at the Great American Beer Festiis val.
No food served at the brewpub, but food trucks show up daily and serve from 5-9 p.m.