Do you like to drink beer? Here is a list of some upcoming event around the Las Vegas valley that involve beer.
PKWY Tavern in Henderson is hosting a craft beer pairing dinner featuring Big Dog's Brewing Company on Sept. 27. Dinner prepared by Chef Lanny Chin. Tickets are $45.
Drink like a local with FiftyFifty Brewing from 7 to 11 p.m. Sept. 27 at Atomic Liquors. They will be tapping the brewery's Eclipse Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout and will also be featuring Old Forester Whiskey Row flights and cocktails made with Eclipse and Old Forester.
There will be a Hops 4 Hope beer release party at Khourys Fine Wine & Spirits from 5 to 10 p.m. Sept. 27. Hops 4 Hope extra pale ale is the result of a Nevada Craft Brewers Association collaboration. For every pint of Hops 4 Hope that is sold, $2 will be donated to the ALS Association NV chapter.
Banger Brewing will be showing locals some love on Sept. 28 by offering $3 house beers all day long (must have local ID). They will also be tapping a very special one-off beer.
DUNKtober Fest is happening Sept. 28 at Lovelady Brewing in Henderson. They are teaming up with Dunkin Donuts to raise money for Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. Pairings include Pumpkin Munchkin with Outbock IPA, Jelly Munchkin with Berry Nice Belgian Wheat, Cinnamon Munchkin with Cafe Femenino Coffee Porter, Glazed Cake Munchkin with HopAtomic Double IPA and more.
Evel Pie is celebrating National Drink A Beer Day on Sept. 28. Enjoy Happy Hour specials and craft beers from 2 to 6 p.m.
World of Beer in Henderson is celebrating their first anniversary on Sept. 28. Enjoy select $1 drafts from 4 to 6 p.m. and live music by Kaika Brown & Shawn Ishimoto from 6 to 9 p.m. There will also be giveaways and more.
There will be a Hops 4 Hope beer release party at SG Bar from 5 to 10 p.m. Sept. 29. Hops 4 Hope extra pale ale is the result of a Nevada Craft Brewers Association collaboration. For every pint of Hops 4 Hope that is sold, $2 will be donated to the ALS Association NV chapter.
There will be a Hops 4 Hope beer release party at Atomic Liquors from 3 to 8 p.m. Oct. 1. Hops 4 Hope extra pale ale is the result of a Nevada Craft Brewers Association collaboration. For every pint of Hops 4 Hope that is sold, $2 will be donated to the ALS Association NV chapter.
RX Boiler Room and CraftHaus Brewery are teaming up for a dinner on Oct. 5 at Rx Boiler Room. The beer-pairing dinner will feature the Asian citrus-infused extra pale ale named Yuzu Biru. Dine with Chef Rick Moonen and the CraftHause team in a private dining room. The 5 course dinner will include scallops, short ribs, Spanish seafood paella, smoked BBQ pork belly and cold brew coffee stout cake. Tickets are $75 per person.
Bad Beat Brewing in Henderson will be releasing Morning Pay off, which is an Imperial breakfast stout brewed with wheat, flaked oates, lactose, coffee from Mothership Coffee and a touch of smoked malt at 10 a.m. Oct. 7. There will be a breakfast food truck in attendance and anyone who shows up in their pajamas will receive 10 percent off all draft beer.
PKWY Tavern on Flaming Road is hosting a craft beer pairing dinner featuring Magic Hat Brewing Company on Oct. 11. Tickets are $45.
Bad Beat Brewing in Henderson will release M.E.H., which is a NE IPA brewed with Mosaic, El Dorado and Hallertau Blanc hops, at midnight. They will also be playing keg shuffleboard in the brewery with the winner getting a free growler, growler fill, and 2 glasses to take home!
The Bacon and Beer Festival on Oct. 14 in the Llama Lot on 10th Street will feature original bacon dishes from local chefs, 50 craft beers from regional breweries, giant Jenga, cornhole and more. Tickets start at $49.
Tenaya Creek's October brewery tour is happening Oct. 14. $10 includes the tour, 5 oz. souvenir glass and 3 beer tickets to fill that glass with any Tenaya Creek beer. Must be 21 year or older.
Pints for Pits is happening Oct. 21 at Atomic Liquors on Fremont Street. This year's event will benefit Animal Help Alliance. Buy a $10 Pints for Pits commemorative pint glass and get $2 drafts, with all proceeds benefiting AHA. You'll also have the chance to win raffle prizes and bid on silent auction items. Well-behaved leashed dogs are welcome.
The 2017 Downtown Brew Festival is happening Oct. 21 at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater. More than 70 breweries will be offering 200 craft beers, There will also be live music, food and a variety of vendors. The popular event sells out early each year. Tickets start at $40.
The fifth annual Sour Saturday is happening Nov. 4 at Atomic Liquors in Downtown Las Vegas. Unlimited pours of dozens of incredible sour beers and a tasting guide. General admission and VIP tickets available.
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