Must Try Beers Las Vegas
Beer aficionado? Looking for a great new beer for a night out with friends? Just want something to celebrate the big game win with your buddies? At The Still Las Vegas, we’re sure to have just the right beer. After all, our menu boasts dozens of draft beers along with a huge selection of beer bottles and cans. No matter what you’re craving, we’ll have plenty of choices to offer you.
Not sure where to start? Here are 10 of our favorite beers that you definitely need to try.
Stiegl Radler Grapefruit
Want to try something a little bit different? The Stiegl Radler Grapefruit incorporates genuine grapefruit juice for a tangy, fruity taste. It contains 40% Stiegl Golddbrau and 60% fruit soda, making it a mixed beer drink that is refreshing and thirst-quenching. Perfect for warm summer days, this beer is a great way to change things up a bit.
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
It’s hard to go wrong with a beer that’s been called “One of the most important American craft beers ever brewed.” Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA isn’t just a great beer – it has a great story behind it. In the 1990s, the brewer was inspired by watching a cooking show in which the chef continuously added small doses of pepper into a soup. A jerry-rigged electric football game served to vibrate hops continuously into boiling wort, making for a makeshift continual hopping technique that became central to this beer’s balance and flavor.
Goose Island 312
Goose Island 312 is a Chicago-inspired wheat beer that offers a combination of Cascade hops with a bit of a fruity yet tart flavor. Its body is both smooth and creamy, with a clean nose. There’s a bit of lemon flavor in the aftertaste, making this thirst-quenching beer a satisfying choice on hot summer days.
With a deep amber hue, distinctive flavor, and creamy head, Anchor Steam is a popular choice among beer lovers. The beer has inherited its name from a “steam” process during the 1800s in which beers were brewed without ice, possibly on San Francisco roofs during cold nights.
Spaten Premium Lager
Light and effervescent, the Spaten Premium Lager boasts a light amber hue. It features a blend of sweet grainy notes that are cut by moderate bitterness. This beer is both dry and refreshing for a satisfying and delicious choice.
Bad Beat Brewing Hoppy Times IPA
A generous dose of both Cascade and Chinook hops gives this beer a strong, full, and fresh taste. The finish is crisp and dry, and the balanced taste makes the Bad Beat Brewing Hoppy Times IPA a popular favorite.
Golden Road Point the Way
With elevated pine and grapefruit notes, Golden Road Point the Way is brewed and canned in Los Angeles. The dry finish creates a satisfying beer that will keep you coming back for more of its distinctive blend.
New Belgium Fat Tire
Looking for a great beer with a unique taste? Then try the New Belgium Fat Tire. This beer offers a delicate blend of English floral hops with spicy and fruity notes. Its flavor profile originates from 1930s Belgian breweries that created new beers in order to appeal to visiting British soldiers.
Chimay Grande Reserve
A dark ale with a powerful aroma, the Chimay Grande Reserve features a blend of powerful aromas that will keep you coming back for that next sip. It was first brewed as a Christmas beer in 1948. Enjoy flavors of caramel and mulling spices that make for a warm finish.
Blue Moon Belgian White
For a bright, citrus twist, try Blue Moon Belgian White. This wheat ale is brewed with Valencia orange peel, giving it a subtle degree of sweetness.
The Still: Your Source for Great Beer
Looking to try something new or just want to enjoy your go-to favorites? At The Still, our huge menu means we’re sure to have a beer that you’ll love.
We’re not just beer, though – our upscale bar food is both delicious and satisfying. Come to see the big game, or just grab a table for a relaxing night out with friends. Our 8,000-square-foot space is welcoming, and with 27 TVs, you’ll always have a great view of all the action.
Have you tried any of the 10 beers above? Which ones were your favorite?