Sin City Brewing Co. to Open Bar at Grand Bazaar in Las Vegas

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Craft brew fans headed to Las Vegas may want to check out the latest bar from Sin City Brewing Co., which is opening at the Grand Bazaar Shops on October 28. 

The local brewery’s fourth location will offer its five signature craft beers, a rotating seasonal brew, and the brewery’s first outdoor seating, delivering an al fresco drinking experience in the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard.

The design is inspired by the open-air market at Grand Bazaar Shops with a convenient walk-up bar for guests on the go. Those looking to linger can enjoy indoor and outdoor seating at the new bar, making it an ideal destination to catch the game or just people-watch along the main walkway.
 
Sin City Master Brewer Rich Johnson’s brews use only four ingredients in accordance with the 1516 German Beer Purity Law. Trained by German brewmasters and a frequent traveler to Germany in his younger years, Johnson has created five signature brews available year-round in addition to seasonal brews released four times per year.

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Sin City Brewing Co. at Grand Bazaar Shops will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Sin City Brewing Co. at Grand Bazaar Shops
3635 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 489-5498

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