Neon Desert Brewing
Neon Desert Brewing is the combined force of Jim Doyle and Clyde Lipp, who've collectively won dozens of homebrew competitions around the country over the past ten years. Formerly known as Beer District Brewing, the venture has 21 ambitious brews on tap, covering a lot of ground with small-batch recipes and a beer list that changes frequently—and drawing especially strong attention for dark beers. There's always a few hazy IPAs on tap and either a German or Bavarian-style hefeweizen. Overfruited sours and slushie beers are popular during summer. If in doubt, go with the signature Vegas In A Bottle Russian Imperial Stout. Scan a QR code and have Mexican food from Letty's delivered straight to your table. Plus there's usually a food truck outside Thursday through Saturday.
Rebranded from Beer District Brewing, Neon Desert Brewing on the edge of the Arts District is a family-run brewing operation popular with locals, and especially popular for their trivia nights. They’re known for their big, boozy stouts; fresh-fruit-forward sours and ciders; classic German styles; and less conventional modern styles.