Sin City Brewing Co., the local brewery with four locations on the Strip, decided to close after a 15-year run in Las Vegas.
The brewing announced it was closing on Twitter.
“Sadly, Sin City Brewing Co. has closed its doors.
“Thank you to all the guests that walked through our doors to enjoy a local brew and sit and chat and let us get to know you. Thank you to those that returned and kept returning over the years becoming friends! Our Las Vegas beer reaching all corners of the world!
“To our Sin City Brewing Co, family — simply the best staff we could have dreamed of. Thank you for your dedication, loyalty and the love.”
A message from the Sin City Brewing Co. family… pic.twitter.com/OYeCXAhP7i— Sin City Brewing Co. (@sincitybeer) June 17, 2020
The brewing originally opened in 2005 with beers from former Gordon Biersch director of brewing operations Richard Johnson, who specialized in small batches of beers ranging from Weisse Is Nice and Never Pass Up a Blonde to the Ale with a Tail and the Dark Side of Sin.
Sin City Brewing Co. had locations at the Grand Bazaar Shops, Grand Canal Shoppes, Harmon Corner, and the original location at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort.
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