The Arts District lands another brewery serving its own beers. Nevada Brew Works opens on Main Street with a taproom, a substantial 1,542-square-foot, dog-friendly patio with an eye-catching silo, and a limited-menu kitchen that specializes in pizza. Inside, customers find a rustic and industrial design, and science lab details surround the brewing area.
For now, the brewery from Jason and Lauren Taylor is working on its own beers, already brewing, and in the meantime, local beers fill the 11 guest taps, including beers from Big Dog, CraftHaus, and Hop Nuts. Lauren’s parents Ken and Caren Hallyburton round out the team, with Ken serving as brewmaster. The brew pub’s own Nevada Ale will be created onsite.
The brewery offers a menu of 10-inch brick oven pizzas, burgers, and appetizers such as pretzels, cheese curds, chicken wings, and tenders.
The brewery took over a former auto body shop at the corner of Main Street and Imperial Avenue.
The owners have also pledged to donate a portion of their proceeds the Ariana Rye Foundation, named for their daughter, and for every Ariana RyePA that is sold in the taproom, a portion of the proceeds go to children in need. Every month, the brewery also plans to feature a new beer with a portion of proceeds benefiting a different child living with a life-altering disability.
Nevada Brew Works, 1327 S. Main St. Open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.