Beer Lovers Wanted: Celebrate Vermont Beers at bBd’s
With Limited-Time and Exclusive Pours from the Country’s Best Breweries
Specialty beers and brewer meet & greets showcased Nov. 1-4
Vermont Beer Weekend at bBd’s celebrates the mecca of beer with three special events. Featuring exclusive pours from various craft breweries that have never been available in Las Vegas, or served outside the state of Vermont.
On Nov. 1, bBd’s will be featuring beers from Lost Nation, a small brewery in Morristown Vermont, River Roost, a very small brewery only available at selected spots in Vermont, Fiddlehead, a brewery just south of Burlington that specializes in IPA’s, the highly acclaimed Lawson’s Finest Liquids, and Foam, one of the hottest breweries in the country.
Nov. 2 brings beer highlights of Lost Nation. bBd’s will be pouring a special cask that has been kegged exclusively for this event. Additionally, the brewers will be in town and on-hand to discuss their beers, meet and greet guests, and showcase rare bottles from Lost Nation.
To end the beer extravaganza, Nov. 4’s theme will be “can release” day with Lawson’s Finest Liquids. Not available to-go, the can being served is a first for the state of Nevada: the Sip of Sunshine, one of the most popular IPA’s in the country that be found in select markets.
For more information, call (702) 221-6513.
Nov. 1: Vermont Beer Day serving small-batched, handcrafted beers from VT breweries and a meet and greet with Fiddlehead brewer from 6-8 pm
Nov. 2: Lost Nation brewery day featuring a brewer meet & greet from 6-8 pm
Nov. 4: Can Release Day showcasing A Sip of Sunshine IPA
(Beers served from open to close — noon-midnight — each day)
bBd’s at Palace Station
2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
ABOUT BBD’S BEER:
bBd’s beer program features approximately 32 direct draw draught beer brews, as well as a perpetually rotating menu of bottles and draught taps with rare and vintage beers, nitro and authentic cask beer. The unique tap system is calibrated to pour a variety of beers at different temperatures and air pressures to ensure each beer is served as it is meant to. Additionally, guest have the choice of international and domestic sour beers, seasonal cocktails, and a selection of wines.
About Palace Station
Palace Station, the original Las Vegas locals’ casino in Southern Nevada, is located at 2411 W. Sahara Ave. Opened by Frank Fertitta, Jr. as “The Casino” on July 1, 1976 and later named Bingo Palace before becoming Palace Station, the property offers hotel rooms and suites, meeting and event space, more than 1,700 slot and video poker machines and a selection of restaurants including the famed Oyster Bar and Charcoal Room Steakhouse. For more information visit Palace Station at www.palacestation.sclv.com.