The craft beer scene is alive and well in Las Vegas. More and more bars and restaurants are expanding their beer offerings to include unique craft options in their menus. From beer at brunch to beer paired with spirits here are the best ways to experience the beer boom in Vegas:

Beer for Breakfast
Beer for breakfast? This sounds more like a problem than anything else, right? Not when you pair it with Acclaimed Chef Hubert Keller’s tasty brunch dishes during the weekly Beer Brunch at Fleur Mandalay Bay. Offered every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the menu features Hangover Angus Short Rib Benedict served with crispy potato cake, red wine jus and jalapeño Hollandaise; Carnitas Hash with roasted pork, fingerling potatoes, tomatillo salsa and poached eggs; and Red Velvet Pancakes with cream cheese butter and maple syrup. Each one is paired with a seasonal beer, making for a unique and tasty brunch, no mimosa needed.

Rare & Unusual Beers
If you’re looking for something different, Beerhaus at The Park is the place to go. The beer house offers six taps featuring a constantly rotating selection of craft brews from local limited releases to rare varieties. The beers on the “Rarities & Unusuals” menu change every day and are only available for a limited time.

Sip on the States
The Center Bar at the Mirage is all encompassing offering  the best beers and spirits in the U.S. The bar offers 10 “Boilermakers,” which include drinking whiskey in one glass and beer in the other. Each pairing features a spirit and beer from similar regions form around the U.S. Get a taste of Texas with a Shiner Bock and Garrison Brothers Bourbon. Travel to New England and enjoy a Sam Adams Boston Lager and WhistlePig 10yr Rye Whiskey or cool off in the Colorado mountains with a Breckenridge Vanilla Porter and Woody Creek Rye Whiskey.