CraftHaus Brewery, a craft beer company known for successfully changing the brewpub licensing in Henderson, NV, now has done the same for Las Vegas.
In anticipation for CraftHaus’ opening of their secondary tasting room, a licensing change was needed. Under Las Vegas’ beer and wine room license, it did not allow for package sales to go for their own six-packs and growlers. With the support of a city councilman, CraftHuas was able to successfully petition the government, and the license now allows Nevada brewpubs to sell their own packaged beer to go in the city of Las Vegas — if they do not brew on site.
Now the Henderson-based transplant is poised and ready to have a larger presence in Las Vegas.
“We are excited to become a larger part of the Las Vegas community, specifically The Arts District,” said Wyndee Forrest, Co-Owner of CraftHaus Brewery. “The City of Las Vegas was a wonderful partner that listened to the needs of our local craft beer industry.”
Construction is slated to start in the next couple of weeks on CraftHaus’ secondary tasting room. It will serve as an extension of the CraftHaus brand with 24 taps serving their beers, local guest beers, Kombucha, cold brew, cider and wine. Light shareable plates will also be available to pair with their lineup of hand-crafted beers.
Established 2014, CraftHaus Brewery is passionate about building a community around quality driven beers. Owners, Wyndee and Dave Forrest successfully changed licensing for the city of Henderson to a more craft friendly license. Named Favorite Local Brewery, Reader’s Choice, Las Vegas Weekly 2018. Winner, Top 100 Businesses Coast to Coast, Yelp! Nevada’s Greenest Brewery 2018 and Best Family Owned Business, Nevada Entrepreneur Magazine 2016. Their beer can be found in Clark County, Nevada including the Las Vegas Strip.