About Ellis Island Brewery
Since pouring our first ice-cold glass of beer in 1998, the Ellis Island Brewery has risen to become the #1 brewery in all of Nevada, not to mention being awarded the “Best of Las Vegas” by the Las Vegas Review Journal in 2015 and 2016.
Today, the brewery brews over 1,000,000 glasses of beer every year in six permanent categories and several seasonal flavors.
Ellis Island Brewery Parking
There are some uncovered spots around the location but there is also a parking garage in back. I personally stopped in November 2017 and found a spot outside but there were valets that could have parked my car and the garage had availability as well.
Food & Food Trucks @ Ellis Island Brewery
Being a casino there are a few food options with more on the way (a new section called The Front Yard coming in 2018).
- Ellis Island BBQ – open for dinner
- Village Pub & Café – open 24/7
- Metro Pizza – lunch, dinner and somewhat late
- Julio’s Taco – lunch, dinner and somewhat late
Ellis Island Brewery Hours
This is located in a casino in Las Vegas so of course it is open 24/7!
- Monday: 24 hours
- Tuesday: 24 hours
- Wednesday: 24 hours
- Thursday: 24 hours
- Friday: 24 hours
- Saturday: 24 hours
- Sunday: 24 hours
Ellis Island Brewery Tours
In 2016 they mentioned on their site they offered tours and in November 2016 I attempted (and had scheduled one) but they canceled on me due to not enough staffing to give it. In late 2017 I was again going to travel to Las Vegas and thought I would try again. Upon visiting their site I saw not only a new website (very clean by the way) but no longer was there a mention of tours. So as of late 2017 it appears that the small chance to get a brewery tour of Ellis Island has decreased to no chance.
Ellis Island Brewery Tour Review
Service & Staff
Final Ellis Island Brewery Thoughts
Ellis Island Brewery Beer Review
The tour wasnt very long and I actually had to run as soon as it was over so 1 beer is all I tried. I will be stopping back in the future and will try more though.
- Hefeweisse – a decent hefe but when you factor in that it is just $2.50 at a location just off the strip in Vegas it tastes even better.