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The hotel just tapped the keg on its first-ever Beer Weekend.

Five thoughts: Mandalay Bay’s Beer Festival (September 13)

September 16th, 2014

The hotel just tapped the keg on its first-ever Beer Weekend.

  • Mandalay Bay is taking brews to a higher level in September.

  • The only negative thing we can say is that it's much too easy to drink.

  • Sipping on fruity, fizzy cider and watching random, funny movie clips makes for a pretty fun Friday night.

  • The Downtown complex is about to get a whole lot more fun this summer.

  • The rest of Nevada is about to discover what Las Vegas already knows: We've got some great breweries.

  • It's an IPA ... that really isn't. And that hurts.

  • First, it's at the Springs Preserve. Second, there's lots of delicious beer.

  • Don't wait until next St. Patrick's Day to buy a bottle.

  • Way too many beers to drink -- but we certainly tried.

  • It might have been more enjoyable with a higher ABV.

  • They're available for a limited time. We suggest you don't wait.

  • Dinner at Delmonico with the master blender. Yeah, life's pretty good sometimes.

  • Find the refreshing honey blonde only at Motley Brews' late April beer fest.

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