Tenaya Creek Brewery
Tenaya Creek Brewery originally opened as Tenaya Creek Restaurant & Brewery in November of 1999. Serving the people of Las Vegas, restaurant offered fine dining with a great wine list and, of course, freshly brewed craft beer.
After several years of operations, Tenaya made the business decision to move forward with their real passion, brewing beer. As such, the company left the food service business for those who were more passionate about it. By June of 2008, Tenaya closed their kitchen operations and began offering our draft beer around Las Vegas (which was previously only offered at the brewery).
Due to our growth in the market, in July of 2010, Tenaya remodeled and expanded the brewery to keep up with the demand for our beer in a thirsty desert city. The expansion included a 22 oz. bottling line and the brewery began to sell bottles in Las Vegas in October that same year.
Tenaya opened their current location in November 2015 as they simply had outgrown their original location. The company tripled their brewing capacity on day one and has the room to eventually produce ten times the volume of their original location. The company has also now added a canning line.
Currently you can find Tenaya Creek Brewery’s beers in Nevada, Southern California, Arizona, Utah and Canada. The brewery is also supplying Allegiant Airlines for their western flight routes in the U.S.
Tenaya Creek Brewery is an independent craft brewer.
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A selection of beers from Tenaya Creek Brewery
|702 Pale Ale Review||American Pale Ale||5.2||156||3.64|
|Abominable Pale Ale Review||American Pale Ale||5.3||159||3.07|
|Antidote Review||American Barleywine||10.6||318||4|
|Aviators Ale Review||American Blonde Ale||4.8||144||3.71|
|Black Market Willie: Offline Series Review||Fruit Beer||7.2||216||4|
|Bonanza Brown Ale Review||English Brown Ale||5.6||21||168|
|Brutney Lee Farnsworth Review||Brut IPA||6.4||192||3.65|
|Cafe Feminino Review||American IPA||7.2||216||3.68|
|Degobah 50/50 Review||Oatmeal Stout||5.7||171||2.5|
|Fuzzy Vegas Review||Saison||6.6||26||198|
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