Multiple Locations of Sin City Brewing Co. Close Permanently

A popular chain of Las Vegas bars, Sin City Brewing Co., has announced it will shut down operations permanently.

Sin City Brewing

Sin City Brewing Co. has tapped out.

Sin City Brewing Co. had locations at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian, Harmon Corner mall and Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s.

The company shared the news in a painfully-designed message in its social media channels. Apologies in advance, but it’s for posterity.

Sin City Brewing closed

Bottoms up to a Las Vegas fixture.

According to the Sin City Brewing Co. Web site, the company was “launched by long-time Gordon Biersch Director of Brewing Operations Richard Johnson.”

Sin City Brewing Co. is the latest in a string of permanent closures resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.

We’re sad to see Sin City Brewing Co. go as it was generally well-regarded and while we are not a beer person, we always liked their logo.

We trust staffers will find other opportunities, and we hate to see small businesses going under during this painful, surreal time.

9 thoughts on “Multiple Locations of Sin City Brewing Co. Close Permanently

  1. Chicken Little

    And I bet none of their government ordered quarantined, pre-pandemic customers ever were harmed by the virus. Is L.V. sin city or sheep city?

    1. Don Jr.

      This is just part of the culling of weak businesses. It’s just a few percent.

      Many businesses closed during the Spanish Flu, just like they are now closing during the Trump Virus.

      Just like the cartoon, I’m sure Bunker Boy would say, “This is Fine.”

    2. Eric T

      If all of these business owners who are folding now would have gone to Trump University, they’d understand that going bankrupt numerous times and being owned Vladimir Putin is fun!

  2. Ken P.

    It’s sad. If the crybabies just wore masks for a while we’d almost be over the virus like New Zealand and businesses like this would survive.

  3. Modpop

    wow, this is sad – They were a must visit on every trip since I first discovered them in Miracle Mile when they first opened- Some of the friendliest staff in Vegas – Our trip wasn’t complete without at least a few minutes spent in Sin City.


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