Site not look beautiful? Click here

Booze Blog

The Weekly gets its first taste of the new brew.

Stone Brewing brings back Ruination with a 2.0 double IPA

May 20th, 2015

The Weekly gets its first taste of the new brew.

  • Nightlife

    The Madras 2.0 is upgraded in all the right places

  • Nightlife

    This margarita was made for Cinco de Mayo sippin’.

  • Nightlife

    Almost as familiar, but far more exciting, consider this cocktail an upgrade from a chilled glass of moscato.

  • Nightlife

    Something of a modern classic, this gin cocktail is sure to please.

  • Nightlife

    This drink survived Prohibition, WWI, WWII and the following 70 years.

  • Nightlife

    By the end of the night, tequila has a way of making even the best of us blush, and this drink is no exception.

  • Nightlife

    Our favorite flavors of winter combined with our favorite warm-weather drink.

  • Nightlife

    Even if your bracket is a mess, this drink is a safe bet.

  • Nightlife

    What's St. Patty's Day without Jameson?

  • Nightlife

    Tart, crisp and refreshingly delicious.

  • Nightlife

    An unexpected update on the classic.

  • Nightlife

    Perfect for sunny, spring days.

  • Great tastes from Ballast Point, the Bruery and an up-and-coming local operation.

  • From beer festivals to pairing dinners and UNLVino.

  • Reviewed: Goose Island's 312 Urban Pale and Urban Wheat ales.

  • It's not quite the bourbon its father is, but it's still damn good.

  • 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.

  • Get More Booze Blog Stories
  • Nightlife

    Welcome to your party checklist. From beach clubs to beats, we've got everything you need for five days of MDW fun, aka Biggest Weekend Ever.

  • Nightlife

    Four alternatives to this weekend's big nightlife parties.

  • Sports

    The constant clacking of shuffling poker chips officially overtakes the Rio convention center for the next 50 days this afternoon. The 46th annual World Series ...

  • A&E

    The Philharmonic is reaching out to untapped ears: “I want to break down all of these walls. I want them to feel they can go ...

  • Food

    A national holiday, in a bun.

  • PBR Rodeo

    Cates isn't thinking too much about strategy going into Last Cowboy Standing. He’s focused on having a good time and making the best of the ...

  • Dining

    Also, small plates make the menu at Andre's and move from Lago to Hyde.

  • Nightlife

    Where the music is sweet (and so are the Jell-O shots). It's time to get down with your bad self!

  • A&E

    Playing their most successful album in full, the headliners put forth one of the best sets I've seen this year.

  • Dining

    From shortrib-stuffed cannelloni to branzino livornese, everything sounds good on Julian Serrano's massive menu of Italian treasures.

  • A&E

    "Their preservation and activation is vital to downtown's revitalization."

  • Dining

    The small but scrumptious food menu is complemented by a vast assortment of drinks like frappuccinos and fruit-ades.

  • Food

    Plus: A Korean cooking class at Roy's and a St. Jude's fundraiser at Ra Sushi.

  • PBR Rodeo

    The Last Cowboy Standing competition is complemented with three days of country music and slices of Western life.

  • News

    Leading up to Memorial Day and Veterans Day, Marianne Schwartz and George Barnett station themselves at local grocery stores to hand out poppies in honor ...

  • A&E

    As more women enter the "boys club" of tattooing, they're proving to be just as badass as their male counterparts—if not better.

  • As We See It

    The artist has already conducted more than 1,000 self-weddings in Brooklyn, New Orleans and even at Burning Man.

  • As We See It

    Whenever Downtown started getting cool again is when the El Cortez started strategizing.

  • A&E

    Ross is no slouch, but Attell, one of the most respected comics’ comics in the game, was on a different level.

Real Time Analytics