Public House brings home the beer with new growlers

I’ll take a half-gallon of the IPA, thanks.

Fans of Public House’s three-plus-page beer list have a new reason to hit the sauce. The Venetian gastropub is now offerings suds to-go, via 64-ounce growlers emblazoned with the bar’s slogan: United we stand, pint in hand. Customers can take brews like Big Dog’s Tyrone, My Man, Rogue’s Hazelnut Brown and Green Flash Le Freak home in the half-gallon growlers, which cost $8 empty and range from $22 to $52 full, depending on your beer of choice. And since it 'tis the season to raise a pint, Public House is also rolling out a new October beer flight with pumpkin and Oktoberfest flavors, courtesy of Tenaya Creek, Firestone, Warsteiner and Big Dog’s. Sample them alongside porter-braised short ribs, wit beer mussels or crispy frog legs, and you’ve got a very tasty way to welcome the fall.

Photo of Sarah Feldberg

Sarah Feldberg

Get more Sarah Feldberg

Previous Discussion:

  • The Weekly gets its first taste of the new brew.

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

  • From beer festivals to pairing dinners and UNLVino.

  • Get More Booze Blog Stories
Top of Story