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SerVehZah Bottle Shop & Taproom fits well within the Arts District’s fast-growing beer scene

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SerVehZah makes it easy to explore and try new beers.
Photo: Wade Vandervort
Leslie Ventura

With so many breweries and bars arriving during the past few years, Las Vegas’ Arts District has rapidly become a haven for beer connoisseurs. They’ve also been welcoming SerVehZah, a new taproom bringing people together Downtown.

The brainchild of beer lovers and friends Jonathan Barboza, Anthony Herrera and Tony Martinez, SerVehZah opened its doors during the pandemic and has seen a steady rise in business since. Named after the phonetic spelling of cerveza, or beer, in Spanish, SerVehZah is a communal, open space that boasts a number of local and unique beers on tap.

Whether you’re new to craft beer or a seasoned pro, SerVehZah makes it easy to explore and try new beers without feeling intimidated. From its festive murals and lively Latin music that to its patio seating and colorful collection of beers—like the Tamarindo Lindo Cider from Henderson’s Mojave Brewing Company cider (with a tajin rim!) or the Sour Cherry Lime Ale from Reno’s Lead Dog Brewing—everything about SerVehZah feels inviting. That also extends to the menu and the grab-and-go beer fridge. Patrons can peruse the selections on offer there, or visit servehzah.com to see the latest selection of beers for sale (note: there’s a lot).

SerVehZah even has its own beer on tap, the Nueva Esperanza, made in partnership with Las Vegas’ Astronomy Aleworks. It’s an easy-drinking Mexican lager with a hint of sweetness.

Not a beer person? Don’t fret. SerVehZah also has a spirits list with a selection of mezcals, tequilas, whiskeys and more. No matter your flavor, there’s something with your name on it just waiting to be tapped.

SerVehZah Bottle Shop & Taproom 1301 S. Commerce St. #130, servehzah.com. Sunday-Thursday, noon-10 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, noon-midnight.

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