Able Baker Brewery gets its name from the first two atomic bombs detonatedat Nevada Test Site in 1951 which resulted in an explosion seen as far awayas San Francisco. They take pride in creating unique, finely crafted, premiumbeer with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and bold flavor profiles whileusing the Atomic Age as inspiration to showcase Nevada’s resourcefulnessand cast a respectful nod toward the state’s unique history.Their taproom and brewery was opened in Downtown Las Vegason Nevada Day (October 30) and features over 30 craft beers on tap.
Atomic Duck IPA
Westcoast IPA 7% ABV | Floral, Fruity, Citrus-Like, Piney
This beer is named after our mascot and brand ambassador. Legend has it a duck was the only animal to survive the atomic blasts conducted at Nevada Test Site in
the 50s. This beer has a strong, hoppy character with notes of citrus, tropical fruit and pine.
Calutron Girl Mango Hefeweizen
Fruited Hefeweizen 5% ABV | German-Style, Banana, Clove, Mango
The Calutron Girls were a group of young women recruited during World War II to work at a top-secret national security complex. They were tasked with monitoring
and adjusting dials and meters on a mass spectrometer that produced uranium for the first atomic bomb.
Traditional Bock 7.2% ABV | Malty, Sweet, Toasty, Caramel
The “German-style” lager dates back to medieval times and was not only brewed for special occasions, but also as sustenance for Bavarian monks during Lent.
Festbier 6% ABV | Bready, Malty, Copper Color, Dry Finish
In the 50s, a Swiss accordion player created a tune called “Der Ententanz,” which translates to “The Duck Dance.” Fast forward to the 1980s, this European tune and drinking song made its way to the U.S. and is now known to this day as “The Chicken Dance.”