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$10 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Pub Food and Beer, Valid Sunday–Thursday
Beers such as the house-brewed Twenty One IPA and the Connartist Cherry Stout ($5 each) complement small plates such as tater tots with creamy cheese sauce, a fried egg, and bacon ($10.95); burgers ($10.50–$12.95); and entrees such as seared duck with wild-mushroom risotto ($18.50). See the lunch and dinner menus and the beer menu.
The Brewer’s Cabinet
The Brewer's Cabinet is a nanobrewery known for small-batch beers, and places no limits on its brewers’ creativity and style, encouraging funky flavors rather than relying on the most basic beer, a mug of wheat stalks. Their White Noise brew, inspired by local hip-hop artist The Apprentice!, is 7% ABV belgian-style white IPA with Falconers Flight and Citra hops providing floral and citrus notes in addition to fruity overtones from the yeast strain used.
To complement brews, the culinary team whips up fresh, local plates in the small onsite kitchen, ranging from lunchtime’s lamb burger with goat cheese to dinnertime’s fish & chips. Though customers always benefit from the hearty pub-style meals, The Brewer’s Cabinet also benefits the surrounding community. The team strives to collaborate with other area breweries, and 5 cents from every item purchased at The Brewer’s Cabinet goes to benefit The Reno Rebuild Project.
92% of 299 customers recommend
“A great little place in Reno. Atmosphere is great, has a nice outdoor patio for warmer weather. The service was good and the food even better. Nice menu, the...”
“A great little place in Reno. Atmosphere is great, has a nice outdoor patio for warmer weather. The service was good and the food even better. Nice menu, the Salmon fish and chips was really good, but the pick of our day was the BC Reuben Sandwich.”
“Sunday Kegs & Eggs on the patio is the BEST!”
“Great outdoor deck if the weather cooperates.”