Beer, like soap, comes in a bar and livens up any shower. Wash your mouth out with this Groupon.
$5 for Two Tickets to the Reno Beer Crawl ($10 Value)
On the fourth Saturday of every month, a group of revelers gathers for the Reno Beer Crawl, meeting at The Waterfall before strolling downtown to take advantage of specials offered by the area's bars. Attendees receive a map and a glass that rewards them with $1 refills of 6-ounce beer samples at the bars and infinite water refills at any faucet. Crawls run from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Attendees can enter a raffle to receive a $25 gift certificate to participating bars and a free Kamikaze shot. See a list of participating bars here. This Groupon is valid on the following Saturdays: December 22, January 26, February 23, March 23, and April 27.
Despite its name, The Waterfall is no ordinary watering hole. Couches dot the interior of the laid-back bar, inviting patrons to lounge while downing pints chosen from 24 draft beers or admiring pieces by local artists. In the back, hookahs puff out fragrant smoke, adding an air of mystery to good-natured games of beer pong, pool, shuffle board, and steel-tip darts. The bar stays traditional where it counts, though—its liquor shelves only house top-brand vodkas, whiskeys, and bourbons, and its selection of beers draws brews from both big-name producers and innovative craft breweries. Flat-screen televisions situated above the bar also err on the side of familiarity, broadcasting television favorites such as South Park and games from around the sporting world. Located in The Riverwalk District, The Waterfall also plays host to the Reno Beer Crawl on the fourth Saturday of every month—bringing out drink specials and maps for the tour’s raucous groups of wanderers—and offers glasses for the Riverwalk Merchant Association's Wine Walk on the third Saturday of every month.
100% of 24 customers recommend
“Good drinks and great environment.”
“Great place,service and all around a stand up establishment”
“It was a fun time and I will be participating more frequently.”