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Ratings: 8 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
4.6/5 rDev +14.7%
32° Draft really stepped up its game. There are 90 different drafts on 96 taps, but for you bottle babies, they have a variety of bottled beers. Seven of those bottled beers are not offer on draft, meaning 32° Draft has 97 different beers and ciders. There is a spectacular variety of beers; from common beers to craft beers and international beers which will appeal to the beer geek and the novice alike. The menu is arranged by country of origin along with a brief description of beer. There are 88 drafts listed on the menu. Two featured drafts are constantly rotated in and not listed in the menu. It’s a great reason to come back and see what is new on tap. The staff will tell you about them. Some of my favorite listed drafts are Moa Imperial Stout out of New Zealand, Blackhawk Stout from Mendocino Brewing Company and Sculpin IPA from Ballast Point Brewery. 32° Draft even has beer cocktails, and I have to tell you the Black Forest Cake is unreal! It is a mix of Guinness Stout, cake flavored vodka and juices, and yes, its taste is just like its name says.
The atmosphere is very jovial and open, overlooking the M Resort casino floor and the race and sports book. There is both bar seating with tabletop gaming and high top tables. The back bar is lined with the 96 taps and TV’s are everywhere. The staff willingly accommodates guests’ viewing pleasures by tuning into the vast array of sports available.
Speaking of the staff, most of the bartenders know their stuff when it comes to beer. I cannot say that they are beermeisters, but they have an uncanny way of finding the beer that suits your taste buds. They are very friendly and very helpful. They will eagerly tell you about the beers available as well as beer and food specials. Yes, they even have food. Good deli style food at reasonable prices.
Overall, I like this place. It has a local bar feel and is a great getaway from the rat race and expense of the Strip. Good food, affordable prices, great variety of beer that you might not find at other places and a staff that makes you feel like this is where you belong.
06-23-2012 21:07:04 | More by JasonBartley
3.98/5 rDev -0.7%
Stopped in on my gambling visit to M when taking a break from blackjack. Located right next to the race and sports book and is open to the rest of the casino. A bit smoky, but to be expected.
LOTS of taps - but kinda suffers from the YardHouse syndrome - lots of ho-hum flagships from regional/national breweries with no real specialties. Which is OK, just don't come here expecting an esoteric uber-geek selection.
2 Firestone Walker taps and 2 Deschutes taps were good enogh for me.
Beers are comped if you're playing the video poker machines as others have mentioned. Otherwise beers are reasonably priced @ $5, & if you're there long enough they will let some of the beers slide off the bill as well. ;0)
Had a huge slice of pizza that was tasty.
If you expect to geek out with knowledgeable 'keeps here, you will be disappointed. However, if you're like me & prompt friendly service is what you're looking for, you'll be happy. Chatted with the barkeep (Jared) who hustled and was personable
Woth a visit if you're at the M.
08-14-2011 15:37:53 | More by SunDevilBeer
4.45/5 rDev +11%
Just back from a week in Las Vegas 3 days and nights of which were spent at the M Resort where 32 draft is located. This bar has 96 taps and about 75 different beers many of which i can't get in NJ. All the beers are served in pint glasses. 32 draft is more or less part of the Race and Sports book and they (unlike the book at the Wynn,bmc only) will serve you a craft or top import as a comp.A pint of Chimay White as a comp is hard to beat!! All pints from PBR to Deschutes Butte Porter cost $4.99 if your buying at the bar. The food from the Vig Deli next to the is very good and resonably priced.
09-04-2010 17:01:53 | More by dennis3951
4.08/5 rDev +1.7%
I just returned from one of my twice yearly Las Vegas trips and we stayed at the M for 2 days-(1 night). I had been to 32 degree draft bar before but wanted to give it another try before writing a review.
The only way that I could see someone not liking this place is if they are annoyed by the proliferation of video poker games which are so common in Las Vegas bars. Personally, I like video poker and you are certainly not required to play while you are sitting there, its just that you will need to pay for your drinks (insteasd of having them comped) which are fairly reasonably priced as well. I believe most crafts are about $4 which is a world of difference from the strip where I was charged $7 for a 12 oz bottle Sierra Nevada pale ale.
This is basically the bar that serves the sports book so if you want to find it easily, just look for the sports book. The bartenders in here are very friendly and do a great job and they dont act like they expect you to tip which is kind of refreshing. I always tip them anyway, but its nice that they don't have a tip me or dont see me again attitude. Some of the draft choices includeed Deschutes, Firestone Walker, Big Sky, Chimay,Delirium,New Belgium, Tenaya Creek etc. They basically comp everything even the Belgian beers if you are playing VP and theres plenty of places that arent even willing to comp a better glass of wine for example back on the strip (MGM, Harrahs properties).
They also offer some beer cocktails which is nice to see and I tried one that had chipotle tequila with dos equis and some sort of peach mango thing. It wasnt very good but it was $7 on the menu and of course comped while I was playing.
They also serve food from the deli which is right next to 32 and the hours for the deli are almost 24/7 so this is a real nice feature of the place as well. I tried fried shrimp and a steak and cheese sub. Both were good.
If you dont like this place, then I guess thats your loss as I personally would say it is the best casino bar I've ever been to especially with such a nice draft selection.
06-01-2010 19:59:07 | More by rousee
3.68/5 rDev -8.2%
Like all of my reviews, I meant to try this joint out a couple times before posting on B.A...
Geographic location isn't so convenient for the Vegas local, however it is certainly manageable (15-25min from anywhere in the valley) for those looking for some suds.
As a new property, the bar setup is nice, modern and conveniently located near the sportsbook, which is great for most gents! The downside, gaming machines dwarf most of the bar; which is where I always prefer to post up as opposed to high top table seating. On to the beer...
Relatively thoughtful selection, plenty of Belgians, USmicros, & Deutsch goodies; however the menu was a bit outdated. My first speedbump: Listed: Chimay Red...I ask for Chimay Red and out comes what appears to be Chimay White. I lean over and spy the 'White' tap handle; ask the Barkeep if the red is available and she has no idea what I'm talking about. To her, Chimay is Chimay. No biggie, she's just trying to make a living. Speedbump number two occurred simultaneously in that my buddy & I had our Belgians poured into improper glassware, universally styled casino-wide-usage pint glasses. Third speedbump hit when the bartenders rotated for their casino-wide shift change. In other words, these are CASINO-Bartenders, not beer-bartenders; hence the gent-barkeep offering my companion an AnchorSteam Liberty Ale instead of an Anchor Liberty Ale caused me to realize that service is more more miss than hit if you have questions or want to chat brews. Maybe I'm a jerk; but if you've traveled throughout the country to Toronado in SF/SD, BlindTiger in NYC, CrescentMoon in Omaha; you expect a beerbar to be rated accordingly on a website entitled 'BeerAdvocate'. This isn't 'Gaming Resort & Spa Monthly'...
Like my review of TheYardhouse; the bars on this website are scrutinized for being beer bars; being all about beer and beer-focused hospitality; not their food menus or simply b/c they offer inexpensive suds. There is plenty of value to be found in this location $-wise, however this is a casino bar with casino backing; and therefore $4 glasses shouldn't be surprising. Member: VegasBeerFreak compliments the attractive cocktail waitresses and nearby deli for making this place, a casino bar, a must Vegas beer stop...Please. This place doesn't have half the character or service of Freakin'Frog, Rosemary's, or even the Crown & Anchor.
All that said, there is definitely an upside: If you're a gambler and would like quality beer while playing your casino game of choice; over-tip your cocktail waitress once or twice and she'll gladly bring you a complimentary glass of Chimay/Weihenstephaner/Rogue etc. from across the casino to help ease the pain of your gamblin' tomfoolery. In a nutshell: Great value to be found at the M's 32DraftBar, just don't expect a beer bar experience. Bottoms Up!
08-12-2009 23:54:01 | More by Here4Beer
3.9/5 rDev -2.7%
As a long time local beer geek I must say this is one of the best beer bars in Vegas.
Nothing elaborate or fancy, just a very nice selection with great prices and good service, in an attractive environment with attractive cocktail waitress all over the place!
And most importantly, the TAPS ARE FRESH and CLEAN!!
Go to the yardhouse and have a Rogue and then go to M and have a Rogue, HUGE difference....
Standouts on tap are Rogue Choc Stout, W Korbinian, Firestone Amber and Pale Ale, Youngs' Choc Stout, Anchor Liberty, Sierra Nevada Summer, Deschutes Porter, Ommagang, Speakeasy Big Daddy IPA, Chimay, Stone IPA and Pale and many of the standards you would see on tap.
Heres their menu:
The bartenders do a good job taking care of you. Again beautiful waitresses, and you have a decent food court next to the bar.
The prices are GREAT for any bar anyplace!
It's $4 for a 16oz of any micro, any hour of the day?
Can't beat it.
This bar is 24/7 as well.
The only downside is if you don't live in or near the South side of town it's a bit out of the way.
But if its not rush hour and your near the I-15 you can still get there within 20-25 min even from N las vegas.
07-20-2009 12:01:08 | More by VegasBeerFreak
3.8/5 rDev -5.2%
Decided to make a visit to the new M Casino and it is about a 15 minute drive from the airport away from the strip. Since this is now the first top rate casino from those that drive from CA, there was a large crowd in the casino.
I found the bar by following the "Beer Bar" signs in the casino. It is located by the sportsbook and has a very modern casion bar feel to it with sleek curves and open feel.
We grabbed a table and waited for waitress service. Each table has a nicely bound beer list broken down by style. Of course the front page covers the lagers with Bud, Miller, etc. Most disappointingly was the Stouts section - only three stouts out of 96 drafts ? The Ales section dominates, but little here had me going "wow" since they were usual staples found in most bars like SNPA, New Belgium beers, and other CA micros. Some of the ones that interseted me were Maudite, Moose Drool, and Weihenstephaner Korbinian. Also only one Sin City beer on the list, and none from locals Draft House, Tenaya Creek, or Chicago which I was hoping for.
Service was prompt and prices ranged from $3.50 - $4.50 for 16 oz glass. Happy hour for the usual domestics are $1 between 4:00 - 7:00. Not sure what is considered domestic and I did not ask.
I was a bit let down here. The Yard House seems to have some more different selections. Would I drive here for the beer ? Probably not. But the casino and the steakhouse restaurant were great.
06-24-2009 12:10:09 | More by Gavage
3.6/5 rDev -10.2%
Located inside the new M Resort at the extreme southern end of the Vegas valley.
32 Draft is situated in the casino next to the sportsbook. As far as atmosphere it's pretty much a standard casino bar. Formed as a semi circle with a dozen or so stools next to the bar, and on the backside is a comfortable seating area with some tables and cushy chairs. That's the side which faces the sportsbook. The bar's location does offer itself up to second hand smoke from both the people sitting at their slot machines in the casino, and from the sportsbook, so if smoke is bothersome to you, be forewarned. There's not a whole lot to look at, other than a number of attractive cocktail girls coming and going from their station at one end of the bar.
Service was the normal casino bar experience. Businesslike and hurried. Not much time (at least when I was there) to chat with the bartenders, as they are not only busy serving the folks at the bar, but also making drinks for the cocktail girls to serve throughout the casino.
Selection. This is what sets this bar apart from other casino bars in Vegas. They advertise 96 beers on tap, and while I didn't bother to count all the tap handles, 96 looked about right. Nothing that you can't buy in one of the larger beer stores here in Vegas, however many of these beers I'd never seen on tap here. Visit their website for a complete list. They also had huge bottles of La Fin Du Monde, Maudite, Duvel, and Chimay sitting on display behind the bar which can be purchased.
They don't have food at the bar itself, however right next to the bar is a deli. I didn't try any of the food this time, but will the next time as it looked like it might be pretty good.
The pricing on the beer is very reasonable, especially compared with other casino bars. All in all, for folks who flew into Vegas and don't have a car, it's probably not worth a special trip here. The taxi fare alone would probably set you back $40-$50 round trip from the main strip hotels. But if you drove into Vegas from LA you may want to check this out before heading into town, or if you're a local it's probably worth a stop to have some beers you won't otherwise find on tap.
03-12-2009 22:21:18 | More by JBogan
32° Draft in Henderson, NV
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.