My background and passion for Food & Beverage began when I was fourteen working in a small family Italian restaurant in Boulder City, NV. I spent 4 years there before moving to Las Vegas to spend the next 17 years of my life working at Bellagio. It was during these years that I fine-tuned my hospitality skills, service, and attention to detail.
After my years working on the Las Vegas strip, I wanted to create my own venue. After 5 years of homebrewing with my best friends, we ventured out to open a brewery on Fremont St. in Las Vegas called Banger Brewing and it has been a successful brewery since 2013.
Fast forward to today and now I get to bring my next vision to Reno. This undertaking is personal for me and truly showcases not only the core of who I am but also my refined skill set of almost 30 years in the food and beverage industry in Las Vegas. Nevada is my home, and the mountains are my heart! Being here is like finding my way back home after all these years! I can’t wait to share my wonders with all of you!
Adam Lundy is an Aquarius who loves Star Talk and dogs with party eyes. He is passionate about recycling and defies Waste Management’s rigid regulations bi-weekly. Litter bugs: swipe left. Look no further; however, if you enjoy good head and a smooth mouth feel.
Adam hails from the high-altitude-baking town of South Lake Tahoe, CA. There, he heckled his way through school and earned the notorious nickname, Landis (if you don’t know, don’t ask & definitely do not say it three times in a row).
He is the first in his family to not only work at one brewery, but also eight. You may recognize him as bearded guy number 3, 27, and 11 from such regional breweries as Great Basin, Fiftyfifty, and Lead Dog – respectively.
You may also recognize him from the alley behind Wonder Aleworks where he is known to both jog and stumble home. Throw him some hand-horns if you see him either way.
[Producer: can we talk about beer at some point, please?]
Right. Adam believes, much like the second, third, and fifth law of library science: Every reader their book, Every book its reader, and A library is a growing organism, that brewers serve a wide variety of drinkers and refrain from judging different tastes in beer; all beer has its place even if only a tiny demographic of drinkers enjoys them; and that a brewery is a dynamic place constantly evolving, applying new methods, and trying unique & unconventional ingredients.
Wondering what he is going to brew for you? Pull up a stool and find out.