In the ever-evolving IPA scene, the current name of the game is juicy. Be they beers brewed with freshly squeezed juice, uniquely fruity hops or a combination of the two, IPAs are steadily becoming less about bitterness and more about fruity aromatics. Sierra Nevadas latest is a testament to the uniqueness of modern hop varietals.
Sierra Nevada Tropical Torpedo
Tropical Torpedo exudes ripe passionfruit, guava and mango on both the nose and the palate. A tropical masterpiece, whose clean and crisp finish left us dreaming of far away beaches.
Sierra Nevada Sidecar
When it comes to classic cocktails, the Sidecar has stood the test of time and for good reason. Simple enough in its construction, it artfully blends cognac, orange liquor and fresh lemon juice for a cocktail that is both bright and balanced. Sierra Nevadas latest pale ale artfully captures this cocktail magic in beer form. Light and refreshing, it exudes citrus aromas and flavors.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
In the beginning, back in 1979, man didnt know bout the I.B.U. and all that jive. Then Sierra Nevada turned to the crowd and said, let there be American Pale Ale! Nearly 40 years later, with thousands of beers having come and gone, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale stands strong. A beer that has inspired countless homebrewers and brewmasters alike, its superb balance marries the sweetness of caramel malt with the citrusy bitterness of the cascade hop. A deliciously drinkable American classic that helped birth a revolution.