The “Old Fashioned” is one of the original American mixed drinks, some say it was the first drink referred to as a “cocktail” over 200 years ago. As Old Fashioned aficionados, we couldn’t resist creating a barrel-aged beer inspired by this classic. We brewed our Stricklander Belgian-style tripel with coriander (Oude Mode is the Flemish translation for old fashioned) and aged it in freshly emptied Kentucky bourbon barrels. After 6 months in whiskey-soaked oak, we moved it onto freshly toasted orange zest for a hint of enticing citrus aromatics that complement the spicy yeast character and woody bourbon notes.
Named after one of our most seasoned employees, this tripel is our take on the traditional Belgian strong pale ale. We brewed this beer with coriander and a classic Belgian yeast strain giving it a spicy, fruity ester note that is followed by a warming, yet dry finish from the alcohol and light malt body.
Audition Pale with Citrus & Chiles
A fun offshoot of our ever-popular Serrano Pale, this pale ale balances enticing citrusy notes with tingly chili heat for an intense flavor experience. Bright American hops and sweet orange zest combine with fresh-roasted Serrano peppers and Aji Amarillo chilies for a unique twist on the classic American pale ale style.
Resilience Butte County Proud IPA
This beer was brewed to support relief efforts for the Camp Fire, the most destructive wildfire in California history. Every dollar Sierra Nevada receives from this beer will go directly to those impacted. Thank you for helping us rebuild our home.
A refreshing fusion of flavor, this bubbly brew blurs the lines of what beer can be. Inspired by fruity, bone-dry rosé wine, we brewed this hybrid session beer with pilsner malt, rice, rose-hips, hibiscus, and a touch of Nelson Sauvin hops. These elements, combined with Japanese saké yeast fermentation, achieve the familiar notes of tart cherry, green melon, and red plum found in rosé -- all without stomping a single grape.
Pub Pale Ale
Its unique piney and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and made this beer a classic.