Sierra Nevada’s imperial version of Hazy Little Thing. A bold hoppy IPA that is less hazy but more IIPA.
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen or had this porter from Sierra Nevada. Like many of the early beer experimentation days, they all seemed to stem from Sierra Nevada.
Brewery: Sierra Nevada in Chico, California USA Style: Grand Cru ABV: 9.2% Rate Beer: 99/100 Pour: ***lost review from 2016***500th blog post*** Toffee brown with no head. I had been saving this beer for a special occasion. I always envisioned it would be a happy one, but unfortunately this beer is to celebrate the short life […]
Brewery: Saint Archer in San Diego, California USA Style: Kolsch ABV: 4.8% Rate Beer: 34/100 Pour: ***lost review from 2016*** Pale light yellow with minimal to no head on pour. This one is a little disappointing. Stock standard beer that looks and tastes like it would sit next to a Miller’s Lite or Coors. Only good […]
Brewery: Saint Archer in San Diego, California USA Style: IPA ABV: 7% IBUs: 66 Rate Beer: 90/100 Pour: ***lost review from 2016*** Pale yellow colour with slight head that holds for a few minutes in the glass Typical west coast style IPA with that hop bitterness bite. Not a lot of malt going on. More of […]
Brewery: Saint Archer in San Diego, California USA Style: Witbier ABV: 5% Rate Beer: 50/100 Pour: ***lost review from 2016*** Cloudy pale yellow with good head that bubbles and fades quickly Great take on a white ale. Crisp, fresh, banana undertones and perfect for watching the cricket on a summers day. Had this first time in […]
This big, bold, unfiltered double IPA is the kind of beer I have been craving of late. Hoppy, resiny and as the kids would say, thicc.
This typifies the West Coast IPA style that relaunched IPAs into the behemoth style it is today.