Our Sierra Nevada Beer Camp beer, Nuthin’ in Common, is finally available at select locations in Northern California. And I do mean ‘select’, as in we selected them. We chose three locations and some fellow Nor Cal campers from Petaluma will serve it at their place, McNear’s. Below are the dates that this special brew will be tapped at our select establishments. The list times are when we will be hanging out at the location.
Nuthin’ in Common was the first California Common ever brewed at Sierra Nevada. But our version is aggressively hopped, with Cascades and Hallertau Magnums in the brew kettle and Southern Hemisphere and Hop 393 in the dry hop. It came in at 6.6% ABV with 45 IBUs.
Here are a few notes from Sierra Nevada brewer Scott Jennings:
“It has a sweetness to it, nice subtle malt note in there, but the nose is dominantly hops. The dry hopping made it really interesting…a beer that is normally not hoppy has a very nice velvety hop character… Very pine/myrcene, but also quite fruity. You can feel the alcohol warmth but for it’s strength it is very drinkable. Not at all like any steam beer you’ve ever had guaranteed! Very bright, a nice sunset color, good foam.”
Hope you can join us one of these dates!