Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Across America: All Good Things Must End

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SIERRA NEVADA CONCLUDES BEER CAMP ACROSS AMERICA FESTIVAL TOUR

The largest celebration of craft beer in history comprised seven cities,

hundreds of breweries and thousands of beer fans

After 4,800 whirlwind miles over two weeks (July 19–Aug. 3), Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. early this month finished Beer Camp Across America, a traveling beer festival that [Read more...]

Sierra Nevada Fall Pack Features Two New Beers, Two Timeless Classics

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Credit: Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is premiering two brand new beers in its second seasonal variety 12-pack of the year. The Fall Pack seasonal sampler, heading to distributors this week, re-imagines classic styles and highlights timeless [Read more...]

Sierra Nevada Releases new Beer in conjunction with Beer Camp Across America

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Photo Credit: Sierra Nevada

Hello, fellow beer lovers! Our friends at Sierra Nevada Brewing are less than one month away from the launch of Beer Camp Across America, a seven- city traveling beer tour where guests can meet, mingle, and sample some of the best brew the [Read more...]

Beer Camp Across America: A Seven City Tour of American Craft Beer

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Want to partake in the greatest celebration of American craft beer to date? It takes place beginning July 19, 2014 and runs through August 3, 2014 with stops in seven cities across the United States. The event is [Read more...]

Sierra Nevada Lip Balm: Pucker Up With Some Cascade Hops

Sierra Nevada, craft brewer extraordinaire and maker of some very popular beers that span the spectrum, has announced a new product; one that contains plenty if hop oils but is completely free from malt and yeast. The product is Sierra Nevada Lip Balm and it joins mustard, tap handles, sweatshirts, and other non- beer items in the Sierra Nevada catalog.

Sierra Nevada Lip Balm might sound at first like a novelty item (I can just hear the bad humor right now), but this is a serious product meant to soothe and protect the lips. The lip balm is an all natural product containing hop oils and a minty scent/flavor. It even offers 15 SPF of protection and those who have tried it say that without Sierra Nevada’s name on the label, they would never know the product was hop- infused because it smells and tastes minty.

 

Sierra Nevada is marketing this product along with others in its growing catalog of non- beer items. This one is unique among the Sierra Nevada collection because it is the first one that is beauty oriented. The company has been selling shirts, pint glasses, coasters, etc. for some time, but Sierra Nevada Lip Balm is the first entry into the world of beauty and it will be interesting to see if Sierra Nevada continues to expand.  Could Sierra Nevada eye shadow and nail polish be just around the corner? It may sound far- fetched, but a year ago the thought of a craft brewery offering lip balm would have elicited a good chuckle and shaking of the head, yet the product is now reality.

 

At a cost of only one dollar, consumers could buy about eight tubes of Sierra Nevada Lip Balm for same cost as one six pack of Sierra Nevada pale ale. Its price is certainly economical, but I think I will keep my hops inside my glass of brew. The thought of Cascade hops glistening on my lips and not coating my stomach just seems like a waste of a good herb.