Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Coming to Town

If you haven't yet heard of the Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Across America release, you're about to have your mind blow. Sierra Nevada did a collaboration with 12 other US breweries and made a mixed 12-pack out of the results. The list of breweries they teamed up with is nothing short of amazing and the brews sound fantastic. (Of course, how could you expect anything less from those that invented American Pale Ale?) Here are the beers included in the case:

3 Floyds - Chico King - Pale Ale
Allagash - Myron's Walk - Belgian Style Pale Ale
Asheville Brewers Alliance - Tater Ridge - Scottish Ale w/ Sweet Potatoes
Ballast Point - Electric Ray - India Pale Lager
Cigar City - Yonder Bock - Tropical Maibock
Bell's - Maillard's Odyssey - Imperial Dark Ale
Firestone Walker - Torpedo Pilsner - Hoppy Pilsner
New Glarus - There and Back - English-Style Bitter
Ninkasi - Double Latte Coffee Milk Stout
Oskar Blues - CANfusion - Rye Bock
Russian River - Yvan the Great - Belgian Blonde
Victory Brewing - Alt Route - Altbier

The 12-packs hit the shelves in KS yesterday but are super limited. I'm unclear about what's happening on the Missouri side so far. I believe the cases were supposed to be delivered yesterday as well, but I haven't heard anything about them actually being out yet. (See the update below.)

However, you can guarantee yourself a taste tomorrow at Barley's on Midland! They're rolling out all the beers in 3 flights through the night. Flying Saucer will also be hosting an event next Monday, July 21st with all 12 of the beers on tap.

If we hear anything else about the 12-packs in retail on the MO side, we'll let you know! Happy beer hunting!

UPDATE: North KC Beverage has confirmed that the 12-packs will be hitting liquor store shelves starting Wednesday on the Missouri side. It sounds like all the cases shipped out in KS are already gone. Good luck!


  1. Gone in Kansas.

  2. I believe they're only going to serve them in 4 beer flights each hour. They've got them on draft, but I think they've only got a 1/6th barrel of each which will go pretty fast (1/6th barrel = 40 pints).

    I think they just want to give everyone a chance to get a sample if they want. I would guess that they'll open it up to full pours if they have some left after the 7 o'clock flight, but I wouldn't assume they're going to have any left.

  3. Sounds awesome, thanks