Sierra Nevada / Bell’s Maillard’s Odyssey - Tons of great coffee and chocolate flavor from the roasted malts in this one. Even though the bigger dark ale segment is one of the most saturated I might buy a 4-pack of this.
Sierra Nevada / Asheville Brewers Alliance Tater Ridge - Really didn’t know what to expect with this one. It wasn’t overpoweringly sweet like some Scotch ales I’ve had. If it wasn’t on the label I wouldn’t guess there were sweet potatoes in here.
Sierra Nevada / Firestone Walker Torpedo Pilsner & Sierra Nevada / Ballast Point Electric Ray - Another two that made sense to post together. Wow, these hoppy lagers were great. Really impressed. Would gladly buy a 6-pack of both.
Hill Farmstead Juicy - Taking a break from the Sierra Nevada Beer Camp to say goodbye to Juicy. This was the result of by far our craziest VT beer run - an almost 15 hour round trip in one day with both dogs in tow (details here). The brett is really taking hold on this and seems to have toned down some of the sourness.
Sierra Nevada / Russian River Yvon the Great & Sierra Nevada / Allagash Myron’s Walk - Made sense to put these two together. Really enjoyed both. Definitely near the top of the list so far from the 12 pack.
Sierra Nevada / New Glarus There and Back - I don’t drink a lot of English styles, but really enjoyed this. Don’t know that its going to change my drinking habits, but one-offs like these are what I really enjoy about mixed packs.