Writer: Sean Z. Paxton

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Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Ovila Quad clone


Ovila is Sierra Nevada’s Belgian beer line that is brewed in collaboration with the monks at the Abbey of New Clairvaux. Here is a recipe for one of the beers that has been released from that series, their Ovila Quad.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Ruthless Rye IPA clone


While production of Ruthless Rye was discontinued in 2015, fans can still brew this beer. Chinook, Citra®, and US Magnum hops are the shining star in this Rye IPA with a little rye kick that rounds out the hop profile.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale clone


“First introduced in the winter of 1983, Bigfoot is a cult-classic beer brewed in the barleywine style, meaning a strong, robust, bruiser of a beer with the refined intensity of a wine.”

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Celebration clone


First brewed in 1981, Sierra Nevada explains that Celebration Ale is one of the earliest examples of an American-style IPA, and it’s still one of the few hop-forward holiday beers. The intense, hop-heavy beer features Chinook, Centennial, and Cascade hops.

Baking with Beer: Homebrewed Desserts


Barley and wheat have been around since the beginning of our civilization. These two grains are the building blocks for our society as we know it. Yet these grains are used and

Cooking With Tripel


The Trappist tripel ale is a beautiful beverage. My first experience with a tripel was back in 1993 when I had generally been consuming mostly what could be found in the grocery

Hops in the Hog


Farm to table at Sierra Nevada

Celebrating Sierra Nevada: Brewing Tips & Clone Recipes


About twelve years ago, I first met Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Founder Ken Grossman at the Northern California Homebrew Festival in Napa, California. Ken was the keynote speaker. His talk began with

Homebrew Brined Turkey


Put more homebrew on your holiday table by preparing your Thanksgiving turkey with homemade beer.

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