Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Beer Camp 2017

June 28, 2017 | Designed by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

The Sierra Nevada Beer Camp concept began in 2013 as a way to celebrate “spirit of craft and independence through collaborations with like-minded brewers.” Each year, they have collaborated with breweries around the country to create a one-time 12-pack release. Each time around they have found a way to kick things up a notch. This year, Beer Camp has gone international. The “Across the World” pack features their work with six American, and six international breweries.

To celebrate this release, Beer Camp has hit the road on an eight-city festival tour. These events feature live music, street artists, food trucks and hundreds of beers. The tour concludes this Friday, June 30th, in Seattle and you can buy tickets here.

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Atlantic-Style Vintage Ale, brewed in collaboration with Fuller’s Brewery

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Campout Porter, brewed in collaboration with Garage Project

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Dry-Hopped Barleywine Style Ale, brewed in collaboration with Avery Brewing Co.

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Hoppy Belgian-Style Golden Ale, brewed in collaboration with Duvel Moortgat

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Dry-Hopped Berliner-Style Weisse, brewed in collaboration with Saint Arnold

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Dunkel Weisse, brewed in collaboration with Ayinger Brewery

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

East Meets West IPA, brewed in collaboration with Tree House Brewing

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Ginger Lager, brewed in collaboration with Surly Brewing

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Raspberry Sundae Ale, brewed in collaboration with The Bruery

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Thai-Style Iced Tea, brewed in collaboration with Mikkeller

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

West Cost-Style DIPA, brewed in collaboration with Boneyard Beer

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

White IPA, brewed in collaboration with Kiuchi Brewery

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2017

Comments (2)

  1. Love the beer, love the company, but dear goodness gracious!! How they need someone to grab the helm for a redesign or some strategic thoughts. Or trust someone to…

  2. Same thoughts here… I’m a graphic designer working in brewery packaging. I find it so frustrating to see such sub-standard work on a much respected brand. I would totally love a go at re-branding Sierra Nevada 🙂

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