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shelly :

Has Sierra Nevada always had a IPA? I've never seen it before until recentley, and it has "2007" on the bottle, which leads me to believe it's new (I saw on their website that it's a sping seasonal). I'm very familiar with their beer & I love IPA's -so I'm just shocked that I wouldn't know if Sierra Nevada has one or not...

C J :
"I had one last summer. So they aren't brand new."
Chef Rachel :
"From my understanding (from my favorite bar tender) this is a seasonal beer for the summer. If it is extremely popular, who knows, it might stick around for good. But my guess is that it will go away as soon as they get ready to release another seasonal. (Much like Breckenridge does with their Pandora's Bock and Abita does with their Christmas Ale). It will mostly likely return if it does leave though. Hope that helps. :o)"
devildollbaby :
"Yes they have, it's seasonal. They do not selll it year round."
W j :
"Sierra Nevada IPA came out in the spring of 2006. At first, this seasonal IPA by Sierra Nevada doesn't taste significantly different than the brewery's flagship Pale Ale. As the beer warms, you start to get more bitterness. Though this bitterness becomes fairly pronounced, this is probably more subtle variety of hop than is used in typical West Coast IPAs. Not knowing what Sierra had in mind, initial reaction was that this was a rather tame example of the IPA style"
stephen k :
"They have, but it's like their Barleywine Ale., as it is seasonal and you may have missed it"
Amy L :

The Laws Field Guide to the Sierra Nevada is a beautiful companion to your other books on the region and a great place to start if you are just beginning a collection. This book is sure to go with me on my next trip. The authors' deep love of nature and "insatiable curiosity" comes through on every page. Every time I visit the area I learn more about the region's native flora and fauna. And if you want to learn more about Laws, visit his website, at. The more we learn about areas we love, the better prepared we are to help conserve the natural resources there.

¨Śŵâĝĝŝ¨ :
"Woah, thank you very much for the info and the link. I am a huge nature lover, and a native Californian. I have hiked and backpacked all over the Sierras. I will look for this book."
Chip Sweatervest :
"Wow! Sounds great. Personally, I prefer Anchor Steam, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with a nice Sierra Nevada!! Thanks for the tip!"
birdgirl :
"Thanks for the tip..I will definitely have to check it out. I lived and worked up in the Sierra Nevada for 4 months studying the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. I really love it there..absolutely gorgeous!!"
Mrs. Kevin Jonas♥ :

Please help, i searched the web on yahoo and I even asked a friend to help, and he could not find anything. The chocies are.. The Sierra Nevada ranges are considered part of the? 1.Pacific Ranges 2.Atlantic Ranges 3.Aleutian Islands 4.Alaska Range THANKS to all of you who help me with this question!!!

redunicorn :
"Think about it. It is not close to Alaska or the Aleutian Islands. It is really far from the Atlantic. So you should be able to figure it out."
trimetrov :
"Look at your choices, and narrow them down. Find the Sierra Nevadas on a map. Then find the Pacific & Atlantic Oceans, Alaska, and the Aleutian islands. Which of these are the Sierra Nevadas closest to?"
esage321 :
"I would say the Sierra Nevada Range. I know they are not part of the Cascades, Lessen is the southern most one of them."
Alan Turing :
"Pacific Ranges. I've hiked over 1,200 miles in the Sierra Mountains."
kwb1965 :
"google it, look at a map, anything but being a lazy bum"
Jerry P :
"1. Pacific Ranges (2. Atlantic would be east coast, while the Sierras are in California; 3,4) Aleutian and Alaska are in the subarctic and arctic, not in California.)"

 

Comments on Sierra Nevada

champ_rock
Date: 2008-02-05 20:28:13

One train was pulled to Reno, Nev., and its 165 passengers were put up in a hotel, Amtrak spokeswoman Karina Romero said.The other train, which was headed from Emeryville to Chicago, remained in the mountains until the tracks were cleared Saturday morning.


chubeti
Date: 2008-02-05 20:28:13

More than 150 people remained on board a train stuck in the Northern California mountains Saturday after a snow plow fell through the tracks and blocked its path, officials said.Two Amtrak trains and about 400 had passengers were initially stranded after the accident Friday. One train was pulled to Reno, Nev., 165 passengers


articleguru
Date: 2008-02-05 20:28:13

Zephyr Cove, located on the Nevada side of Tahoe, is an old-fashioned resort with all the comforts of modern living. Our tidy, two room cabin included a microwave in the fully-stocked kitchen, cable TV, and even a data line for dial-up email service. Our immaculate two room cabin was furnished in heavy knotty pine and cool in the midday sun.


blackrock
Date: 2008-02-05 20:28:13

Sierra Nevada Brewing, the makers of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, make an annual offering of Barley Wine, known as Big Foot. Here is a review of a now 8 year old vintage. Read on for more.




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