Taproom

Legendary beer, great food, and good company.

At the Sierra Nevada Taproom and Restaurant you’ll find the ultimate counterpart to our award winning ales and lagers. Stop by to sample one of our 19 beers on tap accompanied by artfully prepared gourmet meals and dishes made with local, seasonal, sustainable ingredients. From fresh produce grown in the Sierra Nevada Estate Garden and bread baked on site with spent brewer’s grain to artisanal meats, cheeses and our very own Sierra Nevada beef, you can expect only the highest quality and greatest taste from farm to table.

Currently on Tap

Peacho de Chico

A golden ale brewed with peaches, Peacho de Chico pours golden and slightly hazy in the glass with an aroma of stonefruit and white peach.

Sidecar Orange Pale Ale

This beer has a pop of bright orange flavor that emphasizes the natural citrus-heavy character of Cascade, Equinox and Mandarina hops. Brewed with orange peel added directly to the kettle, and all the classic hop flavor you'd come to expect from our all-new take on the hop-forward fruit beer.

Schwarzbier

Dark in color but light in body, this German “black beer” is one of our more sessionable offerings. Slight smoke rises through the roasty nose, and a mouth-coating creaminess sets up a bittersweet, dry finish.

Otra Vez

Otra Vez is a tangy twist on the nearly extinct gose style. It combines the zip of prickly pear cactus with a hint of grapefruit for a bright and refreshing finish.

Keller Pils

Traditionally, kellerbiers were a treat for visitors to a German brewery. The name refers to unfiltered beer straight from the cellar. Our Keller Pils is an unfiltered version of a German Pilsner, hazy and medium-bodied, with a bready malt flavor and floral hop bite.

Oktoberfest

We’re exploring the roots of Germany’s famous Oktoberfest beers. Each year, we partner with a different German brewer to explore a different approach to the style. This year we’re working with Bamberg, Germany’s Mahrs Bräu on a new version of the classic style. This authentic version of the festival beer is deep golden in color with a rich malt complexity, but with a noticeable spicy hop character from the use of the nearly forgotten Record hop varietal.

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