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Mezzanine Doors: 7:00 PM | Big Room Doors: 7:30 PM
Sierra Nevada Presents! The Celebration Beer Release Party
The start of Celebration season is a festive event. We can’t start brewing until the first fresh hops have arrived, but once they have the season is officially under way and we’re here to kick off the party!
This year’s Celebration Beer Release Party will include a complete Celebration IPA & Friends Tap Takeover, a complete Mezzanine Menu Takeover, offering your holiday favorites small-plate style, Charlie Brown’s Christmas Album performed live and Celebration Gifts for all! And it wouldn’t be a holiday party without a little caroling, so we’ll be bringing you a Live Karaoke Band so you can really belt out your holiday cheer. Last but not least, we’ll be having an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest, winner taking home a Sierra Nevada gift certificate.
It’s Time for Celebration.
Tap Takeover Menu:
Hazy Little Thing
Northern Hemisphere Harvest Ale
Old Chico Crystal Wheat
Turkey Sliders $10
–Slow roasted turkey breast, caramelized onions, cranberry Celebration reduction, pale ale buttermilk bun
Mini Shepherd’s Pie $12
–Beef and veggie shepherd’s pie, Celebration gravy, sheep’s milk cheesy mashed potatoes
Fried Green Beans $7
–Cajun spiced green beans, spicy roasted red pepper remoulade
Sweet Potato Chips $7
–Drizzled with honey malt
Harvest Salad $10
–Wild rice, butternut squash, kale, apples, dried cherries, toasted pecans, homemade corn bread croutons, apple cider vinaigrette
Celebration Pumpkin Pie $5
–Celebration caramel sauce, vanilla whipped cream
Sierra Nevada Presents! A Beer Release Party in the Big Room in Chico, CA
Tickets On Sale: Friday September 21 at 10:00 AM
Doors: 6:00 PM | Food Service 6:00-7:30PM
Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys: 7:30 PM
Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys
“Mr. Broussard and his Cowboys are fabulous: You start moving in your seat as soon as their rhythmic, rich melodies, both joyous and mournful, flood the theater.”
— New York Times
“Jeffery Broussard has long been respected as one of the greatest accordion players to ever grace our beautiful Creole culture and for that matter the world.”
— Don Cravins, Sr., Mayor of Opelousas, LA (Zydeco Capital of the World)
Across the Atchafalaya Basin — away from the jazz, blues, brass bands, second line processions, and parades of New Orleans — there exists along the bayous, crawfish ponds, and rice fields of the prairie lands of Southwest Louisiana, a uniquely Louisianan cultural area with its own music and dance traditions — that of the French-speaking Louisiana Creole people. Born in Lafayette, Louisiana to Ethel and Delton Broussard, Jeffery is the youngest of eleven children (with five brothers and five sisters). The family lived in Frilot Cove, Louisiana, a rural community northwest of Opelousas, on a farm where his father was a sharecropper. As is the case with many Zydeco musicians, Jeffery’s career started very early in life (at the age of 8) playing drums in his father’s band, the renowned Delton Broussard & The Lawtell Playboys. It’s quite possible that without the struggle and hard times he experienced in life, Jeffery could not sing and play with the emotion and the soul he expresses. His range, seldom seen in Zydeco, includes traditional songs of the old masters, original tunes, single-note and triple-note accordion, and fiddle. Jeffery Broussard is one of the genre’s most dynamic performers.
Watch them here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7m_G1_ob7Jk&feature=youtu.be
A Heritage Series in the Big Room in Chico, CA
Join us at the Sierra Nevada Taproom in Mills River on Saturday, October 10th from 2pm to 5pm for a free show with Eleanor Underhill and Friends. Also check out her most recent solo record “Navigate the Madness” just released.
Eleanor Underhill & Friends banded together in 2014 to create music that would entertain the dancer and the listener alike. With genre-bending grooves, thoughtful original compositions, and cover songs you would never expect from a banjo-fronted band, they create a sound that blends elements of Americana, world, pop, jazz, reggae, and acoustic rock. Unafraid to launch from Radiohead’s Creep into TLC’s Creep and back again, Eleanor Underhill and Friends thrives on experimentation and boundary-pushing.
Eleanor Underhill, singer, songwriter, and banjo player, is best known from her work with Americana-folk group Underhill Rose. Christopher Chappell Pyle, drummer and percussionist, toured the world over with Royal Trucks, Soulgrass Rebellion, The Get Right Band and most recently The Artimus Pyle Band and Chappell. Zack Page is a mainstay in the Asheville music scene, lending his upright bass talents to The Page Brothers, One Leg Up, regional jazz jams, and countless other notable acts. Eleanor Underhill and Friends features guests from the Asheville music scene at most shows, so you never know what surprises await.
Amphitheater Stage at the Taproom at Sierra Nevada, Mills River, NC from 2pm to 5pm - Free Show
Join us at the Sierra Nevada Taproom in Mills River on Saturday, October 20th from 7pm to 9:30pm for a free show with The Groove Orient.
The Groove Orient is an Orlando, FL based high energy five piece Rock n Roll band with heavy influences in jazz and blues. The Groove Orient is set to release their debut full-length, self-titled album this December followed by a national tour in support of the record.
For more information visit www.TheGrooveOrient.com
Amphitheater Stage at the Taproom at Sierra Nevada, Mills River, NC from 7pm to 9:30pm - Free Show
A celebration of all things hops!
Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Hop Harvest Festival returns for its fourth showcase of the best hop-forward brews of the season.
On October 20, 2018, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and the California Craft Brewers Association are hosting the biennial Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Hop Harvest Festival, a celebration of our passion for these lupulin laden beauties, and the adventurous brewers who explore the boundaries of their explosive flavors. During the season when hops are luscious and dewy, and the time from field to kettle is a matter of life or death, we’ve invited the best breweries from across the U.S. (and beyond) to pour their coveted hop-centric creations.
Sierra Nevada Hop Field, Chico CA