Thursday, January 18, 2018

Sierra Nevada new beers -

In stock now at Forsyth

  • Sierra Nevada Hop Bullet back in stock
  • Sierra Nevada Torpedo in 12 pack cans
Plus these new beers....

Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA...$7.99 / 6pk cans
A hop-heavy, unfiltered, hazy little thing called IPA.
As brewers, we get the privilege to sample our beers straight from the tanks in all their raw glory. Some beers need a little polishing to get ready to go out into the world, while others—the hop-heavy, rowdy, crowd-pleasers—should just be left alone. We wanted to share this brewery-only treat with you, so we present this Hazy Little Thing, our unfiltered, unprocessed IPA, straight from the tanks and into the can.

Sierra Nevada 4-Way IPA...$13.99 mix 12 pack
For more than 30 years, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of hop-forward beers. This collection of IPAs is our gift to you. Our 4-Way IPA pack features our island-inspired Tropical Torpedo, a returning favorite red IPA, and two all-new IPAs exploring the range of hop flavor.

Sierra Nevada Know Good IPA
You think you know good IPA?
This straightforward, slightly hazy, American IPA has just enough malt body to launch the citrus and floral hop notes straight to your palate, making Know Good perfect for today or any day. When it comes to hop flavor, we know what good is, and you do, too.

Sierra Nevada No Middle Ground Coffee IPA

Cold-brewed coffee and fruit-forward hops create a unique IPA
At first glance, it might seem strange to combine coffee and hoppy beer, but really, the two flavors have a lot in common. Good coffee and hops both have complex and fruity aromas which create layers of flavor. No Middle Ground is brewed with fruit-forward hop varietals and cold-brewed coffee for a unique take on the IPA.

Sierra Nevada Flipside Red IPA
Citrusy and fruit-forward hops soar over a smooth malt body.
Flipside finds the perfect balance between hops and malt in this easy-drinking red IPA. It features just enough smooth and slightly sweet malt body to support huge citrusy and tropical fruit-forward hop flavors from the use of Simcoe, Citra, and Centennial hops.

Sierra Nevada Tropical IPA
A tropical take on the American IPA
Inspired by the island life, we created an IPA completely disconnected from the mainland. We used our one-of-a-kind Hop Torpedo to deliver an intense rush of hop flavor and the lush aromas of mango, papaya, and passionfruit with every sip. Enjoy our tropical twist on the American IPA.


Anonymous said...

Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA is $6.99 at Total Wine. Do not care to hear lackluster excuses about "loss leaders" or any other attempt at justification.

Paul Hayden said...

We offer very low prices, unfortunately, no place can be the cheapest on everything.
I check their prices very frequently and know that we are more often the same or lower.
Next time you are there check some more prices and compare them to ours.
Send me an email and I will give your our prices.
I wish I could find this one post, but somebody posted a picture of a beer on their shelf and I could see about 5 prices and all of them were higher than ours. You obviously are a regular of theirs, next time you shop there send me a picture of the receipt and I will compare our prices for you.

While you are there - check these prices
Urban Chestnut Underdog - our price $12.99 - they are $14.99
Last time I was there, they were $1 higher on all 4pks of Urban Chestnut.

Recent liquor I checked - Skyy Vodka 1.75 we are $15.99 they are $18.49 (checked last week)

Anonymous said...

Why does Wine & Cheese author assume that the OP is "obviously a regular" of Total Wine, and state it as fact with no verbiage anywhere to support the claim? More-so, why does the Wine & Cheese author care? That statement could have been omitted entirely, as it is presumptuous and reads borderline aggressive.

Paul Hayden said...

Sorry, did not mean it to be aggressive and did not think I was aggressive. I did not even mean it as a "negative" thing? Not sure where you came up with that? I know there are plenty of options for buying your wine, beer and spirits. I know people shop around and I completely understand that. I just wrongly assumed you are a regular since you pointed out that our price was higher without me even mentioning them. I guess I should of said, if you are a regular there, please check more prices to compare, one price does not determine for the whole store. In print, I guess the statement might sound aggressive (along with the typo "you obviously"), but it was not intended that way. I was just trying to say we do our best to offer great prices, but we might not be the cheapest on everything. But I feel across the board our prices are tough to beat.