Sierra Nevada Brewing
Sierra Nevada Beer
Sierra Nevada is the seventh-largest in the US. And a third-largest with a privately owned brewery. The Sierra Nevada came up with the name because of the founder's love of hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountain. The founder of the Company was Ken Grossman and Paul Camusi as well. They base the Sierra Nevada in Chico, California, in the US.
Sierra Nevada Brewing History
Both founders take a loan of $50.000 from their friend. And then rented a warehouse in business. So they parted the junked dairy farm pieces of equipment and garbage metal. Because to create a brewing pack for the Sierra Nevada. So the copper-encased old-world styled Sierra Nevada brewery has a modern glow on its picturesque suburbs. And the amber hue glimmers inside its walls as well.
Sculptured kettles are an essential part of the process. Because that converts highly selected ingredients into finely crafted beer. They call this the mash tun. The mash tun is where we will pump all that milled malted barley, and we will add boiling water. So think oatmeal in your head as far as what it looks like;