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America’s biggest craft beer celebration is returning as Sierra Nevada has announced initial plans for a 2016 Beer Camp Across America. Launched in 2014, the first Beer Camp featured seven beer festivals, from San Diego to Portland, Maine, with every brewery in the country invited. Sierra Nevada also brewed a 12-pack of collaboration beers with a dozen peers, making an Appalachian Trail–inspired Belgian with Allagash and a Double Latte coffee ale with Ninkasi. Beer Camp was capped off by a tour bus traveling to each festival, filled with Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman and his son Brian, who manages the brand’s Mills River, North Carolina, brewery, along with their closest beer friends, such as Victory’s Bill Covaleski, Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker, and Vinnie Cilurzo from Russian River.
Sierra Nevada tapped just one operation to lead each region, then let that brewery assemble its own team. “We reached out to passionate brewers we respect and share values with,” says Ken Grossman. Despite not repeating any of 2014’s collaborators, the new Beer Camp roster features brewing rock stars like Bear Republic, Odell, Dogfish Head, and The Lost Abbey
As Sierra Nevada’s communications manager Ryan Arnold spread word on Tuesday of next year’s Beer Camp, the 30 brewers were meeting in Mills River to hash out the details and formulate recipes to test. Though the six beers are far from finalized, most teams sough to represent their region, showcasing local ingredients (hop heads will probably enjoy the Pacific Northwest beer) and brewing history, and in some cases designing the beer to match the area’s climate.
While collaborators are brewing the pilot batches, the final product will be produced by Sierra Nevada. One of its brewers is working with each region to ensure the beer can be accommodated by the Chico, California, and Mills River brewhouses. When meeting with the Beer Camp partners, Ken and Brian Grossman stressed not to worry about ingredient costs and simply asked that wild yeast strains — which can spoil unintended beers if mismanaged — be avoided. The only other constraint is that whole-leaf (not pelletized) hops be used, which could lead to minor hop-availability issues.
The Beer Camp ales and (possibly) lagers will be bottled and released near the end of spring 2016 in a 12-pack. Addressing the assembled brewers in Mills River, Sierra Nevada brewmaster Steve Desler said he intended to see that they produce “the best damn 12-pack on any shelf.”
The six festivals will follow in early summer (dates and locations have not been finalized) with one per region. Sierra Nevada expects at least 100 breweries at each event, which will have 3,000 tickets available, as well as a VIP early entrance.
While there will be no tour bus this time, all proceeds from Beer Camp sales will again go to brewing nonprofits. 2014’s beers raised $150,000 that went on to support barley and hops research, as well as local brewery guilds. “Beer Camp is a celebration of craft brewing,” says Ken Grossman. “And we want it to be about giving back to that community.