Review of Sierra Nevada Southern Hemisphere Harvest (2013)

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What’s up folks?  It’s time for another craft beer review and today I’m going to be trying the Southern Hemisphere Harvest brewed by the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company located in Chico, California.

I’ve had these Harvest beers in the past, but it’s been a while, so I’m really looking forward to trying this one.

From the website, sierranevada.com, I found this description of the beer.

Featuring fresh-picked New Zealand hops, shipped straight from the Southern Hemisphere.

In 2008, we launched the southern counterpart to our popular Harvest Ale, featuring fresh hops picked, dried and shipped from New Zealand within seven days of the fields. Southern Hemisphere is a south-by-north fusion that showcases the intriguing floral and herbal flavors and aromas of New Zealand-grown Southern Cross, Pacifica and Motueka hops.

Sounds good enough to me.  Let’s pour.

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This 6.7% ABV beer poured from a 25.4 oz. bottle.

It discharged a…

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