Cannery Row and Sierra Nevada set record for largest tap takeover

Colin Joliat Alcohol & Food Editor

I’ve been singing the praises of tap takeovers as the ideal way to try all a brewery has to offer, but this is just ridiculous. Sierra Nevada and Cannery Row Brewing Co. teamed up to break the record for largest selection of beers from one brewery on tap with seventy-three brews!

Seventy-three different beers from Sierra Nevada on tap in one bar seems absolutely absurd. I didn’t even know they had that many different options. To think I was singing Dogfish Head’s praises for the 17-variety tap takeover I went to earlier this year. This a perfect example of why you should always drink at the brewery or their tap room when possible. Limited edition, special release, or experimental brews rarely make it to shelves, and you can’t expect everyone to throw a huge event like this very often (or ever). Props to Cannery Row for getting the job done.

via Beer Pulse

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