All of our beers are handcrafted using nothing but the finest hops, barley and
water from—you guessed it—
the High Sierra. Learn more…
Join us for lunch or dinner in our brewery restaurant and enjoy a huge selection of tasty “Tappetizers™”, fresh salads, piled-high sandwiches, delicious pizzas and desserts. Learn more…
This is a big, hoppy beer. Our IPA has a light amber color, strong hop flavor with assertive bitterness. Five special American varieties of hops are balanced with a toasty malt presence. Alcohol content is 6.3% by volume.
Irish Red Ale
In addition to our four flagship beers, our Head Brewer creates seasonal and specialty beers throughout the year.
Also look for delicious hand-crafted sodas on draft.
We hope you enjoy drinking our beers as much as
we enjoy creating them!
Whether you’re in the mood for something light like lettuce wraps or want to pair our beers with a full sausage platter, you’ll find menu items to satisfy any hunger.
Don’t forget High Sierra Brewing Company is now a new home of the “Awful Awful™” – A giant cheeseburger made with a full 1/2 pound patty of ground beef grilled to order, smothered in our Secret Sauce and served on a fresh-baked toasted onion bun with all the trimmings. It’s all served in a basket with a full pound of our award-winning Special Fries.
Part of a group? Enjoy one of our delicious pizzas or decadent desserts… perfect to share!
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Our Brewery can roughly produce 5000 bbl at present configuration. That’s around 155,000 gallons or 10,000 15.5g kegs a year.
All of our brews are crafted in-house by our Head Brewer, Tim Mason. Tim began his brewing career in December 1991 with the Oasis Brewery in Boulder, CO. He was taught and trained by Bill Sherwood, a great Brewmaster now with Stone Brewing Co out of San Diego, CA. In 1994 Tim was made Head Brewer and was with the Oasis until 1996. During that time Tim and his team had a great run at the GABF with multiple medals for their Oatmeal Stout, American Amber, and Brown Ales. Tim also took a gold and silver in the inaugural World Beer Cup in 1996, this was Tim’s last competition before moving to the US Virgin Islands in 1997. He later went on to open the St Croix Chop House and Brewpub for Frank Day of Boulder Beer/Rock Bottom Brewery fame. The name changed to The Fort Christian Brewpub, where Tim brewed until his recent move back to the real world. In addition to that, for the past twelve years he brewed for Foxy’s on the island of Jost Van Dykes in the British Virgin Islands, and also brewed for the Borinquen Brewery in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico while they were between brewers. Prior to brewing, Tim was a luthier/master craftsman working for the Ome Banjo Co.
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High Sierra Brewing Company
865 S Rock Boulevard
Sparks, NV 89431
High Sierra Brewing Company Beers are poured at the following locations:
High Sierra Lanes
John Ascuaga’s Nugget
Gilley’s/John Ascuaga’s Nugget
UNR Football Games
Carson City/Virginia City/ Genoa/ South Lake Tahoe:
Firkin and Fox
High Sierra Tap House
Hard Rock Casino
Gold Hill Hotel
Applebee’s South Lake
7800 Bar (Kirkwood)