BEER DIARY - Sierra Nevada Beer Camp edition

I was feeling all pleased because I got the new Beer Camp with the intention of splitting it with my friend who shared the previous version with me. Then he said no, this is the same one. I would have sworn that I heard there was a new one. I'm still sharing it, and he said what's good enough to enjoy once is good enough to enjoy twice.
  1. Sweet Sunny South Table Beer, farmhouse ale
    Earthy and tart. Bright and crisp.
  2. West Latitude Session Rye, ale brewed with hibiscus
    Smells earthy yet bright. Flavor is dry and rye! And yet there's a little floral tartness and orangey caramel in the aftertaste.
  3. Moxee-Moron Imperial Session IPA
    What I call neutral flavors up front, then a bit of grassiness in the middle, then some nice orangey caramel balance underneath.
  4. Family Values imperial Brown Ale, Ale brewed with cocoa nibs and honey
    A little bit of raisin, a hint of smoke. Very lively carbonation. I wouldn't mind if this weren't so effervescent. // Now that I've reread the description on the bottle, maybe I think the raisiny flavor is more like Tootsie Roll.
  5. Pat-Rye-Ot Revolutionary Pale Ale, Ale brewed with apples
    Aroma is bright and fruity. Definite rye dryness and perhaps a little extra bitterness. Maybe like chewing a bite with both apple fruit and a bit of twig.
  6. Stout of the Union Robust Stout
    Ever so slight hint of smokiness in the flavor, a bit chocolatey, a bit tobacco-y, and pretty dry.