Chico, CA, US

Brian & Ken

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Brian: My father is the smartest man I’ve ever met. He’s very, very driven. Huge amounts of foresight. Passionate guy. He worked a million hours to get his brewery going, but he was very good about making time for us. I remember climbing on grain sacks, and there are pictures of me in case boxes. My dad would put me on the packaging line and push me down. The conveyer system was my slide. I learnt how to ride my bicycle at the brewery. I’ve got millions of memories of the place.

PORTRAIT JOSHUA BLACK WILKINS FROM PALLET ISSUE ONE

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