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New Summit Variety Pack Features All Award-Winning Beers

By Summit Brewing

After months of hop-forward variety packs, our Summit Mixed Pack is getting a new look! This time, we’re highlighting something different.

The new pack will still feature 12 beers, but the four styles chosen are ones that have received accolades from beer experts around the world.

That’s right! This pack features only the best of the best, the medal winners, the internationally recognized Summit brews. Introducing: the Summit Mixed Pack Best Of Edition!


Returning from its summer hiatus, Summit Great Northern Porter can be found among these award-winning beers. First brewed in 1987, Great Northern Porter won its first award that year as well! At the Great American Beer Festival it took home gold in the Porters category. It then went on to win a few more prizes, including taking home a gold medal at the World Beer Championships in 2003.

Next up, our youngest winner in the pack, Summit Keller Pils. Though only having been a member of our line-up since 2016, this beer made quite a splash when it was first poured! The same year it was released, it was ranked the #2 pilsner in the world by Paste Magazine. This was followed up by a bronze medal at the World Beer Cup and gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival in 2018, both in the Kellerbiers category.

An old favorite is making its return to this pack as well, Summit True Brit IPA. This beloved brew has gone through a few iterations, and along the way has racked up several awards. At the 2003 World Championships it was given a silver medal, and was awarded a silver again in 2013 at the Great American Beer Fest.

Finally, we couldn’t put together a variety pack of award-winners and not include our most recognized beer, Summit Extra Pale Ale. Our renowned flagship has been racking up awards since its inception, most notably receiving a gold medal at the World Beer Cup in 2012 and gold at the Great American Beer Festival in 2016, both in the Classic English Pale Ale category. Along the way, it’s earned 10 awards.