Stockertown Beverage Center
Mid-State Beverage Co.
Glenwood Beer Distributors
A pioneer in craft beer (hey, that rhymes), Summit EPA has been gracing the pint glasses of serious brew lovers since 1986. Bronze color. Gold medal-winning flavor. With caramel, biscuity malts superbly balanced with an earthy hop bite and juicy citrus.
2-Row Pale, Caramel
Light bronze, 12.5° L
Horizon, Fuggle, Cascade
Authentic Saaz hops from the Czech Republic give our Pilsener just the right amount of spicy floral aroma. With a crisp, refreshing malt backbone and lightly spiced hops, it’s a taste of the Bohemian life.
Moravian 37, Caramel
Golden, 5° L
This traditional English style was originally brewed with extra hops to help it survive the voyage to India. Our IPA is enlightened by spicy herbal hops with a hint of caramel malt sweetness.
2-Row Pale, Caramel, Special B
Bronze, 13° L
Northern Brewer, East Kent Golding, Target, (dry-hopped: East Kent Golding)
Originally named after London market workers who popularized this brew, we dubbed our Porter with a nod to the majestic railway stretching from St. Paul to Seattle. Roasted malts offer up coffee notes leading to a slightly sweet, chocolatey finish. All aboard!
2-Row Pale, Caramel, Chocolate
Black, 60° L
Northdown, Fuggle, Cascade
An inspired hybrid that blurs the boundaries between IPA and Amber styles. The exceptional blend of American hops (including the harder-to-find Horizon variety) gives it an intense pine, citrus and earthy character in the nose and on the tongue.
2-Row Pale, Caramel, Wheat, Cara Red, Black
Amber, 22° L
Summit, Horizon, Amarillo, Cascade
(dry-hopped: Amarillo, Cascade)
Named after the Norse goddess Sága, drinking companion of the God Odin. With a divine tropical fruit hop aroma and clean, assertive bitterness.
2-Row Pale, Caramel
Rich Gold, 9° L
Horizon, Centennial, Amarillo, Citra, Rakau (dry-hopped: Amarillo, Citra, Rakau)
Brewed in the Spring
This traditional German style earned the nickname “liquid bread” because it was brewed by monks to help them get through Lenten fasting. Moravian 37 malts and Czech Saaz hops give it a toasted sweetness with a little spice in the finish.
Moravian 37, Munich
Dark Blonde, 9° L
Saaz, Mt. Hood
Brewed in the Summer
This highly drinkable session beer is made for sunny days and long nights. With a crisp, clean bitterness appealing to casual and serious beer drinkers alike. The refreshing fruity and floral hop aroma is a pleasant reminder to savor the season while you can.
Moravian 37, Cara Pils, Malted White Wheat,
Pale Straw, 4° L
Mt. Hood, New Zealand Wakatu
Brewed in the fall
Brewed in the classic Märzen style with Northern Brewer hops from Germany. Rich, toffee malt flavors up front with a clean hop finish as crisp as the autumn air. Unfortunately, like the fall colors, this seasonal beer is gone before you know it.
Moravian 37, Caramel, Munich, 2-Row Pale
Bronze, 15° L
Northern Brewer, Tettnanger, Saaz
Brewed in the Winter
One taste and it’s easy to see why the Brits call this style Winter Warmer. Nutty, roasted malt flavor with hints of coffee, caramel, cocoa and a dash of hop spice. It’ll warm your cockles. Whatever those are.
2-Row Pale, Caramel, Carafa II
Brown, 40° L
Willamette, Fuggle, Tettnanger
The Summit Unchained Series gives our brewers free rein to create any beer style they want. To reinvent obscure traditional brews. To choose the finest, rarest and (gulp) spendiest ingredients. The result? Small batches. Huge flavor.
Released every so often
Brewing has always been about discovery. For the Summit Union Series, we scour the globe for new (and sometimes rare) hops and malts. Then we add equal parts craft and creativity to bring you a whole new brew.
While its cascading rich black color will be familiar to Stout enthusiasts, ours is decidedly different. It's made with naked oats from the UK, for one. Smooth and slightly sweet, with hints of coffee, caramel and chocolate. Sold only on draught in select places.
2-Row Pale, Caramel, Oats, Crystal, Roasted Barley, Chocolate
Pitch black, 80° L
Northern Brewer, East Kent Golding, Fuggle