YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR THE WRONG BEER FOR MONTHS. HERE ARE THE TOP TEN WAYS WE’VE HEARD YOU MISPRONOUNCE SUMMIT SKIP ROCK.
10) Slip Dock – Be careful getting into the boat, especially if you’ve had a few.
9) Ship Rock – A popular musical genre more commonly known as yacht rock.
8) Slip Rock – Ouch, broken leg.
7) Shore Sitter – At one point we were going to call the beer Shore Sitter, but we thought better of it.
6) Ship Dock – Don’t forget to tie up the boat after you’ve crawled back to shore.
5) Shipwreck – Don’t operate the boat if you’ve been drinking Summit beer, guys.
4) Ziplock – Can’t use this. It’s trademarked as hell.
3) Slipknot – A once-popular metal band from Iowa, known for wearing scary masks.
2) Rimshot – Punctuation for Dad Jokes.
1) Split Rock – A very nice lighthouse on Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior.
SKIP THE GARNISH. CHART YOUR OWN COURSE.
Brewed with oats and malted and flaked wheat for a soft, full body, Summit Skip Rock is a Belgian-style White Ale brewed with tangerine peel from California and New Mexico. Featuring orange and floral notes from fresh-ground coriander, and balanced flavors and aromas of zesty citrus and spice, Skip Rock is slightly sweet and just a little tart beneath the surface. Best of all, it needs no garnish.
Garnishing a White Ale with a wedge of citrus may be popular, but doing so is like settling for the treadmill when what you really want is an untamed trail. And whether you’re snowshoeing to your campsite through three-foot drifts, cozying up to a crackling fire, or hiking along some rocky, unnamed beach during a slow summer sunset on the North Shore, no flavor shortcut or gym membership can compete with the thrill of a genuine, authentic exbeerience.
Brewed carefully and in celebration of our Midwest region’s four distinct seasons, Summit Skip Rock integrates citrus peel and spice into a balanced and tart white ale, leaving behind the pulpy rinds rimming glasses of lesser beers. So, let some other folks enjoy the convenience of those roadside RV parking stalls and gummy, soggy orange wedges. Instead, skip the garnish and chart your own course through someplace wild and refreshing. You’ll have earned your reward.
Find Summit Skip Rock on draft and in 6-packs and 12-packs of 12-oz. cans. Available year-round wherever delicious, independently made beers are kept cold.