Beers and Ciders

Fridge Filler Variety Pack


Great Lakes Brewing Company

About Fridge Filler Variety Pack

Two returning favorite meet two sure-to-be favorites in our brand new Fridge Filler Variety Pack, available in all of our distribution markets for a limited time beginning February 29. Each of the pack's 12 bottles features a beautiful new label by artist Darren Booth, and each bottle contains a refreshing escape from winter's cold.

Reunite with fan favorites Holy Moses White Ale and Lawn Seat Kolsch, get a sneak peek of our brand new May seasonal Steady Rollin' Session IPA, or try Hop by Numbers IPA, a brand new beer developed by GLBC pub brewer Steve Forman.


Holy Moses White Ale
Behind the Name:
Refreshment or bust! Orange peel, coriander, anchamomile stake their claim in this unfiltered Wit, named for our fair city’s founder, Moses Cleaveland.
Flavor: An intrepid crew of spices and orange peel blaze a trail to a refreshing, light-bodied landing
ABV: 5.4%
IBU: 20

Lawn Seat Kolsch
Behind the Name:
Spread a blanket, kick o your shoes, and watch our Kolsch’s crisp, spicy hop aromas and laid-back malt finish turn any seat into the best seat in the house.
Flavor: A breezy jam session led by a harmonious chorus of sweet malt and spicy hop flavors
ABV: 4.8%
IBU: 45

Steady Rollin’ Session IPA (New for 2016)
Behind the Name:
Inspired by the Great Lakes region (our big backyard), our single hop Session IPA is brewed for days when you can only guess the time based on where the sun sits in the sky.
Flavor: A vibrant landscape of tropical, fruity Mosaic hop aromas and smooth sailing malt flavors
ABV: 4.8%
IBU: 50

Hop by Numbers IPA (New for 2016)
Behind the Name:
Our pub brewer found his muse in experimental hop 07270’s bright tangerine aromas, then brushed his IPA’s canvas with shades of citrusy Cascade and piney Simcoe hops.
Flavor: Aromatic citrus accents and strokes of pine bitterness blend to highlight a bright amber palette
ABV: 7.2%
IBU: 80

About Great Lakes Brewing Company

Two Irish brothers with limited brewing experience. A city that shuttered its last production brewery in the early 80s. A neighborhood in serious need of a facelift. In 1986 when Patrick and Daniel Conway opened their fledgling operation in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, the odds were stacked against them. Fortunately, they surrounded themselves with a staff of passionate, knowledgeable people, and from the start committed themselves to bringing a sophisticated, diverse selection of craft beer to their home state. Two decades, multiple awards, and a whole lot of stories later, Pat and Dan Conway celebrate over two decades of brewing exceptional beer for their adventurous and discerning customers.

Distributed by these Blue Ridge Beverage Locations:
Salem, Waynesboro, Lynchburg, South Boston, Abingdon