Best variety pack?

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  1. cello

    cello Initiate (0) Oct 17, 2013 Pennsylvania

    I wish I was able to find it when it was released. :slight_frown:
  2. Chcshammonde

    Chcshammonde Initiate (0) Sep 20, 2014 California

    I bought a bunch of bomber-4-packs for my wedding from Stone. They contained: Arrogant Bastard, Stone IPA, Ruination 1.0 and Sublimely Self-Righteous. Or the last one may have been IRS. Either way, was the best mixer I could remember getting!
  3. SteveSexton203

    SteveSexton203 Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2014 Connecticut

    Makes it a little pricey but its worth it IMO since i know what im grabbing. I am the only person to blame for the beer because i go to the smae store i know whats fresh. Its great 6 pack with DIpa, gose, stout, berliner weisse, pale ale, and a random never had to just try
  4. Bearshawks85

    Bearshawks85 Initiate (0) Jun 12, 2014 Illinois

    Been liking the Sweetwater Variety pack lately. Good price point at $14 for a 12 pack.
  5. Ohmmygawd

    Ohmmygawd Initiate (0) Sep 10, 2013 Minnesota

    Local guys Indeed and Bauhaus make a good mixed pack as well as Summit.
    New drinkers and buyers love it although the process is a nightmare for packaging workers.
  6. beertraveler08

    beertraveler08 Initiate (0) Mar 22, 2016 Louisiana

    Sweetwater Variety pack is pretty awesome,they make some very good IPAs
  7. JMH_

    JMH_ Pooh-Bah (1,884) Feb 24, 2001 New Jersey
    Pooh-Bah Trader

    Our Higher Volume mixed 12pks are indeed back in 2016! We'll have multiple runs of it this year. The first run has already been released and is on the shelves right now, and the next release will be shipping in a few weeks toward the end of April.
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  8. Ryan15237

    Ryan15237 Initiate (0) Jan 5, 2015 Pennsylvania

    I really like variety packs that include seasonal and scratch beers versus the same four beers all of the time. Having said that, Troegs recently changed their seasonal "anthology" packs and did a great job. Also really like the Southern Tier "Pack of Pales", which include their IPA, 2XIPA, Live, and Right-O-Way.
  9. skeeterloveshops

    skeeterloveshops Initiate (0) Dec 24, 2015 California

    Definitely ballast point's new sculpin variety pack.
    4x Grapefruit Sculpin
    4x Pineapple Sculpin
    4x Original Sculpin
  10. Ryancthomas7

    Ryancthomas7 Initiate (0) Nov 4, 2014 California

    Modern Times mixed 10 pack is pretty legit!
  11. TLWalsh

    TLWalsh Initiate (0) Jul 22, 2015 New York

    During the St Patty's week I bought a Guinness variety collection called Brewers Project. Had original stout, Dublin porter and West Indies porter. According to the package. all were brewed at the original St James Gate brewery in Dublin using some old recipes that they decided to reintroduce. Not a bad product, the West Indies was the best of the 3. Sort of pricey, 18 of the 11.5 oz bottles for $25.
  12. SaisonRichBiere

    SaisonRichBiere Initiate (0) Mar 23, 2011 Michigan

    Just picked up a Yards variety pack (Love Stout, Brawler, Philadelphia Pale Ale, IPA). Awesome variety pack. Even if they're all flagships, they're solid representations of their styles.
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  13. rdoggg

    rdoggg Initiate (0) Sep 15, 2012 Pennsylvania

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  14. JimmyTheDook

    JimmyTheDook Initiate (0) Oct 27, 2011 Texas

    Sam Adams Winter Classics from 2011. The one with Black and Brew and Chocolate Bock.

    Boulevard's "Great 8" pack with Tank 7, Tell Tale Tart, Whiskey Barrel Imperial Stout, and The Calling.
  15. JaefromLA

    JaefromLA Initiate (0) May 19, 2015 California


    I'll say it again these two are great to keep stocked in my fridgy. The empty slot it Booming Rollers (citra heavy) right now which might be my fave MT offering besides Blazing Worlds.
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  16. ESHBG

    ESHBG Pooh-Bah (1,857) Jul 30, 2011 Pennsylvania

    I was surprised when I saw it yesterday, great lineup, and I will definitely be picking one up! For those interested it's three each of Sweet Action, The Crisp, Bengali and Resin.
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  17. deleted_user_1007501

    deleted_user_1007501 Initiate (0) Jun 30, 2015

    Stone Mixed 12pk by a longshot for me. Great Lakes Fridge Filler is also decent, perfect for some basic summertime sips.
  18. BWood

    BWood Initiate (0) Jan 4, 2015 California

    Sierra Nevada beer camp variety pack.
  19. AC-Mivsek

    AC-Mivsek Pundit (825) Nov 14, 2012 Ohio

    Great Lakes has some good ones. The have one of their staples and more recently is the fridge filler pack which includes seasonals and a few brand new ones.
  20. Harrison8

    Harrison8 Grand Pooh-Bah (5,609) Dec 6, 2015 Missouri
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    This one is way up there for me. I just wish they would've done a bottle of each beer (Sixth Glass, Tall Glass, Dark Truth Stout, and a filler). That's what I thought it was the first time I glanced at it.

    I think each of Sierra Nevada's are strong variety packs. Some more so than others. They have that High Altitude pack out now, which is pretty sweet. Their 4 way IPA is a great one for someone new to IPAs, or an experienced drinker who just wants summer hoppy brews to throw back.

    As much as I wasn't a fan of any of the brews, Samuel Adam's cabin variety pack was pretty sweet. I got to sample about 5 of their beers that I've never had before.
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