Now in cans and on tap, the Field House Brewing Summer Mixed Pack.

Hot off the canning line, straight from the presses, Field House has released a unique six-pack, simply called the Summer Mixed Pack. Mirroring the brand's artistic approach to simplicity, the box and cans evoke subtlety during a time when intellectual property imitation is on the rise. Included in this six-pack, are two of the brand’s newest beers Summer Pils and Cali Common.

Summer Pils. Released back on May 5th, this edition has been given an exterior makeover while maintaining what's inside. Brewed with Amarilloa and Citra hops, the beer has been described as light and "crushable" for its low-alcohol, citrus flavour, and aroma character. At 5% ABV and 15 IBU, this beer is available now in cans, the Summer Mixed Pack, and on draft.

Cali Common. Brewed in the style of the common man, the California Common is a lager aged at higher temps than the traditional lager. At 5% ABV and 25 IBU, you might find yourself shelving the traditional lawnmower beer, for one of these. Look for Cali Common to accompany Summer Pils in the Summer Mixed pack and on draft at the taproom.

For more information about Field House Brewing including hours and current draft list, visit https://fieldhousebrewing.com.

About Field House Brewing Company

Our team, alongside the beer we make, is probably the thing we’re most proud of in starting Field House. We are a small, diverse, talented team that is immensely passionate about creating a craft beer experience.

Because we are so small, everyone works so hard to pull off initiatives with finite resources to make some magic happen. They are passionate about beer and our community, but they also all have so many hidden talents – photography, writing, cooking, welding, video, teaching, etc. and they are kind enough to share those talents with this business. They all bring their A-game, every day and we’re so grateful for that.

And the best part, we have a LOT of fun together, all while getting to make and serve you craft beer that’s proudly made in East Abby.