Mother Earth Brew Co Announces The Love Pack Cannd Variety Pack

imageFrom Mother Earth Brew Co:

Mother Earth Brew Co. of Vista, CA has released their innovative “Love Pack” 12-count mix-pack containing four different beers to distribution starting this month. The “Love Pack” involves a unique package design created by Mother Earth that features windows displaying “Resinator Hop Series” as well as a “Brewer’s Choice” seasonal offering.

The “Love Pack” carries twelve cans in total from Mother Earth’s outstanding line-up including flagship beers “Cali Creamin’ Vanilla Cream Ale” and “Boo Koo Mosaic IPA” as well as a selection from the “Resinator Hop Series” starting with fan favorite “Hop Diggity” Double IPA and a “Brewer’s Choice” beer beginning with the much anticipated debut in cans of their extremely popular “Sin Tax” Imperial Peanut Butter Stout.

“With the unique packaging design of Love Pack we are able to satisfy our consumers demand for variety and choice while still providing access to fan favorites at a very reasonable price.” says Mother Earth Vice President Kevin Hopkins.

MOTHER EARTH BREW CO. RELEASES THE "LOVE PACK" CRAFT CAN MIX-PACK TO DISTRIBUTION

Hopkins continues; “Building windows into the packs means that we can ensure that we have the right beer in place based on popularity and seasonality in every state that we serve while maintaining the foundation built on flagships like Cali Creamin’ Vanilla Cream Ale and Boo Koo IPA.”

Demand for “Love Pack” was so high that pre-orders exceeded initial estimates, however Mother Earth was well-prepared and increased production to ensure a constant and adequate supply. 

Love Pack is currently shipping to the following states CA, WA, OR, ID, NV, AZ & HI and is available wherever craft beer is sold.

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