Starr Hill Brewery's Releases Summer Jam Can Variety 16-Pack

imageFrom Starr Hill:

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - (June 14, 2017) Starr Hill Brewery ecstatically presents the release of Summer Jam, their first ever can variety pack hitting the road for the season of music festivals, barbeques and pool parties. The 16-pack showcases four different Starr Hill beers in 12 oz. cans, three of which make their debut in the can format for this limited release package.

Remastered Grateful Pale Ale headlines the Summer Jam set, newly remixed with more citrus hop flavor and balanced with a fuller body. The full lineup of the variety pack includes:

“We’re thrilled to release this unique package as our first can variety pack just in time for summer,” says Jack Goodall, Marketing Manager at Starr Hill Brewery. “As the temperatures rise and craft beer fans hit the road for their own summer tours, these cans are the perfect companion for any outdoor adventure.”

Summer Jam Can Variety 16-Pack

To pump up the summer jams, the Starr Hill team has also curated a collaborative Spotify playlist of their favorite songs for the season on their website at The two-hour setlist mixes new releases with classic hits and covers a wide range of musical stylings to pair with these refreshing beers and summer fun.

Summer Jam Spotify Playlist

Summer Jam Can Variety Pack is now available in retail locations across Starr Hill’s distribution area. To find Summer Jam and other Starr Hill beers in your area, visit

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