Pistachio Cream Ale

Price: $0.59/ozABV: 6%

Just like cracking open a pistachio shell to liberate the nut, raising the pull tab of a Pistachio Cream Ale can to puncture the top has the power to bring immense satisfaction—12 ounces of it, to be exact. This pistachio-forward beer does not disappoint with a subtly nutty and malty flavor that leaves a spritzy mouthfeel. It’s a beer to go unabashedly nuts for.

Pseudo Sue Pale Ale

Price: $0.54/ozABV: 6%

This single-hop pale ale showcases the Citra hop for a well-balanced beer that is delicate in body with a mild bitterness in the finish. She roars with ferocious aromas of grapefruit, citrus, mango and evergreen. Pseudo Sue’s unique taste is clean and bright with just enough bite!

Dakota Soul Craft Lager

Price: $0.48/ozABV: 5%

There’d be no Summit Dakota Soul Craft Lager without the Moravian 37 barley grown exclusively by our founder’s cousins near Rugby, North Dakota. Crafted from farm-to-finish right here in Grain Country, this traditional Czech-style pilsener features notes of English biscuits, honey and graham cracker, plus a floral, spicy hop finish thanks to genuine Saaz hops and the new American hop variety Loral.

Pickle Pils

Price: $0.48/ozABV: 5%

German style pilsner with pickle juice

Big Wave Golden Ale

Price: $0.49/ozABV: 4%

Big Wave is a lighter-bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor—smooth, easy drinking, and refreshing. The use of caramel malt contributes to the golden hue of this beer, and our special blend of hops provides a bright, quenching finish that makes it a struggle to not grab another one.

Sunny Little Thing

Price: $0.49/ozABV: 5%

Bask in the sunny little thing, a wheat ale made with citrus for radiant flavor that’s bold yet easy going, and balanced by a soft and smooth finish.


Price: $0.42/ozABV: 5%

Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager. Brewed with the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties.

Coors Light

Price: $0.42/ozABV: 4%

Coors Light is Coors Brewing Company's largest-selling brand and the fourth best-selling beer in the U.S. Introduced in 1978, Coors Light has been a favorite in delivering the ultimate in cold refreshment for more than 25 years. The simple, silver-toned can caught people's attention and the brew became nicknamed the "Silver Bullet" as sales climbed."

Voodoo Ranger Atomic Pumpkin

Price: $0.53/ozABV: 6%

At 6.4% ABV, Atomic Pumpkin Ale is perfectly positioned to capture the fall beer drinker who wants more than just an ordinary Pumpkin or Oktoberfest beer.

Summit EPA

Price: $0.48/ozABV: 5%

The beer that started it all! Our first brew, Summit Extra Pale Ale is St. Paul’s craft beer pioneer. EPA has been gracing the pint glasses of serious beer lovers since 1986. Caramel biscuit malts balanced with a juicy citrus hop bite have led this beer to be crowned a winner through the years and for more to come!

Hopped Up On Pils

Price: $0.50/ozABV: 5%

German style pilsner with hallertau and tettnang hops

I Heart ND

Price: $0.53/ozABV: 4%

All of the malt in our golden ale comes from Two Track Malting, located just three miles down the road from the Laughing Sun Brewery in Bismarck, North Dakota. Golden color, mild hop flavor, always pleasant on the palate.

Michelob Ultra

Price: $0.42/ozABV: 4%

Michelob ULTRA is a light lager brewed with the perfect balance of Herkules hops and wholesome grains, producing a light citrus aroma and a crisp, refreshing finish.

Buenaveza Salt & Lime Lager

Price: $0.48/ozABV: 5%

Stone Buenaveza Salt & Lime Lager was born here in Southern California, which is vibrantly influenced by our neighbors to the south. SoCal's warm weather lends itself to outdoor activities year-round. From surfing our coasts, to snowboarding and biking in the mountains, off-roading through deserted lands, or boating and fishing in our lakes and rivers, this Baja-inspired lager is the perfect companion. Brewed with just the right amount of lime and sea salt, it’s everything a lager should be – crisp, refreshing and full of flavor. The name is pretty simple: we took “Buena” for good and “-veza” from cerveza. Because we’ve always believed good beer is an important part of a good life. So raise a glass (or can) with us to the buena vida.