Trip to the beer store? Don’t forget your suitcase.

KITCHNER, Ontario, March 17, 2022 /CNW/ –

Strong points:

  • Laker Ice, Laker Lager and Landshark Lager are now available in convenient 24 x 355ml suitcase packs.
  • NEW to The Beer Store and select LCBO Convenience Outlets (LCO) through Ontario

From the backyard to the beach, enjoying your favorite beers just got a whole lot more convenient. 355ml cans of Laker Ice, Laker Lager and Landshark Lager are now available in 2-4 suitcase packs.

“Cans are king in the summer, and we’re thrilled to offer our most popular beers in a pack that suits any occasion,” said Jim ManzVice President, Sales and Key Accounts at Waterloo Brewing.

“We take great pride in making exceptional, high quality beer here at Waterloo Brewing,” comments Kim Mannrow, Marketing Director. “With 150 quality checks before leaving the brewery, customers will be delighted whether they choose our easy-drinking Laker beers or sip our Island-style lager by LandShark this summer.”

LAKER LAGER – $39.95
Brewed with only the finest, highest quality ingredients, this classic Canadian-style lager delivers a clean finish that makes it easy to drink and less filling, with no aftertaste. Pop the top and hit the dock!

ICE LAKER – $39.95
A cold-filtered beer with a cool, smooth finish, Laker Ice is a very drinkable beer with an appealing aroma and a slightly higher ABV. A little extra bite for those days when the fish just won’t.

LAGER LANDSHARK – $47.95
Landshark Lager is a refreshing island-style lager that is golden in color and brewed with subtle hop notes – it’s incredibly refreshing! It’s about good times, good friends, good food and good beer.
FINS UP!

The new Waterloo Suitcase Packs are available now at the Beer Store and select LCBO (LCO) convenience outlets.

About Waterloo Brewing
Waterloo Brewing Ltd. is Ontario’s largest Canadian-owned brewery. The company is a regional brewer of premium quality and value award-winning beers and is officially certified to the Global Food Safety Standard, one of the highest and most internationally recognized standards for the production of safe food. Founded in 1984, Waterloo Brewing was the first craft brewery to start in Ontario and is considered the pioneer of the current craft brewing renaissance in Canada. Waterloo Brewing has supplemented its premium Waterloo craft beers with the popular Laker brand. In 2011 Waterloo Brewing purchased the Canadian rights to Seagram Coolers and in 2015 secured exclusive Canadian rights to LandShark® and Margaritaville®. Additionally, Waterloo Brewing utilizes its industry-leading brewing, blending and packaging capabilities to provide a wide range of beer, coolers and cider contract manufacturing services. Waterloo Brewing trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol WBR. Visit us at www.waterloobrewing.com.

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SOURCEWaterloo Brewing Ltd.

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