Great Lakes Brewery to release 3 limited edition bottled beers in 2020

Posted at 1:25 PM, Dec 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-23 14:03:43-05

CLEVELAND — Attention, Cleveland beer fans. A new year is bringing new beer flavors at Great Lakes Brewery Company. The brewery has announced its lineup for next year, which includes Dortmunder Gold Lager and a Mexican lager with lime in cans, in addition to two new "legendary series" offerings.

New year, new beers at Great Lakes Brewery.


The legendary series pairs mythological stories with premium styles and ingredients.

  • Bierwolf Dunkelweizen (January) Made with cold brew coffee, chocolate and orange peel deep.
  • Siren Shores Passion Fruit Saison (May) Sweet passion fruit, zesty spices and tropical fruit aromas.

In addition to the seasonal lineup, the brewery will release three limited editions brews in a bottle.

  • Hazy IPA in March
  • Lemon Hefeweizen in April
  • Smash IPA in June

The limited edition beers will be available in 6-packs and draft options throughout the distribution calendar listed below.

2020 beer release calendar. Courtesy of Great Lakes Brewery.

The Great Lakes Brewery distribution 2020 schedule as follows:

  • January: Conway’s Irish Ale (6-Pack, 12-Pack, Draft)
  • January: Bierwolf Dunkelweizen (NEW! Legendary Series 4-Pack, Draft)
  • March: Chillwave Double IPA (Legendary Series 4-Pack, Draft)
  • March: Hazy IPA (NEW! Limited Release Series 6-Pack, Draft)
  • April: Lemon Hefeweizen (NEW! Limited Release Series 6-Pack, Draft)
  • May: Siren Shores Passion Fruit Saison (NEW! Legendary Series 4-Pack, Draft)
  • June: SMASH IPA (NEW! Limited Release Series 6-Pack, Draft)
  • July: Lake Erie Monster Imperial IPA (Legendary Series 4-Pack, Draft)
  • August: Oktoberfest (6-Pack, 12-Pack, Draft)
  • September: Nosferatu Imperial Red Ale (Legendary Series 4-Pack, Draft)
  • October: Ohio City Oatmeal Stout (6-Pack, 12-Pack, Draft)
  • November: Christmas Ale (6-Pack, 12-Pack, Draft)
  • November: Blackout Stout (Legendary Series 4-Pack)