Say goodbye to four-packs of Fat Head's Head Hunter.
The Middleburg Heights-based brewery announced Monday (Jan. 29) that it will release its award-winning IPA in six-packs starting Feb. 5.
"Head Hunter fans have been screaming for six-packs for years,” Fat Head's co-founder and master brewer Matt Cole said in a prepared statement. “With the move to our larger production facility, we can finally make it happen. As a special thank you to our loyal and passionate fans, we’re going to launch the new six-packs a few months early, so starting in early February, craft IPA lovers will get more a couple more beers for your buck.”
The brewery has been hinting at the packaging change on social media by running cryptic videos and posting tweets about a special change coming Feb. 5.
We’re gonna need a bigger package... pic.twitter.com/qgJ8c0gRQQ
— Fat Head's Brewery (@FatHeadsBeer) January 29, 2018
The six-pack comes a few months before Fat Head's opens its new production brewery and beer hall in Middleburg Heights. The six-packs will retail for $11.99 in the Cleveland market, the brewery said.
Head Hunter is a two-time medal winner at both the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup. It also has twice been named Grand Champion at the National IPA Challenge and twice won the Bistro West Coast IPA Festival.