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2019 Darkness Variant Art

We’ve already revealed the 2019 Darkness art, courtesy of Tim Chapman, our 2019 Featured Artist. It’s our privilege to share with you his art for our three Darkness variants. If you need a refresher on what those are:

  • Double Stuffed Darkness–Rum Barrel-Aged Russian Imperial Stout with Vanilla Beans and Cacao
  • Molé Darkness–Bourbon Barrel-Aged Russian Imperial Stout with Vanilla Beans, Chocolate, Cinnamon, and Chilies
  • Darkness Old Fashioned–Rye Barrel-Aged Russian Imperial Stout with Moroccan Sweet Orange Peel

They’re only available at Darkness Day, and you can snag your Variant package here.

This is what they’ll look like:

 

Darkness Day 2019 returns to Somerset on Sept. 27th and 28th, 2019. All the details, including the brewery lineup for Friday’s Dawn of Darkness beer festival, can be found at surlydarknessday.com.

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