#DarknessDay

Darkness Day Casks, Vintages, and More

You’ve read about Darkness. You’ve read about the Variants. You’ve read about the guest breweries. You’ve read about the campground beers. Fine. That’s fine. But what have you done for us lately, Surly?

Terrific question. Here are all the other beers Surly is bringing to the party on Darkness Day (Saturday, 9/28). Take a seat. This will take awhile.

CASKS

  • Blood Orange Axe Man, tapping at 11 am
  • Horchata Dark Phase, tapping at 11 am
  • Rose with Raspberries and Lemon, tapping at 11 am
  • Liquid Stardust with White Grape, tapping at 11 am
  • One Man Mosh Pit w/El Dorado hop hash, tapping at 11 am
  • Cynic with Passion Fruit, Elderflower, and white ash wood, tapping at 11 am
  • S’mores Darkness, tapping at noon
  • Nutella Darkness (cacao and hazelnuts), tapping at 2 pm
  • German Chocolate Cake Darkness (german sweet chocolate, vanilla, toasted coconut, and toasted pecans), tapping at 4 pm

BOTTLE SHOP: VINTAGE AND EXCLUSIVE BEERS FOR YOU TO ENJOY AT YOUR CAMPSITE OR BRING HOME

  • Darkness: 2009-2013, 2015
  • BA Darkness: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
  • Anniversaries: Four, Five, Syx, SeVIIn, Eight, Nein
  • 2019 Darkness
  • Campground Beer (4-pack 16 oz. cans)
  • At the End of the Internet (4-pack 16 oz. cans)
  • None More Black (4-pack 16 oz. cans)

DRAFT

  • 2019 Darkness
  • 2019 Darkness Variants: Old Fashioned, Mole, Double Stuffed
  • 2018 Darkness Variants: Fernet and Bourbon Barrel-Aged Cherry Vanilla
  • BA Darkness: 2017, 2019
  • Double BA Pentagram
  • Temple
  • Furious
  • Damien
  • Axe Man
  • Sleek
  • One Man Mosh Pit
  • Rocket Surgery
  • Liquid Stardust
  • Dark Phase
  • Warp Zone Pilsner
  • Peel & Squeal

 

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