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Get Surly at the State Fair

There are multiple places to Get Surly at the 2019 Minnesota State Fair, from the Midway to Machinery Hill. Enjoy flagships like Furious and four beers brewed exclusively for the occasion:

  • Onesie Twosie LuLu Lucy: We still have people visiting our brewery asking if we have the hazy IPA we brewed for LuLu’s Public House last year in the Beer Hall. It was a clear signal that a sequel was in order. The 2019 edition is juicy, hazy, and hop-forward, delivering tropical fruit aromatics and a pillowy body. And again, exclusive to LuLu’s. 7.4% ABV.
  • Four Seam Screamer: We’re back at Ball Park Cafe with our friend and local homebrewer/hockey dad/3-time All-Star Glen Perkins. This summer’s collaboration is a West Coast-inspired IPA with notes of orange, pineapple, and mango and a dry, crisp finish. 6.9% ABV.
  • Mango Medusa: One sip of this bright, zesty beer can melt even the stoniest of hearts. This mango-infused ale is light and fruity with a pop of tart flavor. 4.5% ABV, located at Dino’s Gyros.
  • Sideshow Spritzer: This light, dry sparkling lager contains delicate notes of passion fruit and mango and finishes crisp and clean. 5.8% ABV. Look for it at Coasters.

In addition, Surly Rosé makes its exclusive State Fair debut at Cafe Caribe! To better sketch out your visit(s), here are all the locations where you can find us at the Fair:

 

 

 

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