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Slightly Selfish Surly Gift Cards

It’s that time of the year again. The quest for a perfect gift is underway. A thoughtful expression of love and friendship that delights and surprises the people in your life.

But enough about them. What’s in it for you?

Surly has your back.

From Black Friday (11/29) through 12/31/19, every $50 in gift cards you purchase comes with an extra $15 bonus card that can be used at our Brewery* anytime from January through March 2020.

In theory, you can throw this bonus $15 in with the $50 gift card you’re giving. You’d be setting the kind of selfless example that makes the world a better place. Truly, you would be a first-ballot Generosity Hall of Famer.

THAT SAID.

Winters get long around here. You need to get out of the house. Having a gift card (or cards, the deal applies to every $50 you spend on them) in your back pocket to use on a round of beers, or pizza, or hog frites, or a new Surly hoodie? You just mitigated the onset of the winter blues in one purchase.

The Slightly Selfish Surly Gift Card: Do unto others. But do unto yourself, too.

*Surly gift cards and bonus cards can only be redeemed at our brick-and-mortar store. Buy as many as you want online, just be sure to use them at the Brewery.

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