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Supreme. To The Extreme.

Grapefruit Supreme, in the span of a couple short years, is now one of Surly’s cornerstone beers. Mango Supreme, released as part of our 2020 summer variety pack, was an immediate hit. How do you follow them up? You make a whole damn 12-pack out of Supreme.

Introducing the Supreme Variety Pack, Surly’s newest year-round release. Now you can get a dozen Supreme beers in one convenient package, including two brand-new flavors.

Your Supremes:

GRAPEFRUIT

 

MANGO

 

KEY LIME

 

BLACK CHERRY

 

In a hard seltzer world, these beers have abundant flavor and character, all while still being incredibly refreshing and drinkable. It’s not a dream. It’s Supreme to the extreme.

The particulars:

  • ABV: 4.5%
  • Hops: Warrior
  • Malt: Pilsner, Unmalted Wheat, Carafoam, Acidulated
  • Yeast: English Ale
  • Pour: Hazy Straw
  • Fruit Notes: The names are on the can.

The Supreme Variety Pack is available to all Surly markets. You’ll want it in January. You’ll need it in July. And you can get it right now.

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