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Surly Brand Calendar 2021

The annual release of Surly’s brand calendar is always a welcome experience for us and Surly Nation. It gives us a chance to let you know what we’ve been working on and it gives you a chance to get your Outlook calendar updated with critical release dates. (If you’re wondering if we’re making too many or not enough IPAs, the answer is yes.)

This year, it takes on added importance as it’s the release schedule for the year 2021, which means it will no longer be 2020. Man, f*** 2020.

The vaccines are on their way. The friends you haven’t seen in a year have depleted their Netflix queue. The bartender you make small talk with has never been more ready to pour you a beer. It’s going to be a time to celebrate. We’re making the beers for it. We can’t wait to share them with you.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SUPREME VARIETY PACK. Grapefruit Supreme, in the span of a couple short years, is now one of Surly’s cornerstone beers. Mango Supreme, released as part of last summer’s variety pack, was an immediate hit. How do you follow them up? You make the whole damn 12-pack out of Supreme. Enjoy Grapefruit, Mango, and two brand-new flavors: Key Lime and Black Cherry. Crisp, refreshing, and thoroughly crushable, the Supreme Variety Pack arrives in March. It will be available year-round.
  • THE 2021 HOP PACK. Quarterly variety packs will be back in 2021, including this year’s edition of the Hop Pack. Enjoy Impossible Objects Juicy IPA, Mean Streets Sultana Hop IPA, Screen Time DDH Pale Ale in addition to Furious.
  • MAPPING THE MULTIVERSE HAZY IPA. All that we know, all that we’ve ever known, and all that we will know exist at the same time. Space, time, matter, energy, folding a fitted sheet, everything. It’s a lot to contemplate, but the answer lies somewhere in the haze. Look within and let our new year-round hazy IPA be your guide. Available in 16 oz. 4-packs beginning in February.
  • HAVOC MACHINE IPA. Clean, hoppy, and devastating, Havoc Machine delivers an authentic West Coast IPA payload. Surly’s second seasonal of 2021 unleashes the classically dank and citrus-heavy assault of Cascade, Chinook, and Amarillo hops, wreaking havoc on the craft beer landscape.
  • FIFTEEN. It’s Surly’s 15th birthday in 2021. Think that means we get our driver’s license in 2022? Until then, look for a very special anniversary beer in the fall.
  • PENTAGRAM. It’s tempting to call our legendary barrel-aged sour ale a cult favorite but given how many people ask us when we’re going to release it again, “cult” undersells its mass appeal. Pentagram returns in January in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans (you read that right) as the first BC Small Batch release of 2021.

The entire calendar is below. The pandemic took a wrecking ball to our 2020 schedule, so please bear with us if circumstances change for beers and/or release dates. But for now, consider this your roadmap. We look forward to drinking these beers with you. See you then.

 

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