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You’ll Love The Hell Out Of It

Hops have been called a pernicious, devilish weed. If so, Surly chooses to dance with this devil and triple down on the hops.

Introducing And The Devil Makes Three, a triple dry-hopped triple IPA. Appropriately enough, it’s Surly’s third BC Small Batch beer of 2021, and it begins hitting shelves May 3rd.

This intense IPA was dry-hopped not once, not twice, but thrice, using El Dorado, Simcoe, and Cascade hops for a bedeviling hit of citrus, stone fruit, and pine flavor, all balanced by an oat-driven malt backbone and massively smooth body. Making a triple IPA this drinkable is fiendish. One might even call it evil. Still, we remind you that three is a magic number. Schoolhouse Rock wouldn’t lie to you.

And The Devil Makes Three is available to all U.S. Surly markets.

The particulars:

  • ABV: 10.6%
  • Bitterness: High
  • Hops: El Dorado, Simcoe and Cascade (dry hop)
  • Yeast: English Ale
  • Malt: 2-Row, Acidulated Malt, Oat Malt, Flaked Oats, Flaked Wheat
  • Pour: Gold

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