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Old 08-04-2012, 12:11 PM   #11
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I just got a hold of one extra for myself after I screwed up the ticket sale weekend. I was planning on just showing up though. There will definitely be tickets around for face value.

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Old 08-05-2012, 04:23 AM   #12
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that sucks, but if you show up the day-of there are always people selling tickets at the gate.
Yea, well now I have a wedding to go to that weekend, so that would have screwed it up for me anyway. Maybe next year. Hope you guys have fun
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Old 08-06-2012, 02:45 PM   #13
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whyyyy aren't programs out yet? and, related, when will programs come out!?!??!

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– "A Wicked Beverage," New York Times, April 10, 1894
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Looks like the program is up now.

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Old 08-07-2012, 02:55 PM   #15
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ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh program!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 08-07-2012, 03:28 PM   #16
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I have one ticket available for the Great Taste of the Midwest fest this Saturday; $50.

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i totally, 100%, fully and truthfully, called this year's glass shape. it is well documented, July 26, 2012, at 12:11pm.

also, coffee infused black wheat, on firkin.

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Regular Tappings
Cacao Bender: 5.5%abv, og 14°, 45 IBU. Only available at events. Mahogany hued ale infused with coffee, vanilla beans and cacao nibs.
SΫX: 15%abv, og 30°P, 65 IBU. Available July-August 2012 at select locations in bottles and draft. Pale strong ale aged on six different wood species and dry hopped.
Bandwagon: 6.66%abv, og 14.5°P, 85 IBU. Available at MN Twins games and beer events only. West coast style IPA.
Five: 8.2%abv og 13 11 IBU. Only available at events. 100% Brettanomyces (Anomalus and Clausenii) fermented dark sour aged in used red wine barrels
Hell: 4.5%abv og 12°P 20 IBU. Available on Draft and 16oz cans. German-style lite lager,not filtered
Abrasive: 8.8%abv, og 19.5°P, 100+ish IBU. Draft and 16oz cans available December-March. Double IPA, brewed with Oats and Dry-Hopped.
Darkness 2011: 9.9%abv, og 26.5°P, 70+IBU. 750ml and Draft available late October.American-style Double/Imperial Stout
Smoke: 8.8%abv, og 20°P, 30IBU. 750ml and Draft available late November. Smoked Baltic Porter aged on Oak
Fiery Hell: German style Helles aged on toasted Hickory and Dried Chilies. Great balance of malt and spicy fruit

Special Releases
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2:00 P.M.—Surly Two: 8.8%abv. Oak Aged Cranberry Black Ale
3:00 P.M.—Surly Three: 8.3%abv. Dark Braggot
4:00 P.M.—Surly Four: 9.2%abv. Iced Double Espresso Milk Stout

Real Ale Tent
Tea Bagged Furious: 6.5%abv, og 15°P, 99 IBU. 3 casks total! Limited Availability year round on cask. Dry Hopped w/Simcoe
Oak-Aged Cynic: 6.66%abv, og 14°P, 33 IBU. 2 casks total! -Limited Availability year round on cask. Saison aged on toasted French and American White Oak


i mean, come on - that's just ridiculous.

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Old 08-08-2012, 04:29 AM   #19
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Surly Brewing Co.

Regular Tappings
Cacao Bender: 5.5%abv, og 14°, 45 IBU. Only available at events. Mahogany hued ale infused with coffee, vanilla beans and cacao nibs.
SΫX: 15%abv, og 30°P, 65 IBU. Available July-August 2012 at select locations in bottles and draft. Pale strong ale aged on six different wood species and dry hopped.
Bandwagon: 6.66%abv, og 14.5°P, 85 IBU. Available at MN Twins games and beer events only. West coast style IPA.
Five: 8.2%abv og 13 11 IBU. Only available at events. 100% Brettanomyces (Anomalus and Clausenii) fermented dark sour aged in used red wine barrels
Hell: 4.5%abv og 12°P 20 IBU. Available on Draft and 16oz cans. German-style lite lager,not filtered
Abrasive: 8.8%abv, og 19.5°P, 100+ish IBU. Draft and 16oz cans available December-March. Double IPA, brewed with Oats and Dry-Hopped.
Darkness 2011: 9.9%abv, og 26.5°P, 70+IBU. 750ml and Draft available late October.American-style Double/Imperial Stout
Smoke: 8.8%abv, og 20°P, 30IBU. 750ml and Draft available late November. Smoked Baltic Porter aged on Oak
Fiery Hell: German style Helles aged on toasted Hickory and Dried Chilies. Great balance of malt and spicy fruit

Special Releases
look for more info at booth on chalkboard
2:00 P.M.—Surly Two: 8.8%abv. Oak Aged Cranberry Black Ale
3:00 P.M.—Surly Three: 8.3%abv. Dark Braggot
4:00 P.M.—Surly Four: 9.2%abv. Iced Double Espresso Milk Stout

Real Ale Tent
Tea Bagged Furious: 6.5%abv, og 15°P, 99 IBU. 3 casks total! Limited Availability year round on cask. Dry Hopped w/Simcoe
Oak-Aged Cynic: 6.66%abv, og 14°P, 33 IBU. 2 casks total! -Limited Availability year round on cask. Saison aged on toasted French and American White Oak

i mean, come on - that's just ridiculous.
Past years they had darkness at the real ale tent too. I'd urge everyone to frequent the surly tent at the taste, you can practically only get their beer in the twin cities. You'll be doing yourself a favor if you have their coffee bender and furious early in the day, although those beers are available year round.
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