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Dark Lord Day Brewery CLOSED.

Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by MarkLaFay, Apr 26, 2013.

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  1. MarkLaFay

    MarkLaFay Initiate (0) Nov 25, 2010 Indiana


    No barrel aged variants available on tap.
  2. MaxSpang

    MaxSpang Initiate (0) Jan 28, 2011 Ohio
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    ...actually, the BA DL variants will be poured outside.
  3. kevanb

    kevanb Poo-Bah (1,688) Apr 4, 2011 Illinois
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  4. SAEmick

    SAEmick Aspirant (264) Jan 16, 2010 Illinois
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    Well of course it's closed; how are they supposed to be opened when it burnt down?
    sbxx, baker2gs, pmoney and 2 others like this.
  5. MaxSpang

    MaxSpang Initiate (0) Jan 28, 2011 Ohio
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    i herd drak lorod day was cancled this yr
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  6. pmoney

    pmoney Crusader (709) Apr 15, 2011 Illinois
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    I heard no Dark Lord bottles this year but everyone gets a Porta-potty.
  7. sbxx

    sbxx Initiate (0) Mar 21, 2011 Illinois

    A bottle of Dark Lord has about 700 calories.

    True story.

    MSEGUIN Aspirant (266) Apr 6, 2011 Michigan
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    In Oprah fashion. EVERYONE GETS A PORT POTTY!!
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  9. semibaked

    semibaked Zealot (566) Mar 27, 2007 Illinois

    Per sip!
  10. marcgo2

    marcgo2 Initiate (73) Nov 16, 2010 Illinois
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    the 'beetus
  11. MarkLaFay

    MarkLaFay Initiate (0) Nov 25, 2010 Indiana

    They said in order to fulfill more bottles, they weren't doing the variant pours.
  12. kodt

    kodt Zealot (508) Mar 6, 2013 Illinois

    Where does it say that? All they said was this:

    It does not specifically say that variant pours will not be offered. Just that the brewpub will be closed. Sounds like Dark Lord and variant pours will be offered outside instead.
  13. ridglens

    ridglens Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2010 Indiana

    it's one or the other... to me it sounds like pours outside or samples in line, or i think it would have said "bottles" or it at least wouldn't have said "everyone", but we are all just guessing so we should all just remind ourselves that none of us really know what we are talking about haha :wink: see you all tonight/tomorrow!
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  14. rt1976

    rt1976 Initiate (0) Apr 29, 2009 Indiana

    Dark Lord has also been replaced by purple drank aged in discarded Starbucks cups...srsly
    Brewery-CFO likes this.
  15. GBallHead

    GBallHead Aspirant (244) Oct 6, 2011 Indiana
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  16. BigbROB

    BigbROB Initiate (0) Apr 22, 2010 Illinois
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    AAAH DLD always a surprise, with people freaking out. It will be awesome. Always is. If it isn't you are doing something wrong. They use to pour the BA DL outside. It was awesome.
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  17. mobius387

    mobius387 Disciple (342) Dec 5, 2010 New Hampshire
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    In before the impending "DLD is the worst beer release EVA!!" thread
  18. paul27

    paul27 Initiate (138) Jul 19, 2009 Illinois
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    You used to be able to get BA vanilla dark lord outside for 5 bucks, those days are long gone.
    chanokokoro likes this.
  19. jacob4999

    jacob4999 Initiate (0) Dec 9, 2008 Michigan

    Wow, looks like my sink drain gained a few extra pounds that day.
    Steimie likes this.
  20. antoines15

    antoines15 Disciple (379) Dec 14, 2008 Indiana
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    I wanna "Love" this comment.
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