Let the Speculation Begin...

Discussion in 'US - Midwest' started by hoeg0015, Nov 23, 2013.

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  1. hoeg0015

    hoeg0015 Jul 15, 2008 Minnesota

    #1 hoeg0015, Nov 23, 2013
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  2. shadetree67

    shadetree67 Sep 11, 2013 Minnesota

  3. MCImes

    MCImes Dec 31, 2010 Connecticut

    Epic score for MN

    (...Darkness is going in them, right?)
  4. EJJ1848

    EJJ1848 Jun 24, 2013 Minnesota

    Surly ? Special beer for new brewery crissening ? Darkness? Oh the options
  5. chewy08rx

    chewy08rx Jul 12, 2006 Minnesota

    This definitely looks B.A.D.
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  6. BeerBuyerBill

    BeerBuyerBill Jul 23, 2012 Minnesota

  7. HomeBrewed

    HomeBrewed Dec 10, 2006 Minnesota

    I f***in love High West Rye Whiskey! This + Darkness would be amazing!!
  8. gatornation

    gatornation Apr 18, 2007 Florida
    Society Trader

    how about a BBBW for surly 8
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  9. MNPikey

    MNPikey Feb 27, 2011 Minnesota

    It's Pure H8 (Surly Eight).
  10. psychotia

    psychotia Jun 27, 2009 Wisconsin

    Loogies aside, surly could put just about anything in High West barrels and I would clamber for it.
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  11. barrybeerdog

    barrybeerdog Aug 17, 2012 South Dakota

    I recently toured the High West Distillery in Park City Utah & sampled several whiskeys. One selection called Campfire really stood out. It is their rye whiskey blended w/ a % of scotch whisky. This is an amazing combination of an American made rye whiskey w/ a nice smoke peat flavor. It would be great if Surly could snag a few of those barrels for some great Smokey peat Darkness....Call it SPD!!!
  12. mjryan

    mjryan Dec 22, 2007 Minnesota

    Hopefully you didn't do too much sleuthing.
  13. hoeg0015

    hoeg0015 Jul 15, 2008 Minnesota

    Everything in moderation, sleuthing included.
  14. Ungertaker

    Ungertaker Apr 30, 2010 Minnesota

    I can't wait to find out what it will be. As much as the last two anniversary releases have been polarizing, I hope they continue to go outside the box on styles. Not that I would complain about a barrel-aged barleywine or stout, I just like to try things that haven't been done by so many others. Regardless, I doubt that bottles of this will still be on the shelves months after the release (as the past two releases have been).
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