Soooo good

Ok I tried this at Winterfest last weekend. It was good, but I thought I would probably pass on it the next time around. Then my wife and I had dinner at Cafe 28 tonight (owned by Linda Haug, wife of Surly head brewer Todd), and I thought, well I better give it a second shot, when I hadn’t had 20 beers already.

And I’m so glad I did. It had some of the same hop characteristics as Darkness, of course reduced by the cranberries and dark malts. Some have said itsĀ a one-and-your-done beer, but I could easily have had two or three. This is one of my favorite Surly beers. I can’t wait to pick up one of the bottles and throw it in my basement for a year or two.

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My wife and two kids tolerate my love of beer and politics. When I'm not helping out a local candidate for office or lobbying the state legislature on behalf of early childhood issues (my job), I'm making beer and drinking it. I also contribute what insight I have about beer on my own blog, to and the Twin Cities Imbiber 'zine.

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