get ’em while they’re cold

It sounds like one of my favorite events of the fall, the Autumn Brew Review, is going to sell out this year. If you are interested in an afternoon at the magnificent Grain Belt Brewery complex in Northeast trying some of the best craft brews you’ll find — period — get your tickets now.

I just got Surly’s newsletter this morning and they aim to please —

BAD – Barrel Aged Darkness, BAO – Barrel Aged One, Double Bender
(experimental-brewed just for ABR), COAF – Cask Oak-Aged Furious, Coffee
Bender, Bender, Furious, Cynic and SurlyFest.

Oh. It’s all too much to dream about when you’re stuck in the office, isn’t it?

3 Comments so far

  1. Erica M (unregistered) on September 7th, 2007 @ 11:25 am

    I went to this a couple years ago, at Peavey Plaza. I liked it a lot, but I was a little disappointed that not all the brewers there were from Minnesota.

  2. sarah green (unregistered) on September 7th, 2007 @ 11:34 am

    For a while there, we didn’t have much of a local brewer presence. But with Surly, Schell, Summit … well, there *were* regional/non-local brewers there last year, but it definitely felt more homegrown/local to me than anything (I mean, at least no one asked me to drink a Budweiser while I was there…)

  3. ryan (unregistered) on September 8th, 2007 @ 10:38 am

    Surly is a fine beer but its like 9 bucks for four tall boys at MGM. Thats a damn shame. My insider pick is the James Page ale in a can. 10 bucks for a twelver….now yer talkin, practically livin the high life.

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