Robert breaks the news on the brewery expansion and canning line, why those developments are important, and what it means for the future of the brewery. And, Robert fills us in on the details of the 612BREW Oktoberfest coming up September, 27th, from 12p-7pm at the brewery.
Fest-goers spent the first 3 hours of SurlyFest basking in glorious sunshine, using the tents only for reprieve from the sun. At around 5pm, the sunny weather changed and hundreds took to the tents when the wind switched and the rain began to dump down. Hoards of beer fans drank and toasted each other, “Zicke zacke zicke zacke! Hoi hoi hoi!”
“In order to meet the growing demand for the Noble Star Collection, we need additional space to house these unique lagering tanks,” said Marti.
Every month Day Block Brewing will choose an eligible nominee to be rewarded with beer, swag, and a gift certificate. Growler for Good is a new program the brewpub has launched to give back and reward folks for taking an active role in their community.
A resident of South Minneapolis, Jeremy is a home brewer, BJCP Judge, Community Hops board member, foodie, and technologist. We first interviewed Jeremy in September of 2013 when he gave us his vision of the future for the brewing company. Since we last talked him Pryes has spent time adapting his business model and refining his recipes.
Surly Brewer Todd Haug gives a rundown of some of his recent European brewing collaborations. Todd covers Long Of Tooth, an Old Ale which was made with De Proef Brewery…
There is a time and a place for analyzing and scrutinizing beers and there is another time and place for just drinking and not giving it much thought. The reason that we analyze and frequently over-analyze these beers is that we are actually getting acquainted with our own perception as much as we are with the liquid in our glass. I call this process “Active Tasting.”