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A night of opaque offerings to usher in the darkness on the autumnal equinox, set to the backdrop of silent horror. Spectral sounds provided by DJ Grimsbørg.

Tentatively featuring:

Pipeworks Brewing Company – Pastrami on Rye
Haymarket Pub & Brewery – Indignant Aged 18 Months in Woodford Bourbon Barrels
Solemn Oath Brewery – FIRKIN None More Black
Solemn Oath Brewery – Grumpess
Jolly Pumpkin Brewery– Madrugada Obscura
Bell’s Brewery, Inc. (Official) – 2012 Expedition Stout
Three Floyds Brewing – Moloko
Port Brewing / The Lost abbey – Deliverance
Revolution Brewing – Very Mad Cow
Deschutes Brewery – Nitro Obsidian
The Bruery – Tart of Darkness
Allagash Brewing Company – Fluxus
Goose Island – Big John
Great Divide – Oatmeal Yeti
Lakefront – 25th Anniversary Series #01
Perennial – Fantastic Voyage
Stone/Farking/Wheaton – wOOtstout
Lost Abbey – Ten Commandments
Dark Horse – Reserve Special Black Ale
Olvisholt – Lava (What?!?! A European beer at Jerry’s?!?! Well sort of. Culturally, we’d certainly consider Iceland a European country. We doubt that Bjork eats much apple pie. But let’s talk geography. Tectonically, about half of Iceland sits on the North American plate. Which makes it at least an honorary member of the North American continent. And speaking of Bjork, she seemed pretty frustrated when her Pitchfork set was cut short by Chicago summer thunderstorms, so perhaps we can help heal that wound by tapping a delicious beer from her home country. And, as if we needed more connections, our beloved DJ Grimsborg, the brains behind the film and the music for Dark Harvest, takes his name from the mountain Grimsbørg of Icelandic folklore. In other words, we like Iceland, and we’re taking it.)

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