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The Blackest of all Fridays returns at Rowley Farmhouse Ales

Blackest Friday 2018

Once again, the Blackest of all Fridays returns to Santa Fe, THIS Friday, in fact. And no, I speak not of the unholiest of all financial sacrifices to consumerism. I speak of “Black-est Friday,” the annual celebration of independent craft barrel-aged Stouts at Rowley Farmhouse Ales.

Each year, special and rare kegs of the richest and chewiest barrel-aged darkness are gathered by the good folks at Rowley Farmhouse Ales, and made available for you, seekers-of-the-void, to choose from and experience in all their glorious dysphoticism.

“We started this a few years ago,” chef and co-owner Jeffrey Kaplan said. “This will be our third year. We decided that we couldn’t in good conscience, pour anything owned by Anheuser-Busch, and AB-InBEV. And, everybody’s I’m sure aware that Goose Island, which pretty much invented (the hype surrounding) big barrel-aged stouts, releases Bourbon County Stout, their famous barrel-aged stout on Black Friday, around the country, every year.

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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