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Threes Brewing beer or Dashboard Confessional song?

Can you tell the difference? Take the quiz and find out.
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Photo by Matt Furman, courtesy of Threes Brewing

We love Threes Brewing, we really do. The 1.5-year-old, Brooklyn-based brewery puts out some fantastic beers, from regular releases like Vliet, a snappy German pilsner, to Eternal Return, a series a Brett beers fermented in oak with raspberries, grape must and more. But we also noticed something as we made our way through the brewery’s portfolio: A good portion of Threes’ beers have names that are a little, well, morose.* They’d be just as welcome on the track list of an early 2000s emo album as they are on a beer label.

They’d be so welcome, in fact, that telling them apart from actual songs performed by early 2000s emo band Dashboard Confessional is a real challenge. Can you tell the difference? Take the quiz below and let us know how you did in the comments.

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*For the record, we chatted with the folks at Threes recently, and they didn’t seem overly depressed. No more so than anyone else living in Brooklyn, anyway.

 

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Zach Fowle is DRAFT's beer editor. Reach him at zach@draftmag.com.

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