US - Midwest Darkness 2014 Infected

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What is Surly doing about the infected bottles? I pulled a bottle from my cellar(real cellar not closet) tonight and it was tart, infected no doubt. Has Surly addressed this yet?
 
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I had one last year and it was totally fine. I wonder how many bottles were infected then? It obviously wasn't every bottle.

That sucks though to hear. I thought the '14 bottle was the best of any year I've had.
 
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what do you mean by infected?
verb (used with object)
  1. to affect or contaminate (a person, organ, wound, etc.) with disease-producing germs.
  2. to affect with disease.
  3. to taint or contaminate with something that affects quality, character, or condition unfavorably:to infect the air with poison gas.
  4. to corrupt or affect morally:The news of the gold strike infected him with greed.
  5. to imbue with some pernicious belief, opinion, etc.
  6. to affect with a computer virus.
  7. to share a space with BadJustin
  8. to affect so as to influence feeling or action:His courage infected the others.
  9. Law. to taint with illegality, or expose to penalty, forfeiture, etc.
verb (used without object)
  1. to become infected.
adjective
  1. Archaic. infected.
Origin of infect
1350–1400; Middle English infecten < Latin infectus (past participle of inficere to immerse in dye, discolor,taint, poison), equivalent to in- in-2 + -fec-, combining form of facere to do1, make (see fact) + -tus pastparticiple suffix
Related formsin·fect·ant, adjectivein·fect·ed·ness, nounin·fec·tor, in·fect·er, nounnon·in·fect·ed, adjectivenon·in·fect·ing, adjectivepre·in·fect, verb (used with object)re·in·fect, verb (used with object)un·in·fect·ed, adjective
Can be confusedafflict infect inflictinfect infest invest
Synonyms
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5. damage, corrupt. 6. touch, stir, arouse.
 

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