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I believe it was based on a rolling 2 year spend, so I guess it's possible if you weren't buying anything in 2018-2019 then your 2020 purchases may not have been enough to get you on the lists.

For this year, the email that went out when they updated the Rev Rewards system back in March said that it's based on your 2019-2020 points accrued.

The Deep Wood Series VIP emails for 2021-22 releases will be determined by points accrued in 2019 and 2020 — we aren’t starting from scratch. Points earned in 2021 will go toward status for the 2022-23 releases.
 
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Honestly I assume I'm riding the wave of having been buying way too much Deep Woods for years. Thinking back to buying a literal case of Cafe Deth every time it released. o_O
 
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I wonder if Dark Mode is a renamed Very Mad Cow? More importantly, I'm relieved to see that 12oz 4-packs aren't going away. 19.2oz cans of Deth's Tar look sweet AF but I can already feel the ensuing hangover.
aint their like a 5% abv difference
 
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beeraficionado said it was closer to BA Lynott's than Very Mad Cow in the thread on BA.
And confirmed via IG that it's a completely different beer. We likely won't see Very Mad Cow again since its gravity is too low to bother putting it into a barrel. Same reason we won't see any more Genes in barrels, too. Which is all fine - whatever they're doing now is great and they should keep doing it.
 

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