One of the most hotly debated questions over the Bruins’ $156,000 bar tab from their trip to Foxwoods last weekend was which player ordered the $6 bottle of Amstel Light, which stood out like a sore thumb among the Jager bombs, Red Bulls and bottles of liquor on the now infamous receipt.
Now, we may finally get an answer.
Amstel Light has offered free beer for the player’s day with the Stanley Cup, plus more free beer at a Canada Day or Independence Day barbeque if a player fesses up to ordering the Amstel Light.
“We want to reward the Bruin who ordered the Amstel Light to recognize him for making a great decision,” the company said in a press release.
Dear Amstel Light,
Your beer isn’t our favorite — or, even close … or, even on our radar — but we like where your head is at.
It’s a shitty day outside raining and drizzling, so one of these from Oskar Blues Brewery sound just fine to me.
Oskar tasting tonight at the Hampton Falls Village Market. Out of Lyons, CO. I’m looking forward to trying a new brew.
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This is the Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier from the oldest brewery in the world, Weihenstephan in Germany. This is a fantastic hefeweizen. A cloudy, golden yellow with a thick lasting head when poured. The aroma has a strong wheat smell, as well as cloves, and some fruit. The most prominent are orange and lemon, but there is a hint of banana as well. The Hefeweissbier tastes very wheaty as well, with orange and lemon flavors starting in the middle and coming through the finish. The ABV is 5.4%, right in range with most hefeweizens. After having this beer again, it is clear to see why it is a Top 100 Beer.
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