Philadelphia Eagles fans absolutely love everything about Super Bowl LII, so a beer that gives a subtle nod to that legendary championship will likely please them as well.
That's what the new FLY-PA from Goose Island in partnership with the Eagles does with it's 5.2% ABV and can that reads "brewed for champions," coming soon.
You can enjoy the new Eagles-themed beer at the Linc this weekend, where it's available on 10-plus taps throughout the stadium.
The IPA is described as being "brewed with an abundance of oats, bright citrusy hops, and plenty of hometown attitude, FLY-PA features intense waves of citrus (grapefruit, lemon, orange) spread over an oat forward malt bill."
Some on social media have expressed displeasure with the fact the Eagles have teamed up with a behemoth such as AB-InBev rather than a more local brewer, but the Fly-PA beer is actually brewed locally right here in Philadelphia at the Goose Island brewhouse in Fishtown.
It's currently only available on tap, so if you want a taste this weekend you better have your tickets to the Detroit Lions game at the Linc on Sunday. Or you can head over to the Goose Island Brewhouse and enjoy a few cold ones.
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