WEYERBACHER TO RELEASE DALLAS SUCKS
Have Never Seen Press Release Barely Describe Beer; Nervously Optimistic
September is just around the corner and that can only mean one thing for Philly fans – FOOTBALL season! Philly fans are passionate about their team and they aren’t afraid to show it. Mention Dallas within the city limits and prepare yourself because in this town, they bleed green. Don’t worry Giants and Skins fans, Weyerbacher knows you feel the same way about Dallas. In fact, if there’s one thing that most of the NFC east can agree on, it’s that DALLAS SUCKS, so let us introduce you to the new unofficial beer of the 2017 season!
This one’s for the FANS! Flavor forward, this brew was made for tailgating in parking lots, celebrating first downs and big hits, high-fiving friends and basking in the thrill of victory. This totally downable pale ale was brewed with our friends that bleed green at Jose Pistola’s!
Ready to get your hands on Dallas Sucks? Weyerbacher and Jose Pistola’s will be hosting release parties on Sunday, September 10th at 4 locations – The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing (905 Line Street, Easton), Jose Pistola’s (263 S. 15th Street, Philadelphia), Sancho Pistola’s (19 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia) and Pistola’s Del Sur (1934 E. Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia). Get Dallas Sucks on draft at all 4 locations and pick up 12 oz. cans at The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing. There’s a limit of 1 case per person.
Look for Dallas Sucks at bars/restaurants and on shelves throughout Weyerbacher’s distribution area after September 10th.
While the beer’s name is all in good fun, Weyerbacher takes the health and safety of those affected by Hurricane Harvey very seriously. A portion of the proceeds from Dallas Sucks will be donated to the American Red Cross to help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. If you would like to join us, donations can be made here: https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey.
Editor: Never saw such a description in a craft beer press release. “Flavor forward” will be our only hint. We will drink it the second we find it and report. The label says Pale Ale and it’s Weyerbacher, so it’ll be very drinkable. We know that much.