Sam Adams Is Honoring Tom Brady With His Very Own Beer And The Name Is Absolutely Perfect
On Sunday, Tom Brady will set what I believe is his 487th NFL record when he takes the field for Super Bowl LIII, which will be the ninth time the quarterback has had the chance to play for the Lombardi Trophy— more than any other franchise in the history of the league.
The Patriots got off to a bit of a rocky start this season so we were naturally treated to the same tired narrative that’s been repeatedly pushed by people who keep on insisting this is the year Brady finally succumbs to his own mortality.
However, much to the chagrin of his biggest doubters, the 41-year-old has once again defied the odds and proved the skeptics wrong, and at this point, even his biggest haters have to admit Brady is probably the greatest quarterback to ever play the game.
After New England secured its fourth Super Bowl berth in five years by beating the Chiefs in the AFC Championship, Brady celebrated with Chris Hogan while mocking the critics who were naive enough to doubt him and his supporting cast.
It was a classic Brady moment, and according to Boston.com, it will now be immortalized thanks to Sam Adams, which is brewing up a special beer in honor of the G.O.A.T. designed to pair perfectly with Sunday’s game.
The beer— dubbed “Too Old, Too Slow, Still Here”— is a New England-styled Double IPA that will be available for purchase for a limited time at the brewery’s taproom starting Thursday afternoon.
If you want to pick some up for the game, you might want to get in line early as only 199 crowlers will be available for purchase— a nod to the spot Brady was picked in the NFL Draft.
Based on a recent story about his beer-chugging prowess, I think Tom would approve.