Brewery stamps Tom Brady’s profane proclamation on bottom of 26K cans
Tom Brady reportedly made a bold — and profane — proclamation ahead of the AFC Championship Game, and now a New England brewery is paying tribute to the New England Patriots quarterback’s colorful boast.
Prior to leading the Patriots to yet another Super Bowl berth with a phenomenal performance in Sunday’s 37-31 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, Brady is said to have been “working blue” at the team’s facility last week.
According to a Patriots staffer, per a pregame report from NFL Network’s Michael Giardi, Brady walked into the Patriots facility and declared himself the “baddest mother[expletive] on the planet.”
What did Tom Brady say? Trust me, it is gold #Patriots pic.twitter.com/zHnh7ZwrUY— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) January 20, 2019
ESPN’s Field Yates reports Tuesday that Tree House Brewing Co., based in Charlton, Mass., has stamped the bottom of 26,000 beer cans with a sanitized version of Brady’s boisterous line.
The great @TreeHouseBrewCo in Charlton, Massachusetts is paying home to Tom Brady by printing this label on the bottom of 26,000 cans today. pic.twitter.com/hcMrDaazKE— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 22, 2019
This is not the first time a brewery had some fun Brady-related fun, but on two of the previous occasions (here and here), trolling was the name of the game.
That said, there’s no doubt said stamped beer cans will be a quick seller in New England ahead of Super Bowl LIII. What’s more, given what one former teammate revealed about Brady a few years back, perhaps the superstar quarterback would not mind tipping a few of these cans back himself.