St. Pete brewery celebrates Bucs win with 'Former New England IPA'

Cheers to Tom Brady

click to enlarge St. Pete brewery celebrates Bucs win with 'Former New England IPA'
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St. Petersburg's 3 Daughters has created a New England-themed IPA in honor of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ newest stars from the area.

Following the team’s win against the Carolina Panthers, “Former New England IPA” will soon be sold in six-packs by select retailers in Tampa Bay including Publix, Total Wine & More and ABC Fine Wine and Spirits.

The brew, which is 6.9% ABV, has a juicy, citrus flavor with heavy aromatics, says the company, and pays homage to the old teams of new star players Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, but the can is sure to note, “it’s always more fun in the Florida sun.”

“The beer itself is a Florida twist on a classic American brew, a citrusy and crushable version of the traditional New England-style IPA, highlighting the flavors of the Sunshine State while giving a nod to the history of great brewing in New England,” said Vice-President of Sales and Marketing Brian Horne.

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