Philadelphia bar offering ‘Crosby Tears’ as one of its draft beers
If the Flyers’ pursuit of the Stanley Cup ends this round at the hands of the Devils, at least they beat the Penguins. For many fans in the Philadelphia area, that will likely be the mindset. The Flyers knocked off the Penguins with relative ease in the opening round of the playoffs and they have certainly had their fair share of fun with it. First there was this insulting Philly newspaper cover directed at Sidney Crosby, and now a Philadelphia bar is getting in on the fun by serving a beer called “Crosby Tears.”
According to the 700 Level, a brewery called Notting Head located in the center city is currently offering “Crosby Tears” on its menu for $6.50 with the following description:
“STRONG ALE (8.7%ABV)… WHINE-LIKE IN “HONOR” OF ITS NAMESAKE… ORANGE HUED LIKE THE TEAM THAT SENT HIM HOME FOR THE SUMMER… THE PERFECT COMPLEMENT TO A PLAYOFF RUN”
Burned. When folks from Pittsburgh come into the bar and a fight breaks out, the owners better not be angry.