List of Philadelphia Eagles Beers Made By Pennsylvania Breweries

The following is a list of beers made by Philadelphia and local breweries inspired by the Philadelphia Eagles who brought the first Super Bowl home to Philadelphia in 2017. 

Broken Goblet No One Likes Us, We Don’t Care is an unfiltered IPA inspired by Jason Kelce’s historic speech during the Eagles Super Bowl Parade. Broken Goblet introduced this beer to the world with a can release and an appearance by Jason Kelce himself at the brewery. The Broken Goblet brewmaster and Jason Kelce have a personal relationship. They’ve brewed beer together. Originally, this beer was brewery-only, but they recently expanded to distribute 16oz cans to the Philadelphia area.

Evil Genius Fly Like An Eagle is a water ice (“WOODER ice”) inspired New England IPA brewed with lactose and vanilla. Water ice is a Philadelphia staple, as are its beloved sports teams. What better way to celebrate the hometown heroes than to create a beer that reflects Philly pride as much as water ice. This beer is only released in small batches of draft and 16oz cans at their Fishtown brewpub. The current version is cherry.

Flying Fish Go Birds is a pale ale from the Somerdale, New Jersey brewery. After receiving a cease and desist letter from the Philadelphia Eagles for using an eagle on the label, they were forced to change the image to the Flying Fish logo.

Iron Hill Philly Special is Iron Hill Brewery’s version of a juicy New England IPA, named after the infamous play that helped the Philadelphia Eagles win their first Super Bowl. Their draft list is seasonal, but this beer is a winner!

Lancaster Brewing Company 41-33 Lager is a triumph for lagers everywhere. The name comes from the score of Super Bowl 53. It’s crisp and refreshing with a smooth malt backbone. Winning is for the birds.

Rebel Hill Bleed Green is an IPA brewed by Rebel Hill in Phoenixville, PA. Another iteration is Double dry-hopped Bleen Green, the same recipe, but another dose of hops is added during fermentation, allowing for more dankness without the bitterness that is extracted in the boil.

Round Guys Rye Eagles Rye is a rye IPA brewed in Lansdale that can often be found at distributors in the area. The rye contributes a spicy malt character in addition to the hops.

Roy Pitz 4 The Win is named after the Philadelphia Eagles’ kicker Jake Elliott (#4). This beer is a New England IPA brewed with Marris Otter malt and lactose, then hopped with Simcoe, Mosaic, and Galaxy.

Stable 12 Underdog Lager is an amber lager brewed in Phoenixville, PA. Amber Lagers have a toasty, caramel-like malt character. At 4.1%, this beer is perfect for the big game, but don’t count it out because of the low ABV. This beer is packed with flavor!

Urban Village Fiddy Two is a small release IPA from the Northern Liberties brewpub, aptly named after the Eagles’ Super Bowl “Fiddy Two” win. They eventually distributed this in cans in a limited release. Fiddy Two is brewed with 100% Galaxy hops, appropriately for the greatest football team in the galaxy. Notes of passionfruit and cantaloupe. It can currently be found in cans in the Philadelphia area after being distributed in October.

Well-Crafted Gisele’s Tears is an IPA brewed with 100% pure failure and envy harvested in New England in February 2018. These flavors blend perfectly with late additions of El Dorado and Vic Secret hops. Notes of ripe pineapple, passionfruit, wildflower honey, and fresh-squeezed orange juice.

Weyerbacher Dallas Sucks is a pale ale that was originally brewed in collaboration with Jose Pistola’s Mexican restaurant in Philadelphia. One thing Philadelphia sports fans love more than beer is mocking the Dallas Cowboys, our division rivals. Weyerbacher is a large scale distribution brewery so this beer can be found throughout the tri-state area. “This one’s for the fans.”


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