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Philadelphia Bar Brews a Beer Called 'Crosby Tears' On Tap


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By Enrico Campitelli

Jr.

The700Level.com

Philadelphia bar and brewery

Nodding Head

, located in center city, is known for their impressive array of bobbleheads near the entrance to their second floor drinking establishment, but they are also known for naming a beer or two in honor of Philly sports. They regularly have a "

700 Level Ale

" (unrelated to this site) on tap and following the Flyers big series victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins decided to name a beer in "honor" of one Sidney Crosby. They called it "Crosby Tears."

From the menu description:

CROSBY TEARS - $6.50 tulip

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

We haven't sampled the tears just yet, but will have to make a trip down Sansom Street soon.

Menu photo sent in by reader Zach.

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By Enrico Campitelli

Jr.

The700Level.com

Philadelphia bar and brewery

Nodding Head

, located in center city, is known for their impressive array of bobbleheads near the entrance to their second floor drinking establishment, but they are also known for naming a beer or two in honor of Philly sports. They regularly have a "

700 Level Ale

" (unrelated to this site) on tap and following the Flyers big series victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins decided to name a beer in "honor" of one Sidney Crosby. They called it "Crosby Tears."

From the menu description:

CROSBY TEARS - $6.50 tulip

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

We haven't sampled the tears just yet, but will have to make a trip down Sansom Street soon.

Menu photo sent in by reader Zach.

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I heard that if you finish the beer there is a picture of him hoisting the CUP from a couple years ago

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