This fall, Texas-based Revolver Brewing, which was purchased by what is now Molson Coors in 2016, is joining forces with the Dallas Cowboys to debut three new, limited-edition beers as part of AT&T Stadium’s Teamwork Brews Series.
And no, actual players weren’t involved in what is being billed as a Dallas Cowboys collaboration, but these beers are so much more interesting that just the usual team-branded lagers that commonly result from these kinds of partnerships.
This is how Revolver is describing its upcoming lineup of specialty beers which will only be available at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
- Watermelon-Hi: Brewed in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Crucial Catch Cowboys Game, Watermelon-Hi is a kolsch with notes of pale malt, watermelon puree, a touch of honey and then aged with hibiscus for its signature pink hue. Kegged by Revolver’s Commercial Operations Manager Megan Mares and female leaders from the Dallas Cowboys and LEGENDS organizations, the specialty beer will be available for both October home games.
- 2 Beers in a Barrel: For the month of November, the teams at Revolver, the Dallas Cowboys and AT&T stadium wanted to brew something fitting for the personal bourbon barrels of Jerry Jones. After testing over dozens of beers, the result is an unlikely blend of Schwarzbier and Dunkel with bold malt flavors that seamlessly meld with the vanilla and woody notes of the barrel.
- Barrel Aged Dem Berries: What better way to celebrate Dem Boys than with a twist on Revolver’s Classic, Dem Berries. The limited-edition brew takes Revolver’s signature blueberry wheat beer with citrus and subtle wheat notes, and ages it in Jones’ family bourbon barrels, and will be available all football season long.
“This fall, we couldn’t be more pumped to bring a taste of the Texas countryside to the football field with the help of the Dallas Cowboys and AT&T Stadium,” says Megan Mares at Revolver Brewing. “From sessionable sippers to more complex, barrel-aged beers, we can’t wait for both beer and sports fans to try them.”
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