Superbowl Sunday

January 30th, 2015

This Sunday it’s all about good food, friends, amazing commercials, and oh yeah, a football game of some sorts, apparently (Go Hawks! Beast Mode!). With that in mind, Longwood Brewpub would like to ask an extremely important question: what type of Super Bowl foodie are you?

According to the National Chicken Council’s 2015 Wing Report, 1.25 billion wings will be eaten during Super Bowl XLIX, as fans watch the Seattle Seahawks destroy the New England Patriots (yeah, we’re calling it).

Chicken wings are undeniably the go-to sporting food staple. They’re messy, served by the pound, and like football sometimes bones have to be cracked for the best results. If you’re planning on coming to Longwood this Sunday, we’ve got your chicken wing craving covered, trust us. And if you’re not, well, that’s OK to because you can enjoy #ourcraft at home with our online ordering system (10% off to boot until the 15th of February)

We serve our wings by the pound (of course) with house made beer infused sauces. There’s Hot Jalapeño Longwood Ale, IPA BBQ, Pilsner Honey Garlic, Habanero Ultra Hot, Salt & Pepper and Sweet Thai. Don’t’ worry, we’ve also got millions of napkins on high alert, ready to keep those fingers unobstructed like Jermaine Kearse’s hands ready for a TD pass overtop the Patriots secondary.

Now of course it’s not Super Bowl Sunday without some beer to go with your beer-infused chicken wings. We’ve got eight staple craft beers to wash down your wings, or tears if you’re a Patriots fan: Czech Pilsner, Irish Red Ale, Berried Alive, Steam Punk (Dunkelweizenbrau), Stoutnik (Russian Imperial Stout), Extra Special Bitter, The Big One (India Pale Ale) and the Extra Ale (Longwood Ale).

This Sunday, North American football fans will consume a staggering 1.25 billion wings, washed down with at least 1.25 billion beers. It’s time to do your civic duty, because another Seahawks win is going to taste so much better with wings and beer under the tongue.


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