VA Brewery Takes Stab at Redskins with Beer Called "Sell the Team"

The Washington Redskins are halfway through another dismal season and fans are reaching their limit with how much they can put up with the team.

Now, a Virginia brewery is taking a stab at how bad the football team is with a new beer.

Harpers Ferry Brewing in Loudoun County has just released a Double West Coast style IPA called "Sell the Team" that is a message aimed directly at Redskins owner Dan Snyder to, you guessed it, sell the franchise.

Jesse from Harpers Ferry says the idea for the beer started back in 2012 when former Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III blew up his knee, essentially sending the franchise into a downward spiral. The team has gone 39-64 since including being 1-7 this season and things don't look good for the future either.

The brewery shared the announcement of the beer a few days ago and describes it as: "This double west coast IPA finished at 9.5% to get you through another dreadful Sunday. Bitter and slightly disappointing like a day at FedEx Field!"

For everyone who comes to the brewery and tries the beer, Harpers Ferry Brewing say they'll donate money to the Tree of Life food pantry to pay for a Thanksgiving dinner for a family for every keg they sell through November 11th. They hope to kick all 22 kegs of "Sell the Team" to donate 22 Thanksgiving dinners!

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