Once a year, the entire country comes together to celebrate the biggest holiday in America, the Super Bowl. It beats out Thanksgiving because turkey day is just an excuse to take a day off to watch less exciting football games, and Christmas loses out because it doesn’t have Beyonce performing the halftime show. It’s the one day of the year where every red-blooded American comes together with friends and family to watch the two best teams in the NFL go head-to-head to decide who is truly the best. And to those of you who don’t like football, there’s the world class highly priced commercials that everybody will be talking about Monday morning. The question isn’t if you’re going to watch it, but where.
Now, you could have a party at your place, which means hours of preparation beforehand and then cleanup afterwards. Maybe you’re going to a friend’s house, where you have no idea what kind of food will be there and have to worry about your host constantly nagging at you to put your beer on a coaster. Neither of those sound super appealing, so we found another option you might like better. Our dear, dear friends over at Brew Exchange are hosting a Super Boil Party starting at 4:30 on Sunday with free all you can eat crawfish. Yeah, you read that right.
Yeah, we know, it’s pretty awesome. Why worry about causing a mess at your house when you can head to your favorite bar for some awesome drink specials ($4 Skyy Products & $3 Abita Products) alongside a free crawfish boil. Crawfish boils are the best way to spend your Sunday afternoon anyways, and combined with the biggest game of the year, it’s just a win-win-win.
Everybody’s been talking about the game, whether it’s the President chiming in about the safety of football or people still complaining about the recent Beyonce-gate scandal. The biggest story, of course, is the game itself. Two brothers who are head coaches leading their teams to the huge championship. A young quarterback playing his 10th start ever in the biggest game of the year. The best defensive player of the past 15 years trying to win a championship game in his last game before retirement. You couldn’t come up with a storyline this compelling if you were a Hollywood screenwriter, and they all come to a head Sunday night at the most watched event in the country.
So who will win it all? The Baltimore Ravens or The San Francisco 49ers? How often will the commentators talk about Colin Kaepernick’s tattoos? Will there be any funny commercials? Will Beyonce actually sing at the halftime show? And most importantly, will you have enough free crawfish to eat while watching the game? (Yes, the answer is a resounding yes, as long as you go to Brew Exchange.) The party starts at 4:30 and goes all night, with DJ Mike Swing spinning tunes after the game ends. You know it’s going to be a good time.