"Everyday is like Sunday," sings Morrissey. Here in New England we wish everyday could be like Sunday. Getting together with family and friends in the Fall for the greatest game ever, Football. New Englanders take pride in all their home teams, but there's something special about the New England Patriots. Maybe it's the drive down route 1 with little scenery for miles, then the site of the enormous Gillette Stadium comes into view. Or even the three Super Bowl wins this decade. We all talk about the game all week long and if you have tickets, then you are one of the luckiest fans around.
This past season has been one for the books. With rookies like Gronkowski off to a great start, then the embarrassment in Cleveland and also the record breaking comeback in Pittsburgh the past 2 weeks. It's no wonder excitement fills the crisp New England air. This Sunday, they are back at home in Foxboro at Gillette Stadium and it's not just another game. No sir, this is against Peyton Manning and the Colts. The biggest AFC rival of the decade. Fans everywhere are buzzing about how many yards they think Tom Brady will throw over Manning. With the Patriots current stats of 7 and 2 and Colts being 6 and 3, this Sunday has built up a lot of intensity.
There are quite a few ways to enjoy the big game, but we all know there's nothing like experiencing it in person. The roar of 50,000 fans, smell of burgers from the concessions and taste of delicious beer. We've said it before that New England's favorite Gansett beer goes best with New England's only NFL team. You can enjoy both lager and light on tap at the Beers Of New England cart on the 100 level concourse. Pop into Bar Louie in Patriot Place before or after the game for a quick Gansett draft. So why not take a case with you for the tailgating party. Your friends will love it. Recently the Fox News article "Top Beers for Tailgate Parties" was published and Narragansett porter was among the other three. Here's what they had to say: