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Colorado Brewery Sides With Indianapolis in Tom Brady-Andrew Luck Beer War

When will the madness stop?

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The beer war between Indiana and Massachusetts is heating up, and it's spreading across the country. After a mischievous Indianapolis brewery employee printed "Tom Brady Sux" on the bottom of 20,000 beer cans, and another brewery in Canton, Mass., retaliated by printing "A. Luck Sux" on the bottom of its cans, a third party is taking sides. Longmont, Colo.-based Oskar Blues Brewery is supporting Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts, printing "Nice job, Biscuit!" on the bottom of its cans.

Biscuit is the name of the Sun King Brewing Company employee who took the first shot at Brady. Of course, the beer can arms race is inspired by the NFL rivalry between the Indianapolis Colts, led by Luck, and Brady's New England Patriots. Oskar Blues jumps into the fray representing the Denver Broncos, who employ former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and are also rivals of the Patriots.

It may seem like everyone is ganging up on Brady and the Pats, but New England gets the last laugh. Last season, the team put up a combined 3-0 record against the Colts and Broncos and went on to win the Super Bowl.

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