Surly is on board with MN United soccer player's beer chugging idea

Minnesota United's Justin Davis just got himself a free case of beer every week.
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Minnesota United defender Justin "Stone Cold" Davis loves him some beer.

Davis, in a video talking about Minnesota's first season as a Major League Soccer team, says he's willing to sell out for any beer sponsor willing to promote a "Lambeau Leap" into the stands followed by some beer chugging.

Even if it is all tongue and cheek, Surly Brewing is on board with Davis' idea, making him a "serious offer" of one case of beer after every home game.

Growler Mag has the funny stipulations in their proposal, including making Davis pick the beer up at the brewery and host two nights of trivia.

Paging all Twin Cities breweries...@DouginDavis is looking to sellout ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/QDyhXzlGf9

— Minnesota United FC (@MNUFC) January 28, 2017

The United's inaugural season in the MLS begins next month.

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