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Guinness Brewed Texans Defensive End JJ Watt His Own Special Batch of Beer

Guinness Brewed Texans Defensive End JJ Watt His Own Special Batch of Beer


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The beer, brewed exclusively for Watt, features the defensive end’s jersey number, 99

The trip to Dublin was part of an annual travel pact made by Watt and his closest friends from high school.

This year, during a trip to Dublin with his friends, Houston Texans defensive end J. Watt was given an exceptional welcome gift when the group stopped at the Open Gate Brewery, an experimental brewery operated by Guinness.

The brewery, which is located in St. James Gate, Dublin, and is now open to the public, welcomed Watt with a batch of his very own beer, brewed exclusively for the league’s three-time Defensive Player of the Year.

The bottles feature a label with his jersey number, 99, and the words “exclusively brewed for JJ Watt.”

When Guinness brews you your own personal beer.... Incredible!!! pic.twitter.com/5aVAQ5Xrz5

— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) February 12, 2016

On Twitter, Watt shared photos of the special brew and explained that the trip is part of an annual travel tradition with the 26-year-old and his nine closest friends from high school.

10 best friends from high school. 1 trip per year. A lifetime of memories. #ThanksForTheLoyaltyBoys #TrueFriends pic.twitter.com/q3PKxWiT0o

— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) February 12, 2016

Watt, who recently underwent surgery for a sports hernia and subsequently had to withdraw from the Pro Bowl, is currently in recovery, so his Dublin vacation came at the right time.


Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.
Many are calling Chief Justice David Maraga a national hero after the Supreme Court said the presidential vote was tainted by "irregularities and illegalities." Theresa May calls for unity, as MPs return from the summer break to debate the EU repeal bill.


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