GEORGIA GAS STATION SUSPENDING SALE OF SAM ADAMS BEER


Last week, Boston Globe sportswriter Dan Shaughnessy wrote a column in the paper with the headline: “It’s hard to get pumped up about a Super Bowl against … Atlanta.”

Shaughnessy took a shot at Atlanta, describing the city as a place with "absolutely zero enthusiasm for professional sports."

Well, that rubbed some people the wrong way, including Viral Chhadua, who manages a gas station in Gainesville – and who’s now refusing to sell one of New England’s most popular beers leading up to the big game.

Viral says he’s keeping Samuel Adams, which is Boston Beer Company’s flagship beer, off his shelves until after the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons face off on Sunday.

Samuel Adams Beer posted a light-hearted response on Twitter, which read, "Won’t be their only loss. #OneMore." (Fox News)

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