Jesus turned water into wine, and Tebow is being turned into beer. Bonfire Brewing in Eagle(Vail) is about to release a beer in honor of Tim Tebow, called “Tebrew: The Sunday Sipper”. The Colorado based brewing company announced their latest beer on their Facebook page.
But football fans will have to wait until after the season is over because the beer is being released for the Vail Big Beers Festival in January.
“It was never intended to go into distribution,” said Andy Jessen of Bonfire Brewing . “It’s really more about the uniqueness of the year and the time of year to celebrate football. And we all love the Broncos up here.”
10% of all Tebrew sales will go to Tim Tebow Foundation. While Tebrew is only available for limited time only, maybe Tebow will turn Gateorade into beer.
Tim Tebow finally got the starting quarterback job for the Denver Broncos, but is he leaving football to pursue a career in acting?
On Jim Rome’s ESPN Radio Show, Fox Filmed Entertainment CEO John Rothman threw Tebow’s name out to play Bruce Willis’ son in the movie Die Hard V. Willis’ legendary character John McClane, combines grit, determination and fear. Rothman asked Rome, “What do you think of Tebow in the lead?”
Rome argued, “He might be too nice, but no one would work harder to make it work.” Rothmans says he expects many young Hollywood actors to audition for the part. “We have to find just the right guy.”
If Tebow does get the part, will he wear his John 3:16 eye black?
Tim Tebow stopped by The Daily Show to visit John Stewart to discuss his new book and his deeply rooted faith… which includes posing in his boxers!
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis had a career year after he was traded from the Denver Broncos. Hillis was 8th in the AFC for rushing and scored 11 touchdowns.
According to reports, Hillis was traded after he hit on former head coach Josh McDaniel’s wife. But accordingly to Hillis, he was traded for another reason… the color of his skin. Hillis told the Huffington Post:
“In Denver they just wanted me to play strictly fullback, nothing else. I wasn’t too happy about the situation, but I was trying to be a team player. I just wanted to be on the field. It ended up I didn’t play anything at all…. They’ll say, ‘You white boy, you ain’t gonna run on us today. This is ridiculous. Why are you giving offensive linemen the ball? All kinds of stuff like that you hear on the field, but I use that to my advantage. I kind of soaked it in, ate it up a little bit, because I enjoyed it.”