Johnny Football fan creates 'Man'z Ale' beer at Ohio brewery
MAY 23, 2014 11:00a ET
Aggies fans: If you still want to soak up Johnny Manziel mania, now you can. Literally.
After the Cleveland Browns selected Manziel in the NFL Draft, one enterprising fan in Ohio came up with an idea.
He liked beer and wanted to create a Belgian-style golden ale, so he went to The Brew Kettle in Strongsville where he could make his own brew.
All he needed was a name and a label.
So what did he decide? Johnny Man'z Ale.
"I got a lot of people who want a bottle," Chris Slavin, a 33-year-old machine technician, told Ohio.com's Beer Blog. "But I'm pretty sure it's totally illegal to sell them. I made them for my own personal use."
Here's a good picture of the custom label:
Slavin told Ohio.com his only goal from this experiment is to get "a job in marketing and drink one with Johnny Manziel."
Good luck, Chris. Keep doing yeoman's work.
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