Everyone in Philadelphia Is Getting Free Beer, Thanks to Bud Light

The Bud Knight in he 2018 Bud Light Super Bowl commercial

The Bud Knight atop his horse in the 2018 Bud Light Super Bowl commercial

Celebration gets out of hand after big game victory.

The wager goes all the way back to an open practice in August, when Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson told ESPN that if they win the Super Bowl he would give out free beer to everybody.

Now that the Philadelphia Eagles have won the Super Bowl, Bud Light has spilled the details on how the city can cash in on the promise of free beer.

The city of Philadelphia has announced that a parade in honor of the team's first Super Bowl title will commence at 11 a.m.at Broad Street and Pattinson Avenue.

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After the Eagles came out victorious over the Patriots, Bud Light tweeted that Eagles fans who are of legal drinking age, could join Lane Johnson at taverns along the parade route to "raise one of the Kingdom's favorite light lagers". Now, Bud Light is responsible for buying every Eagles fan a drink in what will undoubtedly be a very massive (and very raucous) party in Pennsylvania.

In keeping with the theme of its medieval ad campaign, the company also released a "scroll" that pretty much echoed those sentiments, albeit in faux Middle English.

"Joineth us and thy courageous knight, Sir Lane Johnson, for the parade of tickered tapes, cheesed steaks and the kingdom's favored lighteth lager", it continued.

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