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Peyton Manning has inspired “Oatmaha,” a beer named after his famous “Omaha!” call, which is being sold in Denver.

By Extra Mustard
May 18, 2016

Peyton Manning has done it all. MVP. Super Bowl champion. And now he has inspired a terrible pun.

Back in November, Denver’s Factotum Brewhouse and Tow Yard Brewing in Indianapolis collaborated on “Oatmaha,” a beer named after Manning’s famous “Omaha!” call. Now, they’ve made some more and are selling it in Denver.

“The Oatmaha name comes from Manning’s popular “Omaha” pre-snap call while also referencing the oats used in the recipe to symbolize the two ‘horse’ teams Manning played for in the NFL, the Colts and the Broncos,” a listing on The Roosevelts reads. “The 6.7 percent ABV, 38 IBU brew — light and refreshing for Manning’s Bud Light-favoring tasted buds — also incorporates corn to symbolize Indiana and sage for Colorado.”

You can now buy it exclusively at the Factotum taproom in Denver. So, if you’re out of state, you’re out of luck.

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