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Bad Birdie teams up with Four Peaks Brewing on limited-edition golf apparel and beer release

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January 17, 2024
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This limited edition launch from the funky golfers’ favorite, Bad Birdie, and the Arizona-based and invitingly-low-key craft brewer, Four Peaks, has everything you need, from breezy printed polos with matching towels and headcovers, to a crushable ale to brighten your rounds. The headliner is the “Bad Birdie Juicy Golden Ale,” which boasts sunshine undertones of pineapple, orange, guava, and passion fruit and comes in a zesty blue packaging with Bad Birdie-designed graphics to boot.

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Unfortunately, the beer is only available in stores in Arizona—but the coordinating apparel collection is available everywhere. The print leading the line blends golf and lifestyle, a nod to both collaborators, and includes splashy sketches of whimsical cacti, golden sunsets, palm trees, orange slices and, of course, golf-themed accouterments, including a fun flagstick cocktail stirrer.

Whether or not your go-to on-course beverage of choice is a can of beer, or if you’re in the depths of Dry January, the limited edition clothing and accessories capsule is packed with the cool, playful, edgy—but accessible—vibes Bad Birdie is known for. Fans of the line will recognize signature silhouettes from the brand, like the graphic tees, rope hat, quarter-zip, and polos in sleeveless and short sleeve styles for men and women, only now washed in the bursting new print. The towel and head cover accessories make for perfect garnishes to any late winter golf bag in need of a refresh.

“We've teamed up with Four Peaks Brewery to craft a beer that is perfect for golf, on and off the course,” Bad Birdie’s founder, Jason Richardson, said in a press release. “It's easy to drink and I'm not gonna lie, you're probably going to want to have more than one of these during your round. This collaboration is a continuation of Bad Birdie's mission to disrupt golf and push the sport toward being more innovative, inclusive and creative.”