Two’s Company Touchdown Football Beer Mug

Score a touchdown with your beer.

It’s normal for social drinkers to lose track of how much beer they have downed, but it can be a recipe for disaster. The Touchdown Football Beer Mug provides a much simpler but fun solution, which is to use marker lines on the glass to show the amount of beer you have drunk so far. To make it more enjoyable, the markers use football scoring terminology. Ideal for people who love to drink beer while watching sports.
Under $25
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