Slammin’ Sam Beer Makes Florida Debut at World Golf Village

A beer named after Sam Snead is now available at World Golf Village.

Isn’t it about time we talked about beer in this space?

Many of us partake in a brew on the course or at the 19th hole, but rarely is there a golf tie-in to the beer itself. It’s just … beer.

Not anymore. Now, you can drink in honor of a World Golf Hall of Famer.

The Slammin’ Sam Beer Company has created a craft-brewed premium American lager in honor of 82-time PGA Tour winner Sam Snead, one of the game’s most respected gentlemen and champions.

Appropriately, Slammin’ Sam is making its Florida debut at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, home of the Hall of Fame and two terrific golf courses, the Slammer & Squire and King & Bear.

“It’s only fitting that a beer honoring Mr. Snead would make its Florida debut at a facility to which he has such lasting ties,” said James Hahn, general manager of the two courses. “Our members and guests already are enjoying it while challenging a course he helped design.”

This isn’t just an average pour with a famous name – those tend to fizzle out in short order. Slammin’ Sam is made in Wisconsin by Stevens Point Brewery from a proprietary recipe developed by a master brewer.

If you’re not visiting St. Augustine, no problem – Slammin’ Sam is marching across North America to various restaurants, bars and grocery stores.

We can all enjoy beer named after the great Snead. Now if we could just replicate his golf swing …

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