Do you love a frothy boy? Do you love to get frothy? Do you love to get on the beers? Turns out, after water and tea, beer is the third most popular drink in the world. So—chances are you do!
And you know what they say. A hard-earned thirst needs a big, cold t-shirt. And the best cold t-shirt is Thread. Threadheads.
Consume These Beer Shirts Irresponsibly
As much as we love making terrible life decisions while consuming beer and crying in the foetal position the next day, we believe in the responsible consumption of beer. And yes, we’re sorry, that’s even if you’re drinking away your responsibility.
The great thing is you can never get too drunk on beer shirts. In fact, you could irresponsibly spend your life savings on thousands of these Vincent Van Froth tees and still feel responsible. Why?
Well, we’re glad you asked (even though you totally didn’t).
Our tees are ethically-sourced, and our manufacturers live and breathe social responsibility. So, even if you’re passed out in your driveway, drunk and half-naked, being urinated on by a stray dog, at least you’ll know that if you’re wearing a Threadheads tee, you’re still doing good.
Beer Graphic Tees Made For the Belly Bloat
If you’re partial to a frothy boy, you’ve probably experienced belly bloat. Please don't mistake this with the more permanent version—the beer belly. They are close cousins, though.
Why does beer cause belly bloat? We’d like to tell ourselves that it’s because there’s an exorbitant amount of nutrients in beer, and the belly bloat is the body’s way of storing those nutrients. And that it’ll drip-feed us those nutrients during a marinated evening to make sure that we’re hydrated. Unfortunately, that’s complete and utter donkey’s poop. We get the bloat simply because beer is a carbonated beverage, which means carbon dioxide is released into our bodies.
Alright, you’ve wasted my time. What does this have to do with t-shirts? Our Threadheads tees come in a relaxed fit, which means that should you choose to get overly comfortable with your crafties at any point during the day, our tees may help blanket the bloat. Just saying.
Hold My Beer Shirts. Here Are Some Beer Facts.
Do you consider yourself a crafty connoisseur? There’s actually a name for that. You’d be familiar with wine experts being called sommeliers. But did you know that beer experts are known as beery-weery-poos?
Dang it, you caught us with our pints down again. We’re kidding. You’d call them a cicerone. Pretty random, huh? Here are some more beer facts to pair with your beer graphic tees:
- The Czech Republic consumes the most beer per capita. So, please Czech these tees out. Hehehe.
- The strongest beer is called Snake Venom with a whopping 67.5 points of strength. It was created in 2017 by Brewmeister. Rumour has it that if you successfully drink this beer, you will get drunk. Dun-dun-dun.
- If you name your child beer, you will not magically get free beer delivered to your door by beer fairies. Beer Heads is still angry, but he’ll get over it.
- The world’s most expensive beer cost $503,300 (apparently).
I Hate Beer Shirts. What Am I Doing Here?
Hur hur hur. We got ya. You were probably so engrossed in all of this poppycock that you forgot that you’re a sophisticated human who only drinks rosé. We like your style. And these artsy t-shirts might be more your vibe.