PINTS FOR PAT TOAST 2022
Join us on March 19 at Casey Moore’s Oyster House in Tempe, Arizona, to toast Pat at a Pints for Pat event hosted by Guinness! We’ll have limited edition 2022 pint glasses, featuring this year’s word, “Selfless” for sale for $10 each, as well as some 2021 closeout glasses. Come, celebrate Pints for Pat at Casey Moore’s from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 19, 2022!
2021 Pint Glasses Now Half Off
Modeled after Pat’s own glass that remained on the top shelf of Rúla Búla’s back bar until it closed in 2021, the official “Pints For Pat” Pint Glass annually features a new inscription paying tribute to Pat’s legacy. This year’s word, “Tenacious,” honors how Pat pushed himself and others to do more, inspiring them to persevere through hardship and challenges
Glasses are sold in pairs and available exclusively at the Pat Tillman Foundation Shop. Before the 2022 glasses arrive, we’re closing out our 2021 glasses — get your pair for 50% off! Proceeds support the Tillman Scholars program.
Guinness Gives Back
We’re thrilled to partner with Guinness in the 2021 Guinness Gives Back program! The Pat Tillman Foundation is the beneficiary of the Arizona Guinness Gives Back event — $1 of every Guinness Gives Back 8-pack produced in Arizona will go toward the Pat Tillman Foundation. Thank you to Diageo and Guinness for supporting PTF.
For every Guinness Gives Back pack produced across the United States, Guinness will contribute $1, up to $1 million, toward charitable organizations across America.
The Pints for Pat Tradition
Before enlisting in the Army, Pat would often ride his bike to the Rula Bula Irish Pub in Tempe, sit in the dining area and study his Cardinals playbook over a pint of Guinness.
On a particular visit, Pat brought his drinking glass an Imperial 20-oz Guinness glass with his ASU #42 engraved on it. He asked the bartender to keep his glass on the top shelf behind the bar to use on his next visit to the pub.
Shortly after 9/11, Pat gave up a new NFL contract to become an Army Ranger. During his last visit to Rula Bula, Pat left his glass in its rightful place behind the bar with a promise to return. Even after Pat’s death, his pint glass remained on the shelf of Rula Bula’s back bar until it closed in 2021.
Pat’s story and enthusiasm for life brings together communities from across the country to raise a pint in his honor.