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Amstel Light offers Bruins more beer Add to ...

Will the Boston Bruin who ordered the one Amstel Light beer in the team's $156,000 (US) bar tab please identify himself?

Late last week, it was revealed that the Bruins post-Stanley Cup party at a Connecticut nightclub/casino was highlighted by a bar tab that tapped out at $156,679.74. Now comes another twist in this intoxicating tale: one of the Bruins ordered a single light beer and the Amstel folks what to know who it was.

Why? They believe this player made "a great decision" and want to reward him with … more Amstel Light. The company issued a news release Tuesday asking for the Bruin who ordered the lone Light to publicly out himself, even at the risk of having it used against him by Sean Avery.

Avery: "Hey, you light beer drinking half-pint."

Bruin: "You're cut off."

The Bruins bar tab included a $100,000 bottle of rare champagne bought by the team owners. The bottle was signed by the players and will be auctioned off by the casino.

It was also reported the bar bill included 35 Jager Bombs, three bottles of Captain Morgan and 67 bottles of Fiji water.

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