The Milwaukee Brewers are the second MLB team to add a DraftServ self-serve beer machine, as the Miller Park unit was operational at last night’s game.
Fans 21 and older will be able to purchase a $15 or $25 card that will act similar to a credit card. Fans can use their card on one of two machines and can pour up to 24 ounces of beer in a single cup. Beverages available include Miller Lite, Miller High Life, Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy and Redd’s Apple Ale.
There is a maximum of two drinks per person per transaction, and fans using the service will need to show their proof-of-age when they purchase the cards and again when they access the DraftServ unit.
“We are always looking at the latest conveniences for fans as we add to the Miller Park experience,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers chief operating officer. “The DraftServ technology is new to sports venues, and we are excited to be among the first organizations to bring it to a wide audience.”
The Minnesota Twins were the first MLB team to ad a Draftserv machine (shown above during the 2014 All-Star Game at Target Field).
The DraftServ units will be located behind section 127 near the Big B’s Diner on the third base side.
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