Packers to debut NFL's first self-serve beer machine

Friday November 14th, 2014

The Green Bay Packers will introduce the NFL's first self-serve beer machine on Sunday at Lambeau Field, according to The Associated Press

Customers can purchase $20 beer cards with proof that they are of legal drinking age, then can swipe the card at the machine after showing identification again. The Packers said that the station will give fans "more leeway in the amount of beer they drink," however the same purchase limits that apply to alcohol bought at Lambeau's concessions will apply at the machine as well. 

The Seahawks got busted for selling watered-down beer

Miller Lite and Oktoberfest are the beer choices that will be available Sunday, according to the AP

In July, baseball's Minnesota Twins debuted MLB's first self-serving beer machines at the All-Star game at Target Field. The Milwaukee Brewers then became the first National League team to do so in September at Miller Park. 

Green Bay (6-3) hosts the Philadelphia Eagles (7-2) on Sunday. 

- Molly Geary



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