MILWAUKEE — When you hit up Miller Park for Brewers games this year, you will still be able to buy yourself a cold Miller Lite.
The Brewers announced Thursday that Miller Coors will still be the official beer partner of the Milwaukee Brewers for years to come, despite Miller no longer being a part of the name in 2021.
As a part of this partnering extension, the Brewers will unveil new fan experiences for the 2020 season. These experiences include a new Miller Lite Landing and the Leinie Lodge.
The newly constructed Miller Lite Landing is an enhanced seating experience located in left-center field, Loge Level. It includes three rows of seating with tables, a viewing deck space, flat screen TV's, and a 7-foot Brewers' logo made entirely of Miller Lite cans.
We have a multi-year extension to keep the Molson Coors Beverage Company as the official beer partner of the #Brewers! As part of the extension, the 2020 season will launch fan experiences, led by the Miller Lite Landing and Leinie Lodge.— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) February 13, 2020
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According to a press release, the Miller Lite Landing also, "features cold drink holders, built into the rails, to keep beverages perfectly chilled."
Each ticket purchased in the Miller Lite Landing comes with a $10 food and beverage credit as well.
Tickets for the Miller Lite Landing will go on sale Saturday at the Miller Park Box Office or at Brewers.com/Tickets.
In addition to the Miller Lite Landing, the Miller Lite Deck is going to be branded and named the Leinie Lodge. This is a space catered to groups of 25-60.
Finally, the Brewers are adding a new bar to Miller Park: the Terrapin Beer Company bar. This new bar will be located on the field level near the right field corner.