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Miller beer isn't disappearing entirely from Brewers games

Posted at 1:57 PM, Feb 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-14 16:27:55-05

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.

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

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.

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