Bud Light's puts free beer in Browns 'Victory Fridges’

This Bud's for W Browns 1st win will unlock fridges filled with free Bud Light

This Bud's for W Browns 1st win will unlock fridges filled with free Bud Light

On Tuesday, August 14, 2018, Bud Light and the Cleveland Browns unveiled the "Victory Fridge". It'll be hooked up to Wi-Fi, and when the Browns win, Bud Light will simultaneously unlock all of them at once.

Anheuser-Busch has announced they will be placing Bug Light "Victory Fridges" at bars throughout Cleveland that will automatically unlock via a wi-fi connection after the Browns win their first regular-season game.

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"Obviously they haven't won in a while".

Coming off an 0-16 year, the Cleveland Browns and their rabid fan base are eager to taste victory for the first time since Week 16 of the 2016-17 National Football League season.

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If/when the Browns win their first game this season, Bud Light will be giving away free beer in a number of Cleveland-area bars. How?

The fridges will be placed at locations inside the Browns' FirstEnergy Stadium, as well as in locations nearby where people must be 21 or over to attend. The race to the "Victory Fridge" will begin then.

Goeler says the beer in the victory fridges will be changed out every month, if necessary, to ensure the product stays fresh, per ESPN. "They responded to the Browns post saying, "@Browns fans, these fridges will open this year.

To receive one of the victory beverages, the fan must be inside the bar when the final whistle is blown to make sure that person is of legal drinking age.

The best-case scenario is the Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1 and the beer company profits off its charity.

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