This Miller Park Beer Vendor Is A Complete Loser
A Miller Park beer vendor is making the rounds after he launched a political action committee to have people only be allowed to buy beers from their seats and not from sections around the ballpark. I’m mad that I’m giving this attention, but you must know this guy is a loser with nothing better to do. I hope no one buys beers from him at Miller Park moving forward because this is truly a ridiculous argument by him. Let’s count the ways.
1. He makes no case for credit card payments – In this day and age, people don’t carry cash especially the 21-25 year olds that are getting blasted at the game. If the vendors included a card system, it might entice more people to stay at their seats. I know I prefer to have a vendor come up and get my beer most of the time due to not having to leave my seat plus I have cash on hand. I think that’s the biggest issue here is not that many people are carrying around wads of cash.
2. Sometimes, it nice to get up and walk around – There are so many people who go to Miller Park, and they’re not baseball fans. That’s okay. Therefore, they want to walk around for a little bit. Maybe check out the pro shop, look at different food places and buy beer out in the concourse. Not many people want to be chained to their seats for the entire game amid whatever this guy says.
3. Craft beer revolution – I’m not a beer snob at baseball games for the most part. I’m fine with Miller Lite or the occasional Summer Shandy. That said, there are many that are not. It’s why Milwaukee invested in more craft beer stations that had a Wisconsin craft brewery focus. One of the cooler things about Wrigley Field vendors is they had all varieties of Goose Island. If a vendor went around with different types of Lenie’s that would be a major uptick in keeping people from leaving their seats.
Anyways, this guy sucks hard. I’m unsure why he is that upset he needs to make a billboard. If he’s in my section for the rest of the year, I’ll probably never buy a beer unless I’m desperate.