It’s illegal, of course…
I am in no way suggesting, nor slyly recommending, that you violate stadium policy or drink irresponsibly. There's no justification for breaking the law just to save a few bucks.
But, I understand… after spending exorbitant amounts of money for tickets, parking, and merchandise, what do you have to do to enjoy your favorite beer? You wait on a long line at the concession stand and possibly miss a Sports Center highlight play just so you can pay 12 bucks. Now that's criminal.
So if you do decide to bring your own beer to the game, it’s your ass, but at least be smart about it.
Do drink responsibly. Use your head and stick to one stealth drinking gadget.
That is, if you plan to use a BeerBelly, don't overdo it and also bring a binocular flask and Sippin' Seat filled with booze - that's just asking for trouble.
Do be creative. Have one person use a BeerBelly filled with cranberry juice or mixer while you or someone else uses a Sippin' Seat ($28.79) for the hard stuff.
Don't be reckless and carry in a binocular flask full of 151-proof alcohol.
Don't try to sneak beer in cans or bottles or hiding flasks of booze within layers of baggy clothing or the deep pockets of your jacket. Unless you're living in the past, you should know by now that you won't make it past the pat-downs or the metal detectors. And even if you do, you're not going to be able to carry much that way.
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