It’s important for a team to strive to be the best. The Cincinnati Reds are the best in all of American sports at having the most self-serve beer taps available. Great American Ball Park has added 20 self-serve beer stations just in time for Opening Day (April 6)! Atlanta’s DraftServ Technologies confirms this is the largest install in any one stadium, according to national sales manager Tobi Pequignot.
Beer lovers will be able to pour their own Bud Light, Budweiser or Goose Island draft and pay by the ounce using a Beer card, that can be bought in the ballpark’s stores in denominations of $20 and $100.
You’ll pay about 39 cents an ounce for Bud products, while the Goose Island varietals will run about 54 cents per ounce. They say it takes about 20 seconds to fill your beer.
You’ll find these four taps draft machines at 10 locations around the stadium — six on the Terrace level (from foul pole to foul pole), three on the View level (at home plate between first and third base) and one in Champions Club.