Coors Field serving 'Old Style' beer for Cubs fans


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Chicago is known for enjoying cans of 'Old Style' beer as they have adopted it as their beer since 1902 from Wisconsin.

It's a cheap beer that is similar to PBR and Coors Field has decided to sell Old Style for the three-game set between the Cubs so hopefully, the Northsiders will buy it in large quantities at the stadium. If you were watching game one of the series chances are you knocked back a couple after watching the Cubs performance in the 10-4 loss.

Normally, they do not serve it at the ballpark. Check out the pic below of a patron showcasing their Old Style beer.


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