Coors Field has more beer offerings than ever — which is good, because fans might need to drink a lot in order to swallow the Colorado Rockies' record thus far, with two losses at the ballpark and another game on tap for this afternoon. This year, Coors Field and Aramark — which runs all of the food and beverage vending operations inside the stadium — are welcoming one selection each from two breweries that have never been served at the ballpark before: Left Hand in Longmont and Upslope Brewing in Boulder. Says Whitney:
Another reason to go to a game this season!
Anything to keep the fans coming... because it sure ain't the baseball.
When you're at Coors Field, what beer do you drink? What's your favorite food vendor?
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