Milwaukee Bar Offered Free Beer Until The Packers Scored A Touchdown. The Problem? They Didn’t Score On Sunday
A Milwaukee bar has caught itself in a pickle during their promotion, which has been in effect all season.
To drive people into their place during game days, The Bavarian Bierhaus offered up free beer to anyone who came in during game time this past Sunday until the local NFL team, the Green Bay Packers, scored a touchdown.
The last time the Packers were shutout during a home game was back in 2006. How could this go wrong?
However, this deal went south as the Baltimore Ravens swooped in and shut out the Packers on their home turf. Thus, patrons of the Bierhaus went the entire game with free beers to drown the sorrows of their crushing defeat in.
The Bierhaus is holding up their end of the deal, however. They’ve committed to offering free beer all week long until they score against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.