Exclusive beer specials for T7L at Mikkeller

Exclusive beer specials for T7L at Mikkeller

by Darren Meenan June 01, 2018 0 Comments

CHEERS! Thanks to our friends at Mikkeller Brewing NYC for extending their exclusive T7L beer specials!

As you probably know by now, this is Mikkeller's first year of operation at Citi Field, and have an insane selection of beers to chose from. Over 60 taps, filled with Mets fans, TV's showing the game, great food options, chill picnic table style seating... can't really ask for much more out of a local spot. 

To get the discount all you need to do is show up rocking any of our gear (must have a T7L logo on it), and show the bartender or mobile hawker. 

This deal is NOT VALID at the main bar. Hawkers roam the brewery, and the mobile draft stations off to the side will honor the deal. 

Show the T7L logo on your cap, shirt or jersey and get $5 cans (anything in the selection that day) from the hawkers, or $5 drafts (any beer on those mobile taps: Henry Hustle, Henry Hops, Willits Wit) from the bartender. Normal price is in the $7-$8 range, so you're getting a nice chunk off.

Pop in before, during, or after a game. Hopefully a win.

 




Darren Meenan
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