You could get free beer at Denver bars if Rockies beat Brewers in NLDS

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DENVER — If the Rockies beat the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Division Series, fans in Denver could get more than just the joy of the Rockies moving on in the postseason.

They could also get free beer.

Because the Rockies play at Coors Field and the Brewers play at Miller Park, the breweries created a wager and whichever team wins the series, the losing brewery will pick up the beer tab on Oct. 12 at participating bars across the city.

This means if the Rockies beat the Brewers in the series, Miller will pick up the beer tab at participating bars in Denver. If the Brewers win, then Milwaukee gets the free beer.

It’s not clear which bars will be participating in the offer.

There is a limit of one beer per customer, while supplies last. And you must be 21 years of age or older.

Although Miller Brewing and Coors Brewing work together, “there’s nothing wrong with a little friendly rivalry — especially when the fans are the true winners.”

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