A baseball stadium is pitching to fans a new way to buy beer.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony reports:
Just in time for baseball's All-Star Game Tuesday, Target Field in Minnesota is putting in self-serve beer...
(Fan) "I think that's really cool.//Gives you a chance to, you know, practice your skills because there is an art to it. So instead of just pouring it straight out, you've got to get the angle right."
Fans have to show ID to buy the card to get the beer and can purchase up to 48 ounces every 15 minutes.
(Fan) "Oh, I think you'd be very drunk by the end of the game."
The Twins only sold about 100 cards debuting the system July 6th. The only U.S. pro sports facility that has it.
One food service consultant says the Detroit Red Wings tried it in the 1980's, but it was slow and messy. Fans spilled and wasted too much beer, so it was scrapped quickly.
Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.