Here's Where to Get Your Free Bud Light if the Browns Actually Win Tonight


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These are the facts: The Cleveland Browns play a football game tonight against the New York Jets. There are three possible outcomes for said game. They will win, they will lose or they will tie. One of these is far likelier than the others, if history is to be our guide.

But for the long suffering and die hard Browns fans among us, a W is the only  right and fair possibility. That would mean the Bud Light beer fridges, stoically storing their free, cold contents for the past two games now, could finally open.

If a win should come to pass, here are all the places, besides the beer fridges at FirstEnergy Stadium, where you can fight with fellow fans to score a free brewsky (see a map here):
  • Barley House, 1261 W. 6th St., Cleveland
  • Broadway Brewhouse, 3828, 127 S Broadway St., New Philadelphia
  • Offshore Bar and Grille, 130 Forest Dr, Willoughby
  • Bud's Corner, 5750 Columbus Rd NE, Louisville
  • Grindstone Tap House, 826 Front St, Berea
  • Barley House, 222 S Main S.t #1B, Akron
  • Merry Arts Pub & Grille, 15607 1/2 Detroit Ave., Lakewood
  • Game On Lakewood, 17103 Detroit Ave., Lakewood
  • Portage Lakes Basement, 3420 Manchester Rd., Akron
  • Panini's Westlake, 23800 Detroit Rd, Westlake
  • Grayton Road Tavern, 4760 Grayton Rd., Cleveland
  • The Galaxy Restaurant, 201 Park Center Dr., Wadsworth
  • Slim & Jumbo's, 8101 Main St, Garrettsville
  • Loby's Grille, 4736 Hills and Dales Rd NW, Canton
To get pumped up for tonight's game, you'll probably want to listen to the best "Here We Go Brownies Theme Song" possibly ever written. 

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