Dilly Dilly! You Can Now Get Your Own Browns Victory Fridge

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Just in time for the holiday season, Bud Light announced over the weekend that Browns fans can now have a Victory Fridge of their own.
Here's the description straight from Bud Light's mouth: "Introducing The Browns Victory Mini-Fridge. It’s like a full-sized Browns Victory Fridge, only smaller. Great for storing Bud Light and other beverages, like more Bud Light. It’s an ice-cold reminder of the greatest Browns win in recent history. So buy this fridge, crack open a cold one, and remember that beautiful day that the Browns put a 1 in the W column."

Coming in two sizes, small ($200) and large ($300), the fridge is now, thankfully, back in stock after quickly selling out.



Check out the Victory Mini-Fridge right here. And yes, the beer is sold separately.

Sure, the Browns couldn't quite make a win happen against the Raiders Sunday, but, with the help of your own Victory Fridge, you'll be able to commemorate the sweet taste of victory from Sept. 20, 2018, over and over again.



Dilly dilly!

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