Craft beer to flow at Fifth Third Field

Rendering of new video board at Fifth Third Field. (Photo/Dayton Dragons)
Rendering of new video board at Fifth Third Field. (Photo/Dayton Dragons)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Fifth Third Field is upping its game when it comes to drinking a beer at the ballpark.

The Dayton Dragons announced the addition of Milano’s Tap Room at the field.

The newly renovated space on the first base line will feature 10 different craft beer selections on tap. The selection will rotate throughout the season to feature many different breweries and beers from our community and around the world.

“Aside from hot dogs, there aren’t many things as synonymous with enjoying a baseball game than an ice cold beer,” Dragons President Robert Murphy said. “We’re always looking for ways to add to the fan experience at a Dragons game. The Milano’s Tap Room is a great new space that will bring even more variety to an already great lineup of beer options.”

The space is an open air concept. Two garage doors will be lifted during game time to allow for viewing of the field.

Milano’s Tap Room will debut at the Dragons Opening Day game on April 12.

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