Everyone loves free, especially free beer.
Fridges filled with beer were placed around local watering holes and in FirstEnergy Stadium that would unlock when the Browns claimed their first victory since 2016.
Browns Fans Will get Free Beer The Moment the Team Wins https://t.co/JCeZZfC2VO
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) August 14, 2018
Here’s what happened when the Browns game ended and they secured their first win.
WATCH | The moment the #Browns' winless streak ended and the @budlight Victory Fridge openedhttps://t.co/cT0OlRqB17 pic.twitter.com/50T6rxVSrz
— WKYC Channel 3 News (@wkyc) September 21, 2018
COOLERS.#BudLight #BrownsJets #BrownsVictoryFridge pic.twitter.com/N16rzS3QV8
— Carl Prather (@CarlPratherWAFF) September 21, 2018
Victory! #BudLight #BrownsJets #BrownsVictoryFridge pic.twitter.com/vt5SQgQJMx
— Matt Wagers (@wagersmatt) September 21, 2018
Yaaaaa the fridge is open!! @budlight @Browns pic.twitter.com/N9B4eWE0nY
— Tim Richards (@radiotimmay) September 21, 2018
“Did they open the bud light things” -Baker Mayfield
Yes Baker. YES THEY DID.
Dilly Dilly to all and to all a goodnight. #ClevelandThisBudIsForYou@Browns pic.twitter.com/VsF0EiRLKo
— The Miz (@mikethemiz) September 21, 2018
And on the 635th day, the @budlight Victory Fridges were opened.
— Front Office Sports (@frntofficesport) September 21, 2018
Baker Mayfield had beer on his mind as well, as was wondering if the fridges unlocked:
Baker Mayfield asking if the Bud Light Coolers are open now after Epic Victory for Cleveland.
Shouts “Dilly Dilly!” pic.twitter.com/rJmT9ESjOO
— The Columbia Bugle ?? (@ColumbiaBugle) September 21, 2018
Giving away free beer is the greatest gift you can give to a city. And Baker Mayfield ain’t too bad either.