Twins add pour-it-yourself beer stations for fans (Video)

People attending games at Target Field can now use self-serve beer machines.

People attending games at Target Field can now use self-serve beer machines.

If you're headed to Minnesota for next week's Major League Baseball All-Star Game, you will have the option of pouring your own beer during the festivities.

Target Field has added these self-serve pouring stations, which will give fans the choice of four different beers: Bud, Bud Light, Shock Top Lemon Shandy and Goose Island 312 Urban Pale Ale.

As FOX Sports North notes, fans can preload a card for $10, $20 or $50 at regular-season games. Then they can head to the self-serve station and choose the beer and amount of their liking. FS North also reports that the beers are priced differently by the ounce.

Team spokesman Chris Iles told the site that the beer station is the first of its kind in the league.

If anyone under 21 thinks this might make it easier to get a beer, think again. The station will have an employee on site to check IDs. FS North also notes that there will be other rules. Sales will close at the stations after the seventh inning, and there'll also be a limit to how much beer fans will be able to dispense -- 48 ounces every 15 minutes.

FOX Sports North contributed to this report. Read their story here.



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