Beer was free at the Aviva Stadium in Ireland due to an internet outage. The fans managed to clean the entire stadium.
The 2022 college football season officially began on Saturday, August 27, and the very first game of the day was between Nebraska and Northwestern in Dublin, Ireland. Drinking beer and watching football in Ireland, how could it get any better? Well, what if the beer and alcohol were free because the internet servers at the stadium went down?
According to the Omaha World Herald, the Aviva Stadium credit card machine could not connect to the internet. So all the concessions were given away for free. The fans at the venue took this as a challenge as those in attendance could confirm that all the beer was sold out!
Northwest Nebraska fans dry out beer kegs in Ireland
Regardless of the venue, once the beer is free, you can guarantee there will be no more.
During the game, part of the fans decided to make a beer snake out of their mugs and it was an impressive sight.
As for the game, Northwestern fans had a lot to celebrate. Nebraska took a 28-17 lead on a 46-yard run by Anthony Grant, his second touchdown of the game. The Wildcats rebounded and took a 31-28 lead after a three-yard run by Cam Grant and a four-yard run by Evan Hull.
Northwestern potted the ball back to Nebraska with just over two minutes remaining after killing 4:18 before the game clock in nine games. The Cornhuskers tried to get at least within field goal range from their own four-yard line. However, a midfield throw from Casey Thompson was deflected by receiver Wyatt Liewer, causing linebacker Xander Mueller to intercept it to essentially end the game.
Never forget how the fans managed to dry out all the beer kegs at the Nebraska-Northwestern game at Aviva Stadium.
https://fansided.com/2022/08/27/nebraska-northwestern-free-beer-gone-ireland/ Nebraska and Northwestern did the impossible and dried out the barrels in Ireland