Posted Friday, April 13, 2012 9:20 AM | Contributed by Jeff
If Kennywood begins to sell beer, the West Mifflin amusement park will maintain the family-friendly reputation that it established more than a century ago, a spokesman said. Founded in 1898, Kennywood has never sold beer regularly, except during two weekends in September during Oktoberfest-themed events. That could change by the end of June if the park gets approval from the state Liquor Control Board to begin selling beer throughout the summer season.
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Wow...kpjb, how will you deal with all the unruly drunks overtaking the park? Or will you be joining them?
Bout time!!!! Hey Holiday World? You are next,,,,,,,,,,
Biergarten + Kennywood
Do they sell season passes yet? I think I'll need one.
Season Beer Passes! Similar to the new Six Flags dining pass... 2 Beers each entry to the park! Count me in. (If only...)
Kennywood-themed, traditional ceramic beer steins. I would easily drop $100 on one. Just saying. Make it happen.
It always seems to be 90 degrees when I visit, and having a beer with my Potato Patch fries could be the best thing ever. I approve.
The beer garden will be across from the Aero and closed in so you can't take beer out, so make sure you get your fries first.
Does this mean I can still gen in free with a Pliny donation? :)
Wow, the locals aren't happy.
Didn't we hear the same stupid rants about another park not so long ago? Maybe in Texas?
I,ll bet most of those commentors own a gun, and do not properly store them.Last edited by El Gato Coastro, Saturday, April 14, 2012 7:12 AM
I'm guessing that if this works well, the next step is limited service to catered picnics?
No objections from me, and I mostly don't drink. I just hope they are more selective with their choice of beer than they were with their choice of soft drink... :)
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
One of my favorite BeastBuzz memories was from the year we had a keg. It felt more like a family-friendly wedding reception than a coaster event.
I rarely buy beer at amusement parks but a nice cold Yuengling Lager with my Patch fries sounds pretty awesome.
I can only assume it will be Yuengling. ;)
-TinaLast edited by coasterqueenTRN, Sunday, April 15, 2012 7:03 PM
What, no Penn Pilsner?
Why is the selling of beer often thrust against the "family-friendly" image, as if the two don't go together? If anything, selling beer makes your park more family-friendly.
That is definitely true if the family at issue is your in-laws.
Drinking beer makes people more likely to start families.
^ whether they want to or not
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