Energy FC announced a partnership with COOP Ale Works to be the official craft beer partner of the club.
The partnership provides a new and local craft beer for Energy FC fans to enjoy on draft and in cans at Energy FC matches. The COOP beverages will be available at all concession stands and the COOP Ale Works Beer Garden.
“We’re very excited about our partnership with Energy FC. Energy FC matches provide the highest level of entertainment to fans and the club’s dedication to Oklahoma City makes them a partner we are proud to associate with our brewery and our employees,” said COOP Ale Works Director of Sales & Marketing Sean Mossman. “The ultimate goal here is for our fans to hoist a pint of COOP as the players hoist a championship cup.”
COOP Ale Works is brewed in Oklahoma City and is the oldest and largest production brewery in the city. Their beers are distributed in six states including Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. COOP regularly brews nine beers year round, four seasonal beers and various limited releases throughout the year. As an active member in the community, COOP Ale Works places emphasis on healthy lifestyles, the arts and pet welfare.
The addition of COOP to the beer selection at Taft Stadium ties together the positive changes in the north end of the stadium in the supporter’s section. This season, all supporters groups will sit in the newly branded area called “The 46” in the north end of the stadium. The 46 has its own vibe and culture as well as an area to stand and watch the game near the COOP Ale Works Beer Garden so fans sitting in The 46 won’t miss a minute of the action.
Help paint Oklahoma City green on Saturday, March 17. The St. Patrick’s Day festivities begin that morning with Energy FC hosting the downtown St. Patrick’s Day parade. Following the parade, fans can watch The Greens take on the Tulsa Roughnecks FC in the home opener at 7 p.m. Tickets for the match are available at EnergyFC.com.
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