How can you get tickets to the draft?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Tricky, Feb 24, 2017.

  1. xhrr

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    Appreciate that brother! Love Troegs it's 15-20 min from my parents house. I always go there when I come home to visit. I'm admittedly a huge beer snob. Going to school to become a brew master currently.
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  2. JR1980

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    Dude that's awesome! Yeah, the scratch series there is pretty cool as well. I love craft brew, The scene here in the tri-state area is wild.....SO many solid places to go. My neighbor just opened Bellefonte Brewery near us and bring it to our pool during the summer...BAD NEWS (in a good way) hahahaha
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  3. JCBRAVE

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    try this link out

    https://nflonlocation.com/nfldraft/
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  4. JR1980

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    So apparently there is a lottery they hold in mid March....
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  5. JR1980

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    More info..See below:

    This April, the NFL Draft will return home to the place it began — Philadelphia.

    Fans of all ages are invited to a massive, free outdoor fan festival along the iconic Benjamin Franklin Parkway, where they can take pictures with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and enjoy interactive exhibits and autograph sessions with current and former players. The festival is FREE and open all three days of the NFL Draft, April 27-29.

    NFL DRAFT SCHEDULE — check back for updates:

    • Thursday, April 27: Round 1 festivities, which will include incoming prospects walking the red carpet before entering an outdoor theater. More fans than ever before will be able to view the Commissioner announcing selections and greeting draftees during the first round.
    • Friday, April 28: Thirty-two former players who are members of the NFL Legends Community, one representing each team, will be on hand for Night 2 to announce selections. Night 2 Draft (Rounds 2-3) announcements will also feature winners of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award presented by Nationwide.
    • Saturday, April 29: The Draft will conclude with Rounds 4-7 and the final day of the free fan festival.
    Did you know? The very first NFL Draft was held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Philadelphia in 1936. The Philadelphia Eagles had the first pick that year, and they drafted Jay Berwanger, winner of the first ever Heisman Trophy (and the man it is modeled after). This year marks the 12th time that Philadelphia has hosted the Draft — and the first time in 56 years.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    Yes :cool:
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  7. xhrr

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    Lol. Best. Neighbor. Ever. Hopefully I'll be that neighbor to somebody soon once my enlistment is up. St. Louis is surprisingly decent for craft beer. Unfortunately I didn't have much of a chance to check out the Tennessee craft beer scene when I was there in December for the Denver game but I've heard good things. I'm planning on going out to Portland, Maine which is supposed to be the number 1 city for craft beer in the US this fall for some hiking an beer tours.
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  8. JR1980

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    Dude sounds awesome! I grew up right near Victory Brewing Co....and my nephew lives up there in Bar Harbor Maine....East Coast has so many craft breweries dude....What are your favorite types of beers and companies?
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  9. xhrr

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    I'm really into saisons at the moment but I also like stouts especially during the colder months. I try and opt for flights at breweries just so I can try a bunch unless I've been there before and know what I like already. Troegs is good for when I'm back home and just so happens to be the closest in proximity. In STL 4 Hands and Urban Chestnut are awesome! DuClaw makes some good beers as well and are out of Maryland so you might be able to land some of their beers.

    What companies are you a fan of?
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    Yeah man, I'm very familiar. I'm in Norther DE, so we can get DuClaw, Dogfish, Evolution, etc pretty easy. I'm a lot like yourself. I dig darker brews in the winter and easy drinkers when it gets warm. If I'm in the mood, Ommegang and Weihenstefaner/Alligash make good Belgians/Saison styles..I dig all of the staples though that I'm sure you know of. Founders and bells are good out where you are. Love Breakfast stout in the winter hahah. I used to love the heavy hitters (abv wise) but I can't do them much anymore without feeling like crap the next day hahaha. Hey if you ever want me to ship you some stuff you can't get, let me know. I'm near a Total Wine here (tons of great brews superstore) and I can't get a bunch of types due to proximity.
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