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Try This: Thirsty Thursday at Truist Stadium

Whether you want fun in the sun or to sip in the shade, there are plenty of places to enjoy Dash baseball with half-price beer + wine.

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Plastic clear cup filled with yellow beer sitting on table overlooking baseball field. Stadium seating with lights turned on are in the background.

This is the way to enjoy a game.

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In our opinion, beer and baseball make the perfect summer combo — especially on Thirsty Thursday when beer + wine is half price.

We recently sipped our way around Truist Stadium while the Dash took the field. Here’s a look at our Thirsty Thursday recommendations.

What we tried:

Lost Worlds Brewing Biergarten is serving up a new experience this year. Hint: Meet up with your crew and grab a beer before the game begins. We enjoyed the crisp taste of the Enterprise Blonde Ale.

Stone patio with brick fire pit. Chairs are around the pit with picnic tables in the distance. A white structure with a bar is open with "Lost Worlds Brewing" on top.

Lost Worlds Brewing is based in Cornelius, NC.

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Wander over to Wicked Weed to get close to all the action in the outfield. We sipped on a Pils from the Asheville-based brewery while watching out for home run hits. It pairs perfectly with a country crepe or Philly cheesesteak.

Two people standing at brown bar with two leashed dogs. A black dog is standing on the counter. A brown dog is on all fours.

Sorry Fido, the adult beverages are for humans only.

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Bonus: Specialty cocktails rotate and are available at all outfield bars.

What not to miss:

The view from Foothills Brewing Flight Deck is hard to beat. The upper deck has comfortable seats and offers an intimate gathering spot for friends. Pro tip: The view from the outfield behind first and second base can be bright while the sun is setting so don’t forget your sunglasses.

Sun shining over a baseball field. Players are on the field in the forefront with the stadium behind.

See home run hits from a different angle at Foothills Brewing Flight Deck.

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The Tarp Water. The ballpark’s take on ranch water is new this season. It mixes Cape Fear Distillery Billfish tequila with soda water + lime and is the perfect way to cool off and unwind in the stands this season.

What we’re still talking about:

Lavender spritz? Yes, please. The 712 Vodka Speakeasy is a hidden gem on the third base side of the concourse. The cargo container offers an escape for quiet conversation and the outdoor area is perfect for a break in the action. Grab one of three signature cocktails with vodka made in Fletcher, NC.

Long purple building with black couch. A black mat with "DASH" is on the front. A bar is in the back.

You might forget you’re at a baseball game inside 712 Speakeasy.

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Did we mention your dog can join in the fun for Pups in the Park? We couldn’t get enough of the four-legged fans. Once pet parents fill out a waiver, furry family members can accompany their owners everywhere in the stadium except the Flow Club. If they make it to the end of the game, they get the chance to cross home plate during Pups Run the Bases. Their ticket to the fun is $3.

Two people hold two dachsunds in their arms. One has tiny sunglasses.

Peace, love, and Pups in the Park

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How you can experience this:

Grab Thirsty Thursday drink deals at any Thursday night game when the Dash is at home. Cheer on the Dash at an upcoming home game throughout the rest of the season. Grab tickets online or at the box office at the main gate.

All Thirsty Thursdays at the Dash are presented by Lowes Foods. Pups in Park and Pups Run the Bases are presented by Blaze: Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric.

Things to know if you go:

  • Experience: Thirsty Thursday at Truist Stadium
  • Price: Tickets are $10-$27; half-price beer is $4-$5; half-price wine is $4; signature cocktails are $11; mixed drinks are $12
  • Website:
  • Address: Truist Stadium, 951 Ballpark Way, Winston-Salem
  • Social: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
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