Bud Light beer fridges open after Browns snap 19-game winless streak
Cleveland was flowing in beer on Thursday following the Browns' drought-ending victory over the New York Jets.
It had been 635 days since the Browns last won a game in the NFL, dating back to December 2016 – a span of 19 winless outings.
The Browns and their streak caught the attention of beer company Bud Light, who filled refrigerators with alcohol throughout Cleveland that were locked until the drought was ended.
Those fridges would be turned off through a WiFi connection.
And the Browns unlocked the fridges thanks to their 21-17 win over the Jets – inspired by Baker Mayfield's brilliance.
OPEN THOSE FRIDGES @BUDLIGHT— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 21, 2018
"[We] couldn't be more thrilled for the Browns and the city of Cleveland," Bud Light vice-president Andy Goeler said.
"The Browns have shown a lot of heart over the first two games of the season, so it was only a matter of time until they would pull off an epic comeback win like this."