Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into CoolToday Park. All guests are required to provide photo I.D. when purchasing alcoholic beverages.
Alcohol service policies at CoolToday Park include:
- The sale and service of alcoholic beverages to anyone under the age of 21 or any visibly intoxicated person is prohibited.
- Atlanta Braves train their employees not to sell alcoholic beverages to a minor or visibly intoxicated fan.
- The legal drinking age in Florida is 21. To ensure that minors are not served, Atlanta Braves servers will require valid photo I.D. from all guests.
- Acceptable forms of identification, at point of purchase, are as follows:
- Valid State/Territory Issued Driver’s License with a Photo
- Valid State/Territory Issued Photo Identification Card
- Valid Passport (Written in English)
- Valid U.S. Passport Card
- Valid U.S. Military Identification Card
- A maximum of two (2) drinks may be sold to any one guest per transaction. This limit may be modified to less than the specified number at the discretion of Atlanta Braves management.
- Atlanta Braves management reserves the right to deny beverage service to any guest that appears intoxicated.
- The Atlanta Braves reserve the right to remove any guest who is being unruly or disruptive due to his or her intoxication, as well as deny any individual who appears intoxicated during his or her entry into CoolToday Park.
- Guests (adults) providing alcohol to minors will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
- Guests possessing alcohol who do not have proof of being 21 or older will be subject to arrest and citation.
- Guests are not permitted to leave CoolToday Park with alcoholic beverages. Employees monitoring the exits will request that the guests finish or dispose of alcoholic beverages before exiting CoolToday Park.