The Gillette Stadium renovations keep rolling out and every announcement brings another awesome feature fans are sure to love.

This week Kraft Sports + Entertainment and Anheuser-Busch introduced a sweet new spot within the stadium dubbed the Celebration Beer Hall.

This new premium seating area is part of the north side expansion project that already includes the largest outdoor stadium high-definition video board in the country, a reimagined fan plaza leading into the stadium plus the new and improved 21-story lighthouse with a 360-degree observation deck at the top.

The new beer hall has something those other renovations don't however, field level seating and up close access to the players of both the Patriots and the Revolution.

There are going to be a hot ticket for sure.

Designed to get the fans closer to the game, the new Celebration Beer Hall will feature a 4,000 square foot beer hall inside the stadium complete with a 375 square foot oval center bar that is also connected to a private 2,000 square foot outdoor patio that features field level views of the game.

Fans inside Celebration Beer Hall will also have unheard-of access to Patriots and Revolution players, with the ability to watch them as they walk from their locker room through the tunnel before heading out on the game field.

So cool.

Entrance to the Celebration Beer Hall will be for members only and those memberships can be purchased on a season long basis, game by game basis or even for special events at Gillette Stadium, like concerts.

Construction on the beer hall in underway and, like the rest of the stadium renovations, is expected to be completed before the start to the 2023 NFL regular season.

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