The Cincinnati Cyclones Are Having a Dollar Beer Night on Thursday, and We Are So In

The 'Clones return to Heritage Bank Center on Saturday, too — albeit without the cheap beer.

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click to enlarge Twister is ready for those cheap, cheap beers. - Photo: Allison Babka
Photo: Allison Babka
Twister is ready for those cheap, cheap beers.

Is there a better combination than autumn and beer? We think not.

The Cincinnati Cyclones will continue to give fans what they really want — cheap beer and plentiful on-ice fights — on Nov. 4 when the 'Clones take on the Iowa Heartlanders at Heritage Bank Center. The puck drops at 7:30 p.m.

One of many 2021-2022 season games in which fans can get $1 Miller High Life and Pabst Blue Ribbon beers, Thursday's throwdown also is Pucks n Pups night, which means certain ticketholders have special clearance to bring their furry friends to the rink. Learn more about how Fido can watch the game on the Cyclones' website.

The team returns to Heritage Bank Center to battle the Heartlanders again on Saturday, Nov. 6.

The Cyclones have an array of promotions scheduled this year, including about a dozen $1 beer nights and several $1 concession games. If you'd rather have entertainment and keepsakes instead of alcohol, the Cyclones cover that, too. Throughout the season, fans can load up on team playing cards, holiday socks, T-shirts, beach towels and bobbleheads. There also will be games with indoor fireworks, wiener dog races, Marvel and DC comics characters and more.

The team hit home ice on Oct. 30 for the first time in about a year and a half after the coronavirus pandemic canceled the end of the 2019-2020 season and the Cyclones opted out of the 2020-2021 season. The 'Clones lost the home opener 0-6 to the Indy Fuel. 

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