The Colorado Avalance promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at Pepsi Center. The Avalanche Fan Code of Conduct and the details of the Avalanche alcohol management plan that appear below ensure that fans have a safe and fun experience.
ALCOHOL SERVICE POLICIES:
|Age to Check ID:||40|
|Max Alcohol Drinks:||2/person/possession|
|Maximum Cup Size:||24 oz beer; 7 oz wine; 1 oz liquor|
|Concession Stands:||Start of the 3rd Period|
|Hawkers:||Start of the 3rd Period|
|Clubs/Suites:||30 minutes after game ends|
|Night Games:||Same as Day Games|
REPORT INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR OR REQUEST ASSISTANCE:
TEAM Training is conducted at Pepsi Center by Aramark.
2017-2019 Training Profile for Aramark at Pepsi Center
- 32 sessions
- 1,042 employees trained
- 6 active trainers
The Colorado Avalanche offer fans the Bud Light Good Sport Designated Driver program at all Avalanche games at Pepsi Center.
Designed to allow Guests to have a safe and enjoyable time at Pepsi Center events, this program helps promote responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. Guests that are 21 and older wishing to participate may go to the Designated Driver kiosk across from Section 130 and receive a coupon which allows for a small complimentary Pepsi at a designated concession stand.
All Pepsi Center Guests are expected to maintain reasonable and appropriate behavior at all times. Any behavior disregarding the code of conduct as determined by facility management can result in ejection and possible arrest by Denver Police.
Ejected Guests will not receive a refund for their tickets or be compensated in any way. Inappropriate behavior includes, but is not limited to:
- Standing on chairs/seats/tables/platforms/railings.
- Drunk, intoxication or disorderly conduct.
- Fighting or challenging others to fight.
- Interference with the event or participants of the event in any way.
- Throwing, tossing or discharging any object.
- Using profanity and/or other offensive words and gestures.
- Harassing, taunting or using offensive language against the players, referees, performers, other Guests or staff.
- Entering a restricted area, seating area or disabled seating platform without the proper ticket.
- Disturbing other patrons’ enjoyment of the event.
- Failing to comply with facility personnel.
- Violating Pepsi Center rules, regulations and policies.
- Violating any local, state or federal laws.
Pepsi Center management reserves the right to deny entry or eject patrons from the facility including Guests displaying inappropriate behavior, as determined by facility/event management. You can find the complete code of conduct under Security Policy at PepsiCenter.com.