It was also my first Power game in years, so I was excited to check out the baseball game.
The team recently moved from an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates to one of the Seattle Mariners.
And, there were local craft breweries from around the state set up throughout the game.
So, it was a win-win for me.
My friend Maggie and I purchased general admission tickets and then purchased our beers separately.
I made a beeline to the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company tent because I wanted to get my hands on a Zona's Revenge.
Our new flagship, Zona’s Revenge Witbier, named for Zona Heaster Shue aka The Greenbrier Ghost, is a wonderfully light refreshing Belgian-style wheat ale. Slightly cloudy in appearance, Zona offers a zesty orange, melon, fruity finish with hints of herbs and spices. Enjoy this pearly, refreshing Witbier while relaxing on the deck, or in a growler by the water. Zona’s Revenge is our former popular Lilly Dipper seasonal.
And the Power Park is home to some new foods that I hadn't tried before.
Have you heard of Got Jerk! Island Bar and Grill?
Maggie and I both decided to try something from the new menu.
I went with "Buffalo Soulja Chicken Nachos" which has buffalo chicken dip, diced tomatoes and jalapenos.
Maggie ordered the "Pulled Pork Sundae," which has a fried tortilla bowl, pulled pork topped with slaw and a cherry tomato.
What's your favorite ballpark snack?