The Buffalo Bills regular season will begin in just four weeks and the first preseason game will kick off this Saturday at Highmark Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts.

We can expect plenty of Bills fans out at the stadium in Orchard Park on Saturday and the full experience to start for week 2 against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football on September 19th.

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There are plenty of alcoholic drinks at tailgates in Orchard Park but the most popular is probably Labatt Blue or Labatt Blue Light. It's a beer that has become the unofficial adult beverage of Buffalonians, especially since we're so close to the border.

Labatt wants to celebrate that with a new Bills hard seltzer.

Labatt Blue Light is introducing a new hard seltzer called Stampede Seltzer, according to WKBW. It's a tribute to Buffalo Bills fans and Western New York.

The cans will feature Buffaloes on them and the box will have the Bills logo. As for the flavors, it will be raspberry, cherry and lemon.

It will be in stores this week, so be on the lookout for them.

I have a sneaky feeling these will be popular for Bills fans on gamedays...just a hunch.

The Bills first preseason game will be this Saturday, which is a 4 pm kickoff. You shouldn't expect to see many starters on the field for Buffalo but a good chance to see the rookies in action, including running back James Cook and cornerback Kaiir Elam.

Another Bills season is upon us.

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