Someone let the Warriors Outsiders loose in Chase Center, and they were like kids in a candy story.
Drew Shiller and Grant Liffmann got the chance to go into the Warriors' new home this week and do a little quality control.
With the help of Chase Center culinary director Mark Jeffers, Drew and Grant poured the first beers and took the first bites of a Bakesale Betty fried chicken sandwich.
Drew picked Modelo, while Grant went with Bud Light. Jeffers joined in on the fun and poured himself a glass of Lagunitas IPA.
After a few sips, Drew dove into the sandwich before Grant was finished with his build-up of the Bakesale Betty favorite.
"You're not good at the timing of things, you know?" Liffmann said.
The 1st beer pour EVER in @ChaseCenter history belongs to @DrewShiller and I. What a monumental day it was for the @warriors and humanity. pic.twitter.com/nYffwL1Mrd— Grant Liffmann (@GrantLiffmann) August 30, 2019
While Chase Center will host several concerts during September, the Warriors will play their first game in their new building on Oct. 5 when they host the Los Angeles Lakers in the preseason opener. The defending Western Conference champions will open the regular season at Chase Center on Oct. 24 against Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and the Los Angeles Clippers.
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You can watch the full video of Drew and Grant's experience at the top of this article.