You have to give Cleveland Indians fans credit. They know how to turn a three-run deficit to the Baltimore Orioles into a good time.

Fans constructed a four-foot pyramid of empty cans on the right field wall in the seventh inning of Friday’s game. AND. IT. WAS. EPIC.

Perhaps Cleveland fans were just preemptively celebrating the Cavaliers’ second consecutive trip to the NBA Finals. It may also have to do with the Indians’ $2 beer night at Progressive Field.

Regardless of the reason, the Miller Lite “beeramid” is a work of … something. Behold:

Before police asked fans to take it down, the Great Wall of Progressive contained 114 Miller Lite cans, per SB Nation’s calculations. That set back fans a collective $228.

The only thing missing from the wall was a bull’s eye.