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  • Beers sold in one ballpark, and one ballpark only....

    Anyone know of any beers currently sold in one ballpark only?

    Hudepohl used to be sold in Cincinnati, and I think Old Style is probably sold at Wrigley and maybe Comiskey only... at least it used to be.

    Years ago there were dozens of local beers sold only at the local parks in St. Louis, Milwaukee, New York, Pittsburgh, etc.

    Just wondering if there are still any???
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  • #2
    Iron City beer in Pittsburgh

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sportkrank21
      Iron City beer in Pittsburgh
      True! I don't think any other ballpark serves up "Penn Pilsner" either. Being the Penn Brewery is about a mile from PNC Park, it seems like a good local brew. Anyhow it's available at "Beers of the Burgh" on the main level 1st base side at PNC.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by BeatEmBucs
        True! I don't think any other ballpark serves up "Penn Pilsner" either. Being the Penn Brewery is about a mile from PNC Park, it seems like a good local brew. Anyhow it's available at "Beers of the Burgh" on the main level 1st base side at PNC.
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        • #5
          Karl Strauss in San Diego's Petco Park.
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          • #6
            Okay, its two parks, but Brooklyn Lager in Shea and Yankee Stadium.
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            • #7
              Yards Philly Pale Ale at CBP. Yum.

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              • #8
                I know the Yankees have a "Beers of the World" stand - I don't know what beers are there, nor do I know if any of them aren't sold in any other ballpark, but there's a chance that stand has some international beer that can't be found in any other park.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Yankees12 View Post
                  I know the Yankees have a "Beers of the World" stand - I don't know what beers are there, nor do I know if any of them aren't sold in any other ballpark, but there's a chance that stand has some international beer that can't be found in any other park.
                  Actually they are the big ones, Becks, Heniken, Corona, Bass, Fosters, so I'd say its safe to say they are in other parks with imported beer.
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                  • #10
                    Technically, Browning's Brew Pub is not within Louisville Slugger Field, but shares the building. However, you can go there before the game and get their brewed on-site selections. Many do so to avoid the St Louis (soon to be Belgian?) brand which vendors sell, although there is a small stand that sells Rolling Rock, Groelsch and other labels.

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                    • #11
                      Rheingold Beer

                      Does any of the New York ballparks sell Rheingold Beer since it came back a few years ago.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by POLO GROUNDS 1957 View Post
                        Does any of the New York ballparks sell Rheingold Beer since it came back a few years ago.
                        It was sold again at Shea starting in 1998, but disappeared soon thereafter. Big in Mets history, but unfortunately not big on taste, lol.


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                        • #13
                          Rheingold Beer

                          Originally posted by alpineinc View Post
                          It was sold again at Shea starting in 1998, but disappeared soon thereafter. Big in Mets history, but unfortunately not big on taste, lol.

                          I still have a case and a half of Rheingold Beer that a friend got for me a couple of years ago.i still drink it when i listen to my 1962 and 1963 Mets games at the Polo Grounds. i also get Schaefer Beer from Ohio(we cant get it here in Michigan)and drink Schaefer when i listen to my Brooklyn Dodgers games on audio tape.along with the Rheingold Beer i have a Hebrew National Hot dog when listening to the Mets at the Polo Grounds.
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                          • #14
                            Leinenkugel's and New Glarus in Milwaukee. Very high-quality local beers.

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                            • #15
                              Beers sold in one ballpark, and one ballpark only...

                              Originally posted by MarcianoNY View Post
                              Leinenkugel's and New Glarus in Milwaukee. Very high-quality local beers.
                              All Beer drinkers have to go to concession stands at Dodger Stadium to buy Beer.

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