This Giants/Dodgers couple already makes an interesting match, and it’s like they just KNEW they were going to be on the Kiss Cam. They had full beers, and there wasn’t any hesitation. They just poured them on each other matter-of-factly, and got on with their lives. Those are $10 Beers!
Going to an NFL game isn’t cheap. It hasn’t been cheap for decades. After the ticket cost, parking, tailgate food and other random charges, it’s no wonder the in-home experience is becoming more and more popular by football fans everywhere.
With HD TVs now a common thing in most house holds, more and more people are deciding to enjoy the comforts of home (being able to pause live games, go to the bathroom whenever you want and not be standing next to some random drunk guy, home made food, and most importantly cheap beer).
The average cost for a small draft beer at NFL games this season is $7.53, according to data collected by Team Marketing Report from each team. That’s up from $7.05 in 2013.
The cheapest stadium to get a beer is in St. Louis. Lord knows that fanbase needs something to celebrate. The most expensive beer per ounce is in Philly. Lord knows that fanbase doesn’t need any more reason to be obnoxious so let’s keep the prices as high as possible.
Here’s a chart of the most expensive brews in the NFL.
On Wednesday night, one Chicago White Sox fan realized that he could use his cup for more than just drinking.
A foul ball came the fan’s way in the fourth inning, but he was unable to barehand the ball and watched it bounce back onto the field. The fan was then able to use some quick thinking to haul the ball back in.
Naturally, like any bro, he had to take a drink out the cup with the ball still in it.
During the San Francisco Giants-Pittsburgh Pirates game Wednesday afternoon, a woman in the bleachers, who was clearly trying to stay out of the way, caught a home run ball hit by Pittsburgh’s Jordy Mercer inside her beer cup .
This $8 accident is insult to injury because the woman didn’t even manage to end up with the ball. At least she’ll always have the memory and the beer-stained clothes.
The World Cup begins in all its glory tomorrow, with the host country of Brazil taking on Croatia at 4PM EST on ESPN. Chances are you’ve made plans with your friends and co-workers to catch some of the better match-ups at your local pub or bar. Well, the good people at USA Today Sports have taken the most popular (i.e. best-selling domestically) beers from each of the 32 World Cup countries and displayed them beautiful for us all.
Personally, if you care, I have tried only 9 of the 32 beers (Corona, Heineken, Asahi Super Dry, Peroni, Super Bock, Kronenbourg, Krombacher, Bud Light, and Mythos) Peroni being my favorite.
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