Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Can do: A beer guide to Citizens Bank Park

Blogger Lee Porter at Chocolate Covered Memories has updated his guide to the ballpark beer scene.

Can do: A beer guide to Citizens Bank Park

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There is a lot more than Bud available at Phillies games.
There is a lot more than Bud available at Phillies games.

For the last three springs, we Phillies fans have come to count on promises.

In this case, the promise of beer at Citizens Bank Park,.

Blogger Lee Porter at Chocolate Covered Memories has updated his guide to the ballpark beer scene.

The big news this year: "Whether it’s craft beer or domestic, it seems like can beer is all the rage," he writes. "For example, Budweiser’s mega can is 25 ounces, when compared to Miller and Coors’ 24 ouncer. Is the extra ounce going to sway your purchase? That’s for you to decide." 

See the post and download the spreadsheet before heading to the game. He updates it periodically, too.

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