Top 10 Ballparks for Craft Beer

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Photo Courtesy of detroit.cbslocal.com

As the popularity of craft beer grows in the United States, some baseball stadiums are adding craft beer to their lineup. If you’re looking for something fun to do this summer, why not check out one of these ballparks and sip on a delicious craft beer while you sit back and take part in America’s favorite pasttime.

Here is the Daily Mail’s Top 10 Baseball Stadiums for Craft Beer:

1. Safeco Field (Seattle, WA) – Home team: Seattle Mariners

Notable breweries: Alaskan Brewing, Big Sky Brewery, Boulevard Brewing, BridgePort Brewing, Deschutes Brewing, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, Dick’s Brewing, Elysian Brewing, Firestone Walker, Fremont Brewing, Full Sail Brewing, Harmon Brewing, Mac & Jack’s Brewery, Georgetown Brewing, New Belgium Brewery, Ninkasi Brewing, Pyramid Brewing, Red Hook, Sierra Nevada, Skagit River Brewery, Snoqualmie Falls Brewing and Widmer Brothers

2. AT&T Park (San Francisco, CA) – Home team: San Francisco Giants

Notable breweries: Lost Abbey, High Water Brewing, Anchor Brewing, Marin Brewing, Sierra Nevada, Drake’s Brewing, Lagunitas, Ballast Point, Russian River, North Coast, 21st Amendment, AleSmith, Victory Brewing, Stillwater Ales, Avery Brewing, Blind Pig Brewery and Jolly Pumpkin Brewery

3. Citizens Bank Field (Philadelphia, PA) – Philadelphia Phillies

Notable breweries: Tröegs Brewing, Victory Brewing, Flying Fish, Sly Fox, Yards Brewery, Prism Brewing, Philadelphia Brewing, Goose Island, Long Trail, Otter Creek, Allagash, Anchor, Dogfish Head, Lagunitas, Ommegang, Samuel Adams, 21st Amendment, Oskar Blues and Sierra Nevada

4. PNC Park (Pittsburgh, PA) – Home team: Pittsburgh Pirates

Notable breweries: Church Brew Works, Victory Brewing, East End Brewing, Penn Brewing, Tröegs Brewing, Erie Brewing, Harpoon Brewery, Samuel Adams, Brooklyn Brewery, Dogfish Head Brewing, 21st Amendment Brewery, Flying Dog Brewing, Heavy Seas Beer, Lagunitas Brewing, Stone Brewing, Bell’s Brewery and Anchor Brewing

5. Petco Park (San Diego, CA) – Home team: San Diego Padres

Notable breweries: Stone, Green Flash, Ballast Point, Karl Strauss, AleSmith, Pyramid, Anderson Valley, Firestone Walker, Sierra Nevada, Knee Deep Brewing, Alaskan Brewing, Rogue, Kona Brewing and Widmer Brothers

6. Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD) – Home team: Baltimore Orioles

Notable breweries:  Heavy Seas Beer, Evolution Craft Brewing Co., Flying Dog Brewery, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Fordham Brewing Co. and Old Dominion Brewing Co.

* The stadium has an on-site brewpub called Dempsey’s House Brews.

7. Comerica Park (Detroit, MI) – Home team: Detroit Tigers

Notable breweries: Bell’s Brewery, New Holland Brewing Company, Founders Brewing Co., Arbor Brewing Co., Atwater Brewery, Arcadia Ales, and Motor City Brewing Works

8. Citi Field (Flushing, NY) – Home team: New York Mets

Notable breweries: Sixpoint, Blue Point, Brooklyn Brewery, and Brewery Ommegang are among the New York beers reportedly found at different refreshment stands. But beer lovers will also be happy to find a few craft options from around the country, such as Abita, Widmer, and Goose Island.

9. Miller Park (Milwaukee, WI) – Home team: Milwaukee Brewers

Notable breweries: Lakefront Brewery, Milwaukee Brewing Company, Sprecher Brewery, Horny Goat Brewing Company and the highly-popular New Glarus

10. Coors Field (Denver, Colorado) – Home team: Colorado Rockies

Notable (local) breweries: New Belgium, Breckenridge, Oskar Blues, and Odells

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4 thoughts on “Top 10 Ballparks for Craft Beer

  1. This is a very good list of ballparks and the beers that they carry. Last year I had went to Chicago to run the Chicago Marathon. After going to Wrigley field it was a who’s who of non craft beer. I would say that Old Style was the most unique beer there and that can be termed as Chicago Budweiser. That being said I went to Miller Park the next day expecting and hoping that maybe they carried Leinenkugel at best. What I had found was beers by New Belgium, Lakefront, MKE, Sprechter, etc. That being said I had a Booyah from Milwaukee Brewing Company and it had to be one of the top 10 beers I had ever had in my entire life. Cheers for putting this out there. It surely isn’t your Yankee’s stadium craft selection!

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