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Friday, July 21, 2006

Beer and Baseball: San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park

While at the Giants game, it certainly is difficult to pay attention to the game while thinking about which beer to buy next. While you could easily pick any of the quality brews below and stick with it for the night, there are so many different ones that you will probably want to try one of each!
Anchor Steam
Bass Ale
Firestone Double Barrel
Gordon Biersch Hefeweizen & Marzen
Guinness Harp
Lagunitas IPA
New Belgium Fat Tire Amber
Pilsner Urquell
Pyramid Hefeweizen
Red Hook E.S.B.
Mendocino Red Tail Ale
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Speakeasy Prohibition Ale
Stella Artois
Widmer Drop Top Amber & Hefeweizen

In addition to all of these fine beers are the standard macro swill and Beck's, Sol, Tecate, Heineken, Smithwick's, Corona, Red Stripe, Peroni, and Rolling Rock. Are you kidding me? First beer got better in airports and now it's getting better in ballparks too.

I think the world (or at least the U.S.) is slowly catching on to better beer! Especially consider, would you rather pay 7.25 to 7.75 for domestic swill or another 50 cents for a much higher quality craft brew. Duh!



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