PRESS RELEASE – To enhance the gameday experience of guests at Hawkins Field, Vanderbilt Athletics is set to unveil the Home Run Lounge — a premium tented lounge area for fans 21 and over to purchase beer and spiked seltzer.
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The Houston Astros and Houston-based Karbach Brewing Co. have joined forces to bring fans a brand new beer and give back to the Houston community right in time for spring season. Read more here.
Baseball, hot dogs and cold beer just go together, right? For the first time, Lupton Stadium, home of the TCU Horned Frogs baseball team, will finally serve all three starting Wednesday night, when TCU hosts Dallas Baptist University. Read more here.
Trouble might have been brewing for the Yankees over facial images of their players — including Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton — imprinted in beer sold at the Stadium. The images were displayed at a media event on Monday at the ballpark. Read more and see photo here.
The game of baseball is steeped in nostalgia. Every crack of a bat on a ball evokes memories of sluggers from the past like Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Lou Gehrig. The cheers of the crowd mingles with the smell of popcorn and hotdogs. Perhaps the most important part of the experience are the vendors shouting, “Getcher cold beer here!” Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
For the first time, beer and wine will be sold to fans in TD Ameritrade Park’s main concourse and grandstand sections on the club level during the College World Series. Fans in the suites and clubs have been able to buy adult beverages since 2013. Read more here. On a related note, click here to check out the food lineup at the CWS.
With scant discussion and one dissenting vote, the City Council approved the request of the Winnipesaukee Muskrats (Summer Collegiate, New England Collegiate Baseball League) to offer beer and wine, along with hamburgers and hot dogs from the grill, at all home games at Robbie Mills Field during the 2016 season. Read more here.
For the first time ever, beer was on tap at Dick Howser Stadium Friday as the Florida State Seminoles held their season opener against Rhode Island. Read more and watch video report here.
The city of Eau Claire (WI) is considering limiting all-you-can-drink beer specials on the fan decks at Carson Park as part of a new lease with the summer collegiate Eau Claire Express (Northwoods League). First, it’s not a problem (just like it isn’t at every other ballpark in America), so leave the team alone. Second, when did the team add a new second-tier deck down the right foul line? Read more and watch news report here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Charleston RiverDogs are constantly on the forefront of providing new and exciting food and beverage options at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. This time, with the help of Palmetto Brewery, the RiverDogs have their own special beer brewed exclusively for consumption at The Joe. “The Original” will make its debut tonight. Continue reading
Tennessee State lawmakers on Monday passed legislation allowing hard liquor sales at the new Sulphur Dell ballpark under construction for the Triple-A Nashville Sounds (Pacific Coast League). The new stadium is set to open a year from now in April 2015, and it appears fans will be able to celebrate with a nice stiff drink. Read more here.
New York City police officers have been patrolling the parking lot at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, to hand out $25 citations to tailgaters drinking in public. Drinking alcohol in public has long been banned in New York City and its surrounding areas, but until recently, the law was rarely enforced inside local team stadium parking lots. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
PRESS RELEASE – The 2013 O’pen House on Saturday, March 16 from 10am to 2pm at Werner Park will be a lot of things. It will be free to the public, feature a revamped Storm Front Team Store, the ability for fans to “Select Their Seat” and the opportunity to name and taste the new Storm Chasers beer. However before this event takes place, the team needs your help. Continue reading
In cooperation with Cooperstown Brewing Company and Butternuts Beer and Ale, the summer collegiate Cooperstown Hawkeyes (Perfect Game League) will offer their own brand of beer at Doubleday Field this summer. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Huntsville is a growing city and their palate for great beer is expanding at a similar rate. The Huntsville Stars are proud to announce their beer selection has multiplied as well for the 2012 season to include over 17 different varieties of ice cold brews. Continue reading
The summer collegiate Watertown Wizards (Perfect Game League) should now have clarity on the sale of beer at Alex T. Duffy Fairgrwound, now that the city council has finalzied a new alohol policy for the ballpark. As you might recall, the former owner of the Wizards was in a tiff with the city over beer sales, before finally deciding to sell off the team. Read more here.
The site Webstaurantstore.com has put together a graphic illustrating the range of prices fans pay for tickets, beer, and hot dogs a MLB Ballparks. Read more here.
Beer sales are reportedly down 30 percent at Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field. Arguably, “The weather, the losses, and the no-shows…” are at least part of the problem. Attendance is down 2,313 and 1,117 per game for the Cubs and White Sox, respectively, so far this season. Read more here.