Who has the Better Beer, the Cubs or the White Sox?
Home Opening day for the Chicago White Sox is today and Monday, the Cubs will have their home opener, and fans will be be gulping down lots of barley and hops. The question remains, who has the better beer?
According to an analysis done by the Chicago Tribune, the answer is: The White Sox.
The reason is that US Cellular field offers many different local craft beers that you cannot get at Wrigley Field, including:
- Three Floyds Yum Yum pale ale
- Half Acre Daisy Cutter and Pony Pils
- Hop Butcher for the World Good Ryes Wear Black
- Lagunitas IPA and Lil Sumpin’
- Metropolitan Flywheel* and Krankshaft
- Pollyanna Brewing Full Lemonty blonde ale and Mazzie pale ale
- Revolution Anti-Hero IPA
- Two Brothers Domaine DuPage
- Ebel’s Weiss and Prairie Path
Of course, you will also find your standard Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft, Coors Light and Leinenkugel Summer Shandy.
Wrigley, on the other hand will carry:
- Bud and Bud Light
- Goose’s 312 Urban Wheat and IPA
- Michelob Ultra
- Shock Top Belgian White
- Shock Top Lemon Shandy
- Stella Artois
The Tribune reports that Wrigley is bound to 10 year exclusive agreement that ends in 2023.
Nevertheless, there is nothing like a ballgame and flowing beer to make our national past time more enjoyable, just make sure you bring lots of extra cash because the stuff ain't cheap,
Read the complete beer report HERE.