In the meantime, I offer you this actually-pretty-fascinating article about beer at baseball stadiums. If it convinces me of anything, it's that the hegemony of mass market lagers has come to an end. A tease:
The average Major League team this season is offering 50 different beers from nearly 25 breweries.And reference that suggests Seattle and Portland are not identical.
About 70 percent of Safeco Field’s 700 beer handles are devoted to “good, quality craft beer,” according to Steve Dominguez, the general manager of Centerplate's operations at Safeco Field. Sales of craft-style products crush those of domestic-style mass market beers, by a ratio of about 4-1. The stadium bought three cask engines this year to allow for cask-conditioned ales throughout the stadium, and they offer a hearty list of 22-ounce craft bombers from breweries like Pyramid, Oskar Blues, No-Li and Rogue.The whole article is well worth a read.