For the 2019 season, Sports Illustrated reached out to all 30 MLB teams to find out details on each ballpark’s beer offerings. All information was received directly from the team or its food and beverage service provider and is for 2019, unless otherwise noted. All beer lists are subject to change. All rating information for craft beer offerings was sourced from BeerAdvocate. Want to see more MLB ballpark beer guides? See the full list here.
Headed to Wrigley Field this season? Here's a comprehensive look at the beers you can expect to see around the ballpark.
Cheapest + most expensive: Overall, prices range from $9.75 to $12.
New for 2019: This season, Wrigley Field added more than a dozen draft and packaged craft beer options from breweries with Chicago and Midwest roots. According to a representative from Levy Restaurants, which services Wrigley Field, the goal was to provide more variety and new flavor profiles. Some of the new options available this season include: Stella Artois, Golden Road Mango Cart Wheat Ale, Estrella Jalisco, Lagunitas Sumpin’ Easy (American pale ale), Stiegl Radler, Broken Bat Corre Corre (Mexican lager), Broken Bat Golden Sombrero (American pilsner), Gumballhead American Pale Wheat Ale, Brooklyn Summer Ale and Budweiser Discovery Reserve.
Local beer choices: Although it’s a widely available national brand, Goose Island is brewed in Chicago, Ill., and actually began in 1988 as a single brewpub in Lincoln Park, Chicago. You’ll find a variety of Goose Island options at Wrigley Field, including: 312 Urban Wheat (American pale wheat ale), Green Line Pale Ale, Born & Raised (cream ale), Next Coast IPA, Summertime German Kölsch, Old Man Grumpy Pale Ale and more.
Other craft local options include: Half Acre Pony Pilsner, Begyle Blonde Ale, Revolution Everyday Hero Session IPA and Cruz Blanca Palm Shade IPA.
Any brews I can only find in this stadium? No.
Best choices for beer snobs: It’s not a local option, but 3 Floyds Zombie Dust IPA (4.58/5) is one of the highest-rated beers across all MLB stadium offerings and it is available at Wrigley Field. Other top options are the Cruz Blanca Palm Shade IPA (4.03/5) and Revolution’s Fist City American Pale Ale (4.08/5) and Anti-Hero IPA (4.1/5).
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