Infographic: Baseball Beer Prices Across The Country

Which stadiums charge the most for a cold one?
May 1, 2013 8:01 am

This data comes from Fan Cost Experience, a user-generated database of ticket, food and beer costs that's really helpful in budgeting out your baseball season. Wait, you can get a small draft beer for $5.75 at Citifield? We might get to go see the Mets play this year, after all!

Salt River Fields: The Best Baseball Stadium You've Never Been To

Fry bread, soba, condiment-land, 40 kinds of beer
Apr 4, 2013 10:01 am

Salt River Fields is the first MLB stadium built on Native American land and the deal has been a boon to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian community that resides on the land as well. Sight lines are great, the scoreboard is crisp and parking is plentiful. All that is necessary for a good baseball experience, but the best thing about the ballpark? It's what you shove in your facehole.

10 Ways Baseball Is Getting Craft Beer All Kinds Of Right

Discount days, passports, backpack kegs, bat-beer
Apr 3, 2013 2:16 pm

While we hope to see craft beers retake our hometown heroes, we’re happy to say there are plenty of excellent ballparks worth seeking out for their beer selection. Here are ten baseball craft beer stories for 2013 that we think are hitting it out of the park.

Diddy And Mark Wahlberg Partner To Change The High Performance Water Game

Music mogul, actor marketing drink for athletes
Feb 28, 2013 12:31 pm

Entertainment powerhouse Sean “Diddy” Combs and actor/producer Mark Wahlberg announced a joint venture yesterday with AQUAhydrate, a high performance water marketed to elite athletes. Read on.

Food Republic's Ultimate Guide To Super Bowl XLVII

All our coverage of the Big Game (plus, beer!)
Feb 3, 2013 5:01 pm

Welcome to game day! Below is our ultimate guide to football food coverage, something we've been posting frequently on the past few weeks. From replica stadiums constructed entirely of snack foods to the best TV commercials of the year, if it's Super Bowl-related, we're on it. Enjoy the show, and if you see something particularly noteworthy,...

Tennessee Titans Lineman Michael Roos Will Tackle Any Dish Put In Front Of Him

The star, um, tackle even talks up The Catbird Seat
Oct 25, 2012 9:01 am

Michael Roos, tackle for the Tennessee Titans, is one of the NFL's most adventurous eaters. As we find out here, Roos frequents Nashville's finest restaurants. The 30-year-old, who clocks in at a whopping 6-feet, 7-inches, 315 pounds, is playing like a star for the 3-4 Titans. But if things don't work out for him, we'd make room for him on the editorial team at Food Republic.

According To Shaquille O'Neal, There Is No Food That Helps Free-Throw Percentage

With a 50% career average, he knows. Sorry Deez.
Oct 4, 2012 12:01 pm
Shaq photo

We were able to speak with retired basketball great Shaquille O'Neal for a few minutes. After heated debate, we shied away from asking him about if he enjoys eating Kobe (beef, that is). We did, however, find out some pretty cool things about his eating habits, possible future restaurant plans and if any food can help with those damn free throws. Read on.

Beer Around The NFL: Minnesota Vikings

The Twin Cities knows their craft brews
Sep 13, 2012 2:01 pm

Football season is here and you know what that means, don’t you? If we weren’t so freakin’ beer happy all year round, we would call it beer season, because there really is no better way to cheer your team than with a pint or mug of your favorite local craft brew. All season we will be taking a look at the beer scenes in cities representing all 32 NFL teams — from local brewers to beer-centric bars to the finest beer shops. Up now, the Vikings!


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