The Panthers lost today, but there's this:
This ought to make some North Carolina brew-hounds very, very happy. The Carolina Panthers have made their love for craft beer known by adding several new breweries to the lineup this year, particularly the NoDa Brewing Company, Big Boss Brewing, New Belgium Brewing Company (a new addition to the Carolina beer scene) and the Olde Mecklenburg Brewery. Even more impressive: the new beer garden opened at section 101, with an even bigger beer selection, shares Carolina Beer.
We have the 4th best stadium for beer variety! Although there is still this.. lost to Seattle again
Seattle’s Safeco Field took the cake for best baseball stadiums for craft beer, and now Seattle’s CenturyLink Field takes the top spot for football, too. Hey, we didn’t mean to stack the odds for Seattle, but we can’t deny that the CenturyLink Field has more than 30 beers throughout the stadium.
There’s the new Brougham Beer Hall, as well as the craft house, that offer just enough beer to satiate the most snobby craft beer Seahawks fan. And by selling brews from even the smaller breweries of the Northwest, like famed Elysian Brewing and Two Beers Brewing, CenturyLink is dedicated to its hometown brews (and wines — the selection of Washington wines at the beer hall isn't too shabby, either). Note to self: become a bandwagon fan of Seattle sports if only to enjoy a good drink at the games.
Chill the hell out people, releax, and drink a big ass