The Cleveland Indians Have One of the Best Beer Selections in the League

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A study by the Washington Post says the Cleveland Indians have one of the best, most diverse beer selections in the majors.

To draw that conclusion, the Post gathered beer menus from all 30 MLB stadiums, then compared them on BeerAdvocate.com, giving weight to teams sporting unique, locally crafted brews. 



The Cleveland Indians came up third overall, behind the Seattle Mariners and the Cincinnati Reds, but first in quality for serving varieties from Fat Head's, The BrewKettle, Great Lakes Brewing Co., and the like. 



Progressive Field was also recently recognized for having some of the lowest beer prices in the nation. If you're looking for excuses to hit up a Tribe game and get toasted, you're welcome.


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