Indians Tickets Guide – Best Beers at Progressive Field
Once you have your Indians tickets, you’re already thinking about how you’re going to enjoy yourself: where you’ll be sitting, what you’ll be eating, and most importantly, what you’ll be drinking. Why bother with other drinks when beer brings you the sweet, carbonated way to relax and have fun at the same time? But, you don’t want to waste your time at the concession stand trying to figure out what to drink; you want to get back to the stands and watch the game. So, here’s a guide to the best beers you can find at Progressive Field.
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An interesting beer that you can’t find at many stadiums, Guinness reminds most people of what dark beer means. When you pour this beer, you see its opaque black color, followed by a creamy head on top. The contrast makes the beer look exceptionally appealing. As expected of a beer this color, though mild, smells of dark chocolate and coffee. The taste offers much of the same, but remains full-bodied, creamy, and smooth. The combination creates one of the finest beers of its kind.
Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat
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Hailing from the completely opposite side of the beer universe, we find Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat. Offering a Belgian styled beer, Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat was actually made from a lager yeast. It’s a cloudy, yellow-hazed beer with a thick foamy head that holds together well. Before you even taste this beer, you’ll smell its distinct blueberry flavor. Within the blueberry, lies white pepper, coriander, and mint aromas. Overall the beer has a mild wheat character with just enough hoppy flavor to balance it all out.
Samuel Adams Boston Lager
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Samuel Adams Boston Lager is one of the most underrated nation-wide beers in the United States. The company claims to have helped America’s beer revolution by offering a full-bodied beverage that gives a rich and robust flavor to those who enjoy it. Most people who drink it agree; it’s one of the most solid beers you can find. Beer snobs often blow it off without trying, but those who give it a true chance aren’t disappointed. Try this beer on tap to fully experience the deliciously even, bitter twang.
Great Lakes Burning River Pale Ale
Every best beer list should have a pale ale on it, and Burning River makes its way to this one. This Pale Ale comes assertively hopped creating a citrusy, piney flavor. The use of Cascade hops adds to the immense citrus aroma and fresh taste. You know you’re getting an IPA when you get a whiff of this beer. Right when the drink hits your lips you taste the sweet orange and grapefruit. Burning River offers a simple beer with a perfect blend of flavors.
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Here we have a truly simple beer. Make sure you get this beer on tap or from the keg. Its flavor reminds many of a pilsner, but doesn’t have the same bitterness or maltiness. Either way, it offers an easy to drink option that the company puts hard work into. Their brewing process takes twice as long as most other domestic brewing companies, making the flavor clearer and more distinct.
Now you can decide what to get before you arrive. Drink responsibly and enjoy the game!