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The Best Beers 76ers Fans Should Try at the Wells Fargo Center

76ers Tickets Guide – Best Beers At Wells Fargo Center

After you save big bucks on 76ers tickets at ScoreBig.com, you’ll have extra money to sit back and have some great beers while you enjoy the game. The Sixers struggled in 2013-14, but the team’s management has laid the foundation of what promises to be an exciting future. Michael Carter-Williams dazzled the NBA with a great rookie campaign, and when he some new running mates next season you won’t want to miss a beat of the action. Upon reading this article, you’ll be able to get your beer and into your seat a lot quicker. Let’s take a look at what’s available inside the Wells-Fargo Center…

Victory Brewing Company – HopDevil & PJW Copper Lager

Victory Brewing Company is a privately held craft brewery located in Downington, Pennsylvania. The brewery started in 1996, won numerous awards and is now sold in 34 states across America.

HopDevil’s enticing name says it all and the spicy, distinctive American hops give it an aromatic kick that follows through with a lasting, full-bodied finish. It also goes perfectly with all of the stadium food fare- especially ones with cheddar cheese and any kind of BBQ and grilled meats.  PJW Copper Lager is a rich, highly caramelized malt with floral and earthly hops. It has a medium-bodied density and well-carbonated flow to make it an easy drinking beer.

21st Amendment Brewery – Hell or High Watermelon Wheat

The San Francisco, CA based brewery put out this American wheat beer brewed with real watermelon, for a flavor that’s crisp, dry and refreshing- as they say, “It’s summer in a can.” The hint of watermelon taste is not overbearing in any sense, and goes great with BBQ food. It’s not your typical drink for a basketball game, but this is one to try before you leave the building.

Stone Brewing Company – Stone Go To IPA

Another California-based brewery making its way into Wells-Fargo Center, these guys take “hop obsession” to a new level.  Their “hop bursting” technique- an irrational amount of hops added during the final phase of the brewing process to coax out extreme flavors and aromas while adding a burst of bitterness. The Stone Go To IPA has a thick, white head, golden appearance. The aroma is hop-laden with a background hop resin and a hint of pineapple. It has a semi-dry finish and makes for an easy drink.

Surly Brewing Company – Coffee Bender

The Minnesota-based brewery started out as a home-brewing kit before making it big time. The Coffee Bender has a short head that thins out quick, and has a very dark, mahogany color to it. Drinkers have described the beer as, “Coffee grinds to the max!” (in a good way). Right away, the roasted, bold, coffee smell hits you with just the right amount of bitterness and nutty notes with a hint of vanilla.

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