Drink Up! Here's A List Of The Most Popular Beer At Every NFL Stadium, According to the 'Untappd' App
USA Today and drinking app Untappd recently conducted a study to determine the most popular beer brand at each NFL stadium since the 2019 season. Almost none of the major beer producers made the list, but a whole slew of IPAs did take the top spot at several NFL stadiums. These are the most “checked-in” beers at all 30 NFL stadiums since the 2019 season. • State Farm Stadium, Arizona Cardinals — Xercole Desert IPA (Four Peaks Brewing Company) • Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta Falcons — Slap Fight (Monday Night Brewing) • M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore Ravens — Snake Dog IPA (Flying Dog Brewery) • Bills Stadium, Buffalo Bills — Labatt Blue (Labatt Brewing Company) • Bank of America Stadium, Carolina Panthers — Roaring Riot (NoDa Brewing) • Soldier Field, Chicago Bears — Daisy Cutter Pale Ale (Half Acre Beer Company) • Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati Bengals — Garage Beer (Braxton Brewing Company) • FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland Browns — Danger City Brown Ale (The Phoenix Brewing Company) • AT&T Stadium, Dallas Cowboys — Blood & Honey (Revolver Brewing) • Empower Field at Mile High, Denver Broncos — United in Orange Pale Ale (Breckenridge Brewery) • Ford Field, Detroit Lions — M-43 N.E. India Pale Ale (Old Nation Brewing Co.) • Lambeau Field, Green Bay Packers — Luau Krunkles (Terrapin Beer Co.) • NRG Stadium, Houston Texans — Hopadillo IPA (Karbach Brewing Co.) • Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis Colts — Two-Hearted Ale (Bell’s Brewery) • TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville Jaguars — Miller Lite (Miller Brewing Company) • Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City Chiefs — Chiefs Kingdom Blonde Ale (Golden Road Brewing) • Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas Raiders — Denogginizer (Drake’s Brewing Company) • SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles Rams and Chargers — Whose House (Golden Road Brewing) • Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Dolphins — Bud Light (Anheuser-Busch) • U.S. Bank Stadium, Minnesota Vikings — Troll Way IPA (Insight Brewing Company) • Gillette Stadium, New England Patriots — Julius (Tree House Brewing Company) • The Caesars Superdome, New Orleans Saints — Dixie Lager (Dixie Brewing Co.) • MetLife Stadium, New York Giants and Jets — Bud Light (Anheuser-Busch) • Lincoln Financial Stadium, Philadelphia Eagles — Vulpulin (Sly Fox Brewing) • Heinz Field, Pittsburgh Steelers — IC Light (Pittsburgh Brewing Company) • Levi’s Stadium, San Francisco 49ers — Apocalypse IPA (10 Barrel Brewing Co.) • Lumen Field, Seattle Seahawks — Tropic Haze IPA (Silver City Brewery) • Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Luau Krunkles (Terrapin Beer Co.) • Nissan Stadium, Tennessee Titans — Yee-Haw IPA (Yee-Haw Brewing Company) • FedEx Field, Washington Football Team — #AATR (Devils Backbone Brewing Company)
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