Going to a Major League Ballpark, enjoying a cold beer and a hot dog, is a tradition that has been passed down through generations in the United States. When I went to my first New York Mets game, the only beer available in Shea Stadium was a Rheingold. As my dad used to tell me, "they owned the taps." Schaefer had the same thing going on at Yankee Stadium. That was the 1970's. Today people want variety and according to an article by Eno Sarris of The Athletic, people aren't getting wide choice of beers in every ballpark.
I know my dog Freddie has an adorable mug. If you think that your pet has one too, they could be the face of one of Brown's Brewery's beers. They have teamed up with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society to raise money and make someone's furry friend "beer famous".
If there were a beer dedicated to the Governor, would you drink it?
On one hand, you may not like the Governor. On the other, it's beer. Or you may like Cuomo and beer and be totally fine with it.
A brewery in New York is releasing " The Governor's IPA" to honor Governor Cuomo...