Chicago Cubs fans and beer lovers got some good news Wednesday morning as news broke that there would be significant changes to the beer menu at Wrigley Field starting this season.
Josh Noel of the Chicago Tribune reported on Wednesday morning that Wrigley Field is adding two local brewers, Three Floyds and Begyle, to their beer menu. In addition, they will also expand the presence of Half Acre, Revolution, Lagunitas and Cruz Blanca, the brewpub co-founded by chef Rick Bayless.
And yes, that means Zombie Dust is coming to Wrigley Field.
Three Floyds will offer both Zombie Dust and Gumball Head on draft for the upcoming season. Some good news for beer lovers that also are Chicago Cubs fans. Also making its debut is Begyle Brewing which will offer 16-ounce cans of Begyle Blonde. Half Acre’s Daisy Cutter Pale Ale will be available in 16 oz cans as well as on tap in two different locations in the ballpark.
As for prices? The report states that Wrigley Field will keep craft beer prices right around $10-$12 for the season.
A full list of all the craft beers available at Wrigley Field can be found here.
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