How do Cubs' beer prices compare to rest of MLB?

How do Cubs' beer prices compare to rest of MLB?
April 22, 2014, 1:00 pm
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CSN Staff

Wrigley Field doesn't have baseball's most-expensive beer. But it's close.

Business Insider put together an informative chart displaying beer prices at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums. There are only three parks that have pricier beer than Wrigley Field, where a small, 16-ounce beer runs you $7.50.

The most expensive beer in baseball is found in Miami, where the Marlins are charging $8 per small draft. Also more expensive than the North Side are the small beers at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia and Fenway Park in Boston ($7.75 each).

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You might find some savings on the South Side, as the small draft beers at U.S. Cellular Field cost $6.50. But that's still north of the MLB average of $6.09.

So where's the place to go if you're looking for relatively cheap libations? Chase Field in Phoenix and Progressive Field in Cleveland. Diamondbacks and Indians fans are enjoying small beers for only $4.

Road trip?