You may love beer and baseball, but you won’t bat anywhere near .300. That is, you probably haven’t tasted all three-hundred baseball-themed beers on the market. Review the largest baseball beer menu on the planet, and learn baseball beer trivia along the way. Cheers.
You won’t offend me if you skip this article entirely and go directly to the Baseball Beer Menu with 300 Brews. However, you’d be missing out on some of the best named beers in the business.
Breweries Serving Only Baseball Beer
No, this isn’t heaven. It’s not Iowa either. It is half a dozen baseball breweries serving almost entirely baseball beers. Checking the stats, the leaderboard includes Left Field Brewery with more than 66 baseball beers, Strike Brewing with 44, and Broken Bat with 36. Cooperstown Brewing, Bull Durham Beer Co, and Texas Leaguer Brewing aren’t far behind.
Baseball Superstars With Their Own BeerAs far as we can tell, former Boston Red Sox player Kevin Youkilis is the only player who owns his own brewery – Loma Brewing. But tons are stars have made a label. Here is just a taste. View all beers featuring MLB baseball players on the label, or click the ones below.
George Brett Pine Tar Incident Beers
You may recall that time George Brett of the Kansas City Royal’s used too much pine tar on his bat as he homered. The Yankees’ Billy Martin challenged the play, and won. Now it is celebrated forever, by two brewers.
Baseball Teams with Branded Beer
There are too many teams with their own baseball beers to name them own. But there are some name plays worth sharing. These are just some.
Incredibly Clever Baseball Beer Names
Coming up with clever names for baseball beers can’t be easy, but these are some of the the most clever names.
Brett Rudy lives in Boston, Massachusetts where he created Baseball Is My Life, and is co-founder of Charity Hop Sports Marketing, helping athletes raise money for their philanthropic initiatives. Brett helped launch Charity Wines with more than 30 professional athletes, selling more than one million bottles of wine. Brett is also the creator of the Corked Bat Collection, 100 Innings of Baseball for ALS, the Cooperstown Classic at the Baseball Hall of Fame, and Winterball for Toys for Tots. In his spare time, Brett plays outfield in the Boston Men’s Baseball League.