Eno Sarris covered two of our favorite topics, beer and Dodger Stadium, in a piece for FanGraphs (well, technically NotGraphs): "Ballpark Beer Review: Dodger Stadium."
The short version? He thinks the price is reasonable (Surprising!), but the selection is lacking, particularly when it comes to craft beers.
He definitely has a point. We Sons (and a good number of our readership) tend to have taste in beer that falls on the side of "highfalutin'" and would love to see more craft beers available during Dodger games. I disagree, however, with this part of the article:
I’ll drink a Kona Longboard lager, or a DBA from Firestone, sure. I won’t even complain that much about a GB beer, or one from Sam Adams. But if you make me walk to the farthest reaches of the park to find these beers, maybe then I’ll complain.I have seen taps for all of those beers at multiple locations on the Field, Loge, and Reserve levels. Maybe he expects all beer vendors to carry every variety of beer. I'm not sure how realistic that is.
Also, if I'm not mistaken, Firestone, Kona, etc. are all recent additions to the beer selection, and were added under the old ownership. I'm guessing if Frank was already trying to improve the beer selection, then the Guggenheim group will expand it even further.