Minnesota Twins will serve Surly and Fulton at Target Field this summer
In an unveiling this morning, the Minnesota Twins announced that this summer fans will be able to enjoy both Surly and Fulton by the pint at Target Field.
Fulton brewed fresh just across the street from Target Field.
Surly will be available in Section 124, while Fulton will be poured at the Townball Tavern.
This is great news for beer and baseball aficionados; however, fans are already wondering how much a beloved craft beer will set them back in the price-gouging environs of a sports stadium.
The answer? Expensive -- about $7.75 to $8.75 a pour for brews from Fulton and Surly. But not shocking -- die-hard fans are already well-acquainted with shelling out extra. For a slighly cheaper local brew, Summits, Grain Belts, Schell's, and Lift Bridge will be sold for $6.50 a bottle.
Read a full list of the concessions here, which also includes some new non-beer related changes. According to the Twins News site, deep-fried pickle chips are making a debut, as is a stuffed meatball.
Local whiskey impresario Kieran Folliard is also in on the action, and bars once known as Twins Pubs are becoming the 2 Gingers Pubs. They will, of course, be pouring the signature Big Ginger.
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