Thursday, April 2, 2009

One Last Chance To Speculate Over Leaked Yankee Stadium Photos - Pabst Blue Ribbon for $9?!

The days of gawking over leaked photos and video tours from inside of the new Yankee Stadium are just about over, as the new cathedral is set to open its gates for the first time at 11:00 AM. When those gates open, innocent fans with the intent to buy peanuts, may come across a lurking beast: the Pabst Blue Ribbon 24 oz. tall boy.

PBR is a timeless cheap beer that spans across generations. If you are currently in college and enjoy a PBR every now and again when seeking out a cheap brew, it is likely that your father did the same back in his day. Now, the Yankees have done the unthinkable and have brought Pabst Blue Ribbon to the house that big Stein built:

The photo above might as well be a who's who of crappy beers that one drinks when they want a quick buzz for cheap. We have no confirmation that the PBR priced at $9 in the photo above is a 24 oz. tall boy, but as frequent commenter BPALM notes "for a $9 PBR, it better be 40 oz." We highly doubt it is 40 oz. but it better be at least 24 oz.

If you are trying to get the most bang for your buck at the Stadium, you might as well grab a Nathan's hot dog from the Kids Cafe nearby:

$12 and 414 calories later, you have just nourished not only your body, but your soul. While the kiddies are waiting in line for their $6.50 kids meals (hey wait, that seems like a pretty good deal), you will be laughing your way to the bank. In the old stadium, $12 only went as far as a half hour line and a 24 oz. Fosters or Heineken. Now, the Yankees have rewarded you with the ultimate ballpark treat - a Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and a Nathans hot dog. The peanuts will have to wait until next time.

Please note, the authors of this blog have no idea if the PBR being offered is the 24 oz. size. If not, forget everything we just said and stay far, far away. Please check back this weekend as we plan on publishing an entire guide with the prices of most concessions at the new Yankee Stadium.
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