Craft beer at the Etihad

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  1. Cityfan

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    Has anyone tried it? I much prefer decent beer to the rubbish on tap and like a pint before the game. Can't have more than one or anything later as I drive. Are the beers OK and which are the better ones?
     
  2. mat

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    It'll taste shite as no one will know how to look after it.
     
  3. Saddleworth2

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    Noticed that they have changed from Fosters and Heineken to Amstel which is a plus bu5 didn’t see this craft beer that you speak of.
     

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  4. Cityfan

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    Last year I noticed there was a small outlet near the middle of Level 1 selling bottled craft beer, didn't notice till near the end of the season to be honest and didn't buy any as each time I forgot and had already bought a pint elsewhere.
    My concern was as above that it might not have been kept very well but thought I might give it a shout,
     
  5. staffsblue

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    Tried some at the Summerbee Bar last season before an evening game. Was great to have something other than the usual fizzy rubbish although it was a tad pricey. Can't for the life of me remember what it was though!
     
  6. Prestwich_Blue

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    Went to a baseball game in Pittsburgh in June and they had little carts on the concourse selling a range of craft beers. Prices were eye-watering ($10 a pint) but lovely beer.
     
  7. jimharri

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    Are tweed jackets with leather patches on the elbows compulsory attire if you want to get a pint of said craft ale?
     
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    Pretentious nonsense!
     
  9. jimharri

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    WHOOOOOOSH!!!!
     
  10. The perfect fumble

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    Smart casual will do.....

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