"If you sip on one beer per period watching an Islander's game, you're walking out of that place about thirty-bucks lighter.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
"You'd think," said Mark Davidson, founder, "the NHL might find ways to bring the fans back after the strike-shortened season. Obviously, keeping beer prices low wasn't first on their mind."
The infographic shows the best deal to be had is while watching the Colorado Avalanche play at Pepsi Center and the worst deal in the league is in Florida, where watching the Tampa Bay Lightning skate the ice will set back thirsty beer lovers a whopping eight dollars for a twelve-ounce serving.
"We had a few calls this year asking when we'd release the report. We had to wait for the strike to end, just like everyone else. We actually got a sort of threat from an anonymous site user from New York jonesing for the guys to get back at it. He said 'and they better drop the price for beer, or people are really going to be... upset.' He used a different word though," chuckles Davidson.
Davidson says that the intent of the infographic was "for amusement, and maybe to help people save a few dollars on beer." The infographic also totals up what three brews would cost, one per period. "Yeah, it can get a little intimidating when you look at it that way," Davidson says. "If you sip on one beer per period watching an Islander's game, you're walking out of that place about thirty-bucks lighter."
Davidson recommends using SaveOnBrew.Com and watching the game from home. "We help people save money on beer. That's almost like God's work," he says with a grin. "Look, stay home. Save some money on beer. Don't drink and drive. And maybe, just maybe, you can see if the Canadiens can grab the cup this year or if the Kings still have their mojo."
The full infographic can be seen on SaveOnBrew.Com.
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