Some pictures from Bank of America Stadium during a Panthers preseason game.
According to a couple different articles (like this one here) the Panthers stadium has some of the cheapest beer prices in the NFL. Don’t let that confuse you though, it’s not cheap at all. The average price for “regular” beer seemed about $8 per 16oz. The good news is that there were local “craft” options and they only cost about $1 more. I believe the NoDa Brewing cans might have been $9.50, but the Olde Mecklenburg draft pints were $9. In addition to NoDa cans and OMB drafts, I also noticed a Foothills booth serving draft beer. Pretty awesome craft selection for a professional sports stadium!
The NFL's Most Overpriced Beers: Detroit Lions, Seattle Seawhawks Have Worst Bargain Beverages
There’s no surprise that NFL stadium beers are an expensive commodity, but no team has marked up its frosty beverages more above local retail prices than the Detroit Lions.
"The league’s best deal for beer is in Jacksonville, where the cheapest in-stadium option – $7 for a 16-ounce drink – is merely triple the price, per ounce, offered at local supermarkets. Just behind the Jaguars on the list of (relative) bargain beers are the Carolina Panthers, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos.”
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The Unknown Brewing Co. is located on Mint Street, about five blocks from Bank Of America stadium, where the Carolina Panthers play. It was a great experience to be here on a Sunday right before a game. Great people watching! I enjoyed their Pre-Game “session ale” (4.5% abv) and the Head First pale ale, while Laurel picked the Over the Edge IPA as her fave. **They just started canning operations (only the IPA) since we were there. The last three pics of the packaging are pulled from their fb page. Cool cans. Love their logo!