Beer at the Ballpark – Seattle Mariners 2021 beer lineup



Updated April 19, 2021

This is our annual Beer At The Ballpark guide, directing you to the best beers at T-Mobile Park, the home of the Seattle Mariners. Scroll down or use these links to find the beer listings.

Lay of the Land

The cardboard cutouts were kind of creepy, the piped-in crowd noise was kind of annoying and a fake audience doesn’t drink any beer. Even at 25 percent capacity maximum (currently), EVERYONE is happy to see fans back in the stands and beer flowing again at T-Mobile Park.


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Our beer listings will likely need to be updated as the season rolls along. Rest assured, we’ll do that. No surprise, things are a little different this year. There’s not as much draft beer on our list as years past, but we’ve been told that draft options will increase as, and if, the capacity levels increase.

Just one of the many “value beers” available at the ballpark – 12-oz cans of craft beer for $6.

No sign of the beloved cask-conditioned beer station this year. Sad, but understandable given the reduced capacity limitations. Who knows, maybe the cask station will return. We’ll keep you posted.

This is what we know so far about the beer lineup at T-Mobile Park for the 2021 Mariners season. Note that we focus on craft beer, with a particular eye on Washington-brewed craft beer. (Yes, I am aware that Elysian and some of the others do not technically fit that description.)


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Where’s The Beer?

Note that the numbers refer to section numbers. For instance, 116 refers to Section 116, which is on the 100 level between first base and the foul pole. In some cases, we mention the place where you’ll find the beer. For instance, All Star Club.

Best Craft Beer Bets

In general, craft beer pricing at T-Mobile Park looks like this:

  • 20-oz draft beer – $17.00
  • 16-oz canned craft beer – $11.00
  • 12-oz canned craft beer (value beers) – $6.00

The beer stands at sections 116, 330, and 319 appear to have the best selection. I should say, the most choices for canned craft beer. (Complete canned beer list below.)

Always ask! This is the Good Hops beer stand at section 319. Regardless of what is listed in this story, or anywhere else, if you see a craft beer in a 12-oz can, it’s probably $6.00. Always ask.

You’ll find the widest selection of Value Beers at the beer stands at sections 116 and 141. (Complete value beer list below.) Personally, this option is the option that best suits my needs. Regardless of what info we share here, or that you find elsewhere, if you see a craft beer in a 12-oz can, it might be a value beer. Always ask.

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For draft beer, it looks like most of the good stuff is up on the 300 level at sections 330 and 319. We anticipate the draft beer situation to change as the capacity restrictions change. (Complete draft list below.)

Canned Craft Beer

It seems that the ballpark really wants to push people towards drinking canned beer. Given the dynamic nature of the situation these days, cans are probably a pretty safe way for them to go.

Here is a list of the canned beer you’ll find, and the places where you’ll find them.

  • Bale Breaker Brewing, Field 41 Pale Ale 12 oz.- 109, 319, 330
  • Bale Breaker Brewing, Top Cutter IPA 12 oz.- 116, 137, 218
  • Black Raven Brewing, Coco Jones Porter 12 oz. – 116
  • Elysian Brewing, Contact Haze IPA 16 oz. – Suites, All Star Club, 109, 117, 132, 133, 137, 241, 312, 330, 335
  • Farmstrong Brewing, Skagit Pilsner 12 oz. – 116
  • Fremont Brewing, Golden Pilsner 16 oz. – Suites, 106, 117, 218, 319, 335
  • Ghostfish Brewing, Vanishing Point Pale 16 oz. – Diamond Club, Suites, All Star Club, 132, 213, 319, 330
  • Golden Road Brewing, Mango Cart Wheat Ale 12 oz. – 116
  • Iron Horse Brewry, Irish Death 16 oz. – Suites, Diamond Club, 132, 213, 330
  • Mac & Jack Brewing, Bright Rail IPA 16 oz. – Diamond Club, 106, 115, 119, 133, 140, 213, 313, 319, 330, 349
  • Mac & Jack’s Brewing, Log & Boom Pale 12 oz. – 116, 319, 330
  • No-Li Brewhouse, Red White and Hazy 12 oz. – 116
  • Reuben’s Crikey IPA 12 oz. – 116, 319, 330

Value Craft Beer

Once again, the ballpark has some deals for you. Well, at least they qualify as “deals” by ballpark standards. Get 12 oz. cans of craft beer for $6. That’s a pretty agreeable price for the ballpark.

Enjoying our value beers at the ballpark.

It’s not my job to tell you what to drink, but on a hot sunny day a 20-oz cup of craft beer ($17) may get warm by the time your done drinking it. A 12-oz can of craft beer ($6) will not have a chance to get warm and is a much better value overall — price per ounce.

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Alaskan Brewing, Amber – $6

  • Sections 116 and 141

Alaskan Brewing, Husky IPA – $6

  • Batch Cocktail Carts – Section 116 and 141

Bale Breaker Brewing, Top Cutter IPA – $6

  • Big Cheese – Section 328
  • Batch Cocktail Carts – Sections 116 and 141
  • Shortstop Beer – Section 137
  • Section 218
  • Section 340
  • Mac & Cheese – Section 243

Black Raven Brewing, Coco Jones Porter – $6

  • Sections 116 and 141

Farmstrong Brewing, Skagit Pilsner – $6

  • Sections 116 & 141

Mac & Jack’s Brewing, Log Boom Pale Ale – $6

  • Sultan of Suds – Section 105
  • Batch Cocktail Carts – Sections 116 and 141
  • Mariners Hall of Fame Good Hops – Section 136
  • Good Hops – Sections 319 and 330

Ninkasi Brewing, Prismatic IPA – $6

  • Sections 116 and 141

No-Li Brewhouse, Red White & Hazy IPA – $6

  • Batch Cocktail Carts – Section 116 and 141

Reuben’s Brews, Crikey IPA – $6

  • Sultan of Suds – Section 105
  • Batch Cocktail Carts – Sections 116 and 141
  • Mariners Hall of Fame Good Hops – Section 136
  • Good Hops – Sections 319 and 330
  • Hit it Here Café Terrace (Club Level)

Draft Craft Beer

Not as much draft beer at the ballpark this year. At least, not yet. They plan to add more draft stations as capacity restrictions change and the crowds, presumably, get bigger. What they have, you’ll get in a 20-oz cup for $17. Not the best value, but it is draft beer.

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Below we list the beers currently on tap, and the locations where you’ll find them. Note that the numbers refer to sections at the ballpark.

  • Alaskan Brewing, Amber – 330
  • Bale Breaker Brewing, Hazy L IPA – 319, All Star Club, 243 3rd base club bar, 126 Hot Dog stand
  • Big Sky Brewing, Moose Drool – 330
  • Black Raven Brewing, Trickster IPA – 319
  • Boneyard Brewing, RPM IPA – BSB bar in the ‘Pen
  • Breakside Brewing Pilsner – BSB bar in the ‘Pen
  • Chuckanut Brewery, Asian Style Lager – Din Tai Fung at 133
  • Georgetown Brewing, Manny’s Pale Ale – 109 High Cheese Pizza, 132 Hiroshi’s, 133 Ding Thai Fung, 149 Kidd Valley, 243 3rd Base Bar, All Star Club, Batter up Bar, 335 Ivars, 349 Trident Deck, (also temporarily at 118, 222)
  • Ninkasi Brewing, Prismatic Juicy IPA – 243 3rd base club bar, All Star Club, 319
  • No-Li Brewhouse, Big Juicy IPA – 319
  • pFriem Family Brewers, IPA – 330
  • Pike Brewing, IPA- 319
  • Reubens Brews, Crikey IPA – 223 1st base club bar, BSB bar in the ‘Pen
  • Reubens Brews, Pilsner – All Star Club

Stay Tuned

In 2021, this is something of a moving target. We will update this list as more information becomes available and as things change at the ballpark. As I said earlier, capacity at T-Mobile Park is currently limited to 25 percent. If and when that changes, we expect the ballpark to add more beer options.



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