Hockey and beer go together like John Lennon and Paul McCartney — some people like them individually, but most would say they're better together.
But buying brews at an NHL stadium can cost you a lot of dough, depending on where you live.
Business Insider broke down beer prices at NHL venues across the U.S., finding that Pittsburgh Penguins fans could get the cheapest beers — $5.25 for 12 ounces — while Madison Square Garden in New York, unsurprisingly, was home to the most expensive beers.
As Business Insider noted, Washington Capitals fans get the best deal in the NHL, with a 24-ounce beer costing $8, or 33 cents per ounce.
The worst deal in the NHL costs fans nearly twice as much per ounce: Winnipeg's 12-ounce beers cost $7.36, or 61 cents per ounce.
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