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Lambeau Field infographic: 2011 by the numbers

Posted by Duke Bobber on July 25, 2012 – 5:10 pm

Lambeau Field infographic

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9 Responses to “Lambeau Field infographic: 2011 by the numbers”

  1. By kyannalashae on Jul 25, 2012 | Reply

    AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!! GO PACK GO

  2. By Patrick on Jul 26, 2012 | Reply

    I had one of those brats and a few hits from the Keg on New Years Day GB vs Detroilet. What a game. Can’t wait for the season to start!

  3. By Andy on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Those numbers are not correct, or comparable. If I did the math correctly, that’s just more than 1 beer per person per game. 4006 kegs x 31 gallons/keg x 128oz per gallon divided by 16 (ounces) comes to 993,488 beers served. And the brat total of just over 92 thousand would mean only 8% of attendees had a brat.

  4. By Aaron on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    The brat total is low because everyone is full from the beer!

  5. By scott on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Andy, you have to figure how many people in the stands are children, dd’s, or non-drinkers. Also the fact that at $7+ a beer that most people load up before entering the stadium. Also, people drink less when it’s cold in December and flask in whiskey (in my experience). Take that all into account and the number is probably pretty accurate.

  6. By Jorge Gómez on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Andy, that’s incorrect. 1 Keg=1984oz; 4006Kegs=7947904oz. In a 16oz cup you have 496744 beers. With 771419 total attendance you get that 64,4% had at least 1 beer in the season.

    Anyway, can’t wait till next Thursday.

    Greetings from Chile

  7. By taskforcefreddy on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Actually, those beer numbers appear spot on. The bulk of the beer sold in the stadium is in plastic bottles during game day and this probably doesn’t account for that.

  8. By Drew on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Andy, there are only 15.5 gallons in a keg. A “keg” is really a half barrel, hence why beer at your liquor store is sold in half barrels or quarter barrels. Also, the large beer is 20 oz. That would be a minimum of 397,395 beers sold; which is roughly 1 beer for every 2 people. But that number does not include 16oz. bottles that are sold in the stands, specialty beers, etc. You must also remember, inevitably, there is a little beer that can not be tapped out of the bottom of the barrel, not every beer sold is a 20 oz. cup, every beer is not filled to the brim, and not every attendee is of legal drinking age. All in all, not bad for a sport that only has 8 regular-season home games a year.

  9. By Andy on Aug 2, 2012 | Reply

    Jorge and Drew, thanks for the corrections. I knew the 15.5 gallon/keg – obviously slipped my mind this am. As for the bottles sold, I’m guessing that the number included all beer sales, not just draft sales. 16 vs 20 oz? That was just a guess. I also questioned the brat number. If it’s just brats, and not any other sausage that races around Miller Park, if divided by the 8 home games (and unfortunately, 1 playoff game this year), that’s just under 12,000 brats/game. Seems more reasonable now with those assumptions.
    You are good fans and we can all look forward to a great season – that we can agree on – and that the Bears Still Suck!

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