The average cost for a small draft beer at NHL games this season is $US7.34 according to data collected by Team Marketing Report from each team. That is up 3.8% from $US7.07 during 2012-13 season.
Three teams have the most expensive beer in the NHL where it will cost you at least $US9.50 to buy one. The cheapest beers can be found in Pittsburgh where Penguins fans can get a beer for just $US5.00, albeit at smaller sizes. If we consider the size of the beer, the most expensive beer is at Rangers games where the team charges $US0.73 per ounce for their cheapest beer. The Washington Capitals offer a beer that costs just $US0.33 per ounce, the cheapest in the NHL.
Here is a look at how much a the smallest draft beer you can buy at each arena costs (size of the beer, in ounces, is in parentheses):
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