NFL Opening Sunday Beer Report by BeerBoard
BeerBoard today released its “NFL Opening Sunday Beer Report.” In this report (link here: NFL Opening Sunday Beer Report), BeerBoard takes a look at the beer consumed for the Opening Sunday of the 2017 NFL season (September 10, 2017).
“Football dominates the American sporting landscape and the beer data is there to prove it,” said Mark Young, Founder and CEO of BeerBoard. “It was interesting o take a look at what fans were consuming while watching their favorite team. Whether your team won or lost on Opening Sunday, it is evident that many took part in celebrating the return of the NFL.”
The NFL Opening Sunday Beer Report is part of a regular series of industry data and analytics reports generated by BeerBoard. The company is headquartered in Syracuse, NY, and has offices in Denver and the New York City area.
BeerBoard monitors over 50,000 draft lines and 35,000 products through its Integrated Beer Management and Guest Display System. Installed at thousands of client locations, its services include SmartBar, which generates pour data and trend-driven analytics, BeerBoard Display, a digital consumer-facing menu display, BeerBoard Menu, automated print and website menus, and a consumer mobile application. The company services high profile independent groups and major chain clients throughout North America, including Buffalo Wild Wings, Hooters, Twin Peaks and BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse.