It’s been a few years since we took a look at the price of beer around the NFL, courtesy of Team Marketing Report. A lot of things have changed since 2015, though the least and most expensive stadiums have held steady: Cincinnati the most fan-friendly and Philadelphia the least. At least Eagles fans have a Super Bowl trophy to show for the beer going this time around —along with a new, even higher price per ounce!

The Bengals clocked in at a league-leading 36 cents per ounce back in 2015. In 2018 they edge up to 42 cents, in a tie with six other teams. Those joining them include the Falcons, who are rewarding fans with cheap craft beer, and the Cardinals, who slid all the way down from third most expensive to tied for least expensive. Hopefully that takes the sting out of what’s shaping up to be an awful year for Arizona fans.

We can’t say the same for their fellow NFC West bottom dwellers, the 49ers, whose fans are paying the second-most per ounce in a three-way-tie. Among the teams tied for third most expensive you’ll find: the Chargers (not that anyone is showing up to buy beer anyway), the Redskins (only third most expensive?), the Rams (enjoy the good times while they last), and co-tenants the Giants and the Jets (not like Odell Beckham Jr. is a fan of water(y beer) anyway).

The Price Of A Beer At Every NFL Football Stadium In 2018