Gophers fans could buy beer in the stadium's 37 suites and at a beer garden, if a bill makes it through the Legislature and the university's regents approve the plan.
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The omnibus liquor bill includes a provision to allow beer sales in suites and a beer garden. Even if the full Legislature passes a bill to allow liquor sales at the U stadium, the school's Board of Regents would still have to approve it.
House OKs alcohol sales at Gophers football stadium
Representatives passed a bill Friday that allows beer to be sold at the University of Minnesota's on-campus TCF Bank Stadium. Alcohol sales would be limited to luxury suites and a designated beer garden. A similar measure passed the Senate earlier this week. The plan still needs approval from Gov. Mark Dayton and the university’s Board of Regents.
TCF Stadium braces for first alcohol sales
University officials are carefully preparing for the first alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota on Saturday. Fans at the football team's home opener will be able to buy beer and wine – only two drinks at a time – and take the beverages back to their seats. University regents in July approved a two-year trial of alcohol sales at games.
Bill allowing beer sales at U of M stadium goes to governor
Lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a measure permitting beer sales at TCF Bank Stadium. Supporters expect the university will create a beer garden at the open end of the football stadium. The bill requires that at least one Minnesota-brewed beer be available. A spokeswoman says Governor Dayton plans to sign the measure.
U of M board to vote on beer, wine sales at TCF Bank Stadium
The University of Minnesota's Board of Regents is expected to vote this week on a resolution to allow "beer or beer and wine sales" in the premium-seating section of TCF Bank Stadium and in a single "beer garden" during Gopher home football games. The vote is expected to wrap up years of debate about whether and where alcohol ought to be sold.
U of M approves limited beer, wine sales at TCF Bank Stadium
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents has approved the gameday sale of beer and wine in its TCF Bank Stadium. Beer will be allowed in premium seating as well as in a marked-off section of the west-end plaza of the stadium for general seating. It will only be sold one hour before kickoff until the end of halftime.
Bill allowing beer to be sold at TCF Bank stadium signed into law
Gov. Mark Dayton signed the measure Friday to let the University move forward with a plan to offer Gopher football fans alcoholic beverages this fall. U of M officials have supported the agreement.
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