TCU will offer expanded beer sales at Amon G. Carter Stadium this season, as fans will be able to purchase the beverage throughout the facility.
In prior seasons, alcohol sales at Amon G. Carter Stadium have been limited to the facility’s club and suite areas. That will change this coming season, however, as TCU athletic director Jeremiah Donati announced Tuesday that beer sales will now take place throughout the stadium.
The countdown rolls on‼️ Today I am excited to announce we will now make beer available for purchase to the public throughout the stadium. We look forward to seeing @MillerCoors and @sodexoUSA deliver a great experience for our fans❗️🍻🐸🏈 #GoFrogs #CountdownToKickoff pic.twitter.com/CaPrbb0KnB
— Jeremiah Donati (@JDonati_TCU) August 6, 2019
With this change, TCU will join a growing number of Big 12 schools that have expanded beer sales in recent years. More from the Fort Worth-Star Telegram:
TCU will have about eight different beer selections available (all Miller Coors brands), including hard seltzer. Beers will cost $7, and be available for purchase at all concession stands.
The stadium will sell beer when gates open two hours before kickoff until the start of the fourth quarter.
Previously, alcohol had only been permitted in suites and premier-ticket areas at TCU games.
Schools across the country are looking at ways to improve fan experience, and providing beer in the stadium is something that appeals to a number of college football fans. Other Big 12 schools that sell beer include Texas, Texas Tech, Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and West Virginia.
The new policy will go into effect with TCU’s 2019 home opener opener against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on August 31.
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